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Philippine Coin Registry

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OK, all I need is a decent 1936 Quezon-Murphy 50 centavos to complete my Philippine territorial/commonwealth type set.

 

When will the Philippine set registry be up so I can list all the coins? grin.gif

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Those beautiful Norse semi-coins were at least issued in this country. Them Philippines coins were over seas where all foreign coins belong.

 

BTW, I hear the Texas quarter will have a flower and an apology to the Mexicans. shocked.gif

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Those beautiful Norse semi-coins were at least issued in this country. Them Philippines coins were over seas where all foreign coins belong.

 

Except those ones that you keep talking about in the World Coin Forum, you Dark Sider you.

 

BTW, I hear the Texas quarter will have a flower and an apology to the Mexicans

 

I hear the California quarter will have some feminist on the reverse and a message about our environment by Greenpeace.

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GREG- I still own that FA02 PCGS Philippine coin you sent me. Maybe I could start a Registry with it?

 

I totally got screwed on that submission. I bought that coin from an ANA/PNG dealer that called it Gem BU in a full page Coin World ad. Who would have thought that they would lie to me like that. mad.gif

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Except those ones that you keep talking about in the World Coin Forum, you Dark Sider you.

 

I love foreign coins. I own many. I keep adding to my collection weekly.

 

 

I hear the California quarter will have some feminist on the reverse and a message about our environment by Greenpeac

 

This is totally false. It will have Grey Davis talking to the Indians and saying "Unless you want us to regulate your casinos, you better make another donation to my campaign".

 

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NGC has no plans at the present time to create registry sets for the USA/Philippines series. If that time comes, the so-called Wilson Dollars will not be included, except as non-competitive displays. As your message suggests, these are medals and not coins.

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I reread my message, and it doesn't seem angry. It certainly wasn't intended to be. I actually like the USA/Philippine series, having been a collector of both the coins and notes for nearly twenty years.

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We need to plea

to the powers that be

at NGC

that we

want a registry

for our coins of P

S, M, and D

to be displayed for all to see.

 

That's about it for my Philippine set registry rap. tongue.gif

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How else will I bring attention to the discrimination faced by collectors of Philippine coins than by publishing shock rap?

 

You're right. Now that I reread David Lange's post, not only is he angry, but the anti-Philippines coin discrimination just oozes from his post. Clearly he is a hater of Philippines coins. I'm sure he'll come back here thinking we are insane and he'll probably try to refute our claims by telling us some fanciful story, like his Philippines coins are featured in the Redbook or something like that, but we know the truth.

 

NGC hates Philippines coins. mad.gif

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A simple apology, or even an appearance of PCET (Philippine Coin Entertainment TV), will not suffice to clease NGC from its discriminatory ways. I demand that all NGC management step down and that NGC institute programs to promote anti-discrimination education in numismatics.

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Did you also notice that NGC's slabs are WHITE and not slabs of color?

 

Yes. They used to be black and now they are white. Makes you wonder.

 

Also, NGC just hired Rick Montgomery. He is not from the Philippines. Hummm

 

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Perhaps we can force them to hire a Filipino or Filipina numismatist to reflect their new commitment to diversity. They need to reinstitute black slabs and introduce yellow, red, and brown slabs for a rainbow plastic coalition.

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I just returned from 2 weeks in the Philippines. I brought 2 nice 1945 Denver mint 20 and 50 centavos coins as well as a bunch of other stuff. I will be assembling a date/mm set of these coins. However they will be circulated and uncertified. So I have no intention of doing a registry set.

 

My uncle in law gave me a bunch of coins, I practically had to force him to take 20 (US) bucks for them. Someone else wanted to sell me total junk for 250 pesos ($5) each! They thought the dirtier the coins were the more I would like them smile.gif

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