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Grade Deleted?

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I have been importing all of my NGC certified coins to Collection Manager and building micro sets and came across something I have never seen before.




What does "grade deleted" mean?


This 1895-S Australian Sovereign was in a badly scuffed PCGS MS-62 holder which I cracked out and submitted to NGC years ago.


NGC called it MS-61.


Collection Manager flagged it as a problem coin and I did a certification # look up.


Who would like to shed a little light on this? :whistle:

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One more if you please.


When I try and add a MS67 1938-D Buffalo to a set I get this message...


"Coin ID not found for certification number. Your request has been added to an admin queue, and you will be contacted."


NGC Certification # is 206491-012. This is in an ancient holder that has seen it's share of coin shows and the coin is begging for a new Edgeholder.


I believe I imported over 120 NGC and PCGS coins into Collection Manager and had only two rejects. That about a 99.9% success rate.


And it's quite possible that I made an error when I typed 206491-012 into my spreadsheet. Either that or it's registered to another person.


Congratulations on 99.9% perfection with the new software and thanks for your help Scott!

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