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What is Collection Manager?

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The Collection Manager allows collectors to maintain records of all the coins in their collections – including US, world and ancient coins, as well as certified and raw coins. In addition to keeping track of coins they currently own, collectors can store information about coins that they want to buy and coins they have already sold or traded. Current market values are automatically displayed for all US coins tracked in the Collection Manager.

Collection Manager is integrated with the NGC Registry. Users may select coins from their Collection Manager to include in NGC Competitive Registry Sets or Custom Sets which users may choose to keep private, visible only to them. These private sets allow collectors to group coins to keep their collection organized, and unlike public sets, they can contain raw coins and coins graded by any company. 

Information tracked in the Collection Manager is visible only to the owner of a particular coin when logged-in to the Collectors Society and coins are never displayed publicly unless they are added to a Registry Set that is publicly visible.

Collection Manager also features a reporting module which allows collectors to generate various inventory reports, financial performance reports, and want-list reports. The reports are pre-formatted and can be filtered by date range, by coins with a specific status (owned, sold, traded or wanted) or by coins within a specific Competitive or Custom Set. Additionally, all reports can be exported to a PDF file, Excel spreadsheet or other popular file types.

Collection Manager is completely free to use, and requires only a free NGC Collectors Society account for access. NGC recommends that members using Internet Explorer 7 and earlier versions upgrade for a better site experience. Users of current versions of Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera browsers should not encounter any issues.




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