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Crossovers by JAA USA/Philippines Collection

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My Collectors Society coupon for last year's renewal has been sitting unused in a desk drawer for almost a year now. With the coupon expiration date fast approaching I figured that it was high time that I stopped procrastinating and sent in my five free submissions. After much deliberation I decided to use the coupon to cross-over five of my PCGS certified USA-Philippines coins.


The coins that I am submitting for cross-over are:

1) 1906 Five Centavos, PR 65 (1676 Registry Points)

2) 1908 Fifty Centavos, PR64 (1163 Registry Points)

3) 1917-S Twenty Centavos, MS64 (833 Registry Points)

4) 1928-M Twenty Centavos MULE, AU55 (1490 Registry Points)

5) 1937-M Five Centavos, MS65 (709 Registry Points)


All of the coins are solid for their grade and should have no difficulty crossing over. The crossovers will bring some nice increases in my NGC only registry points.


Two of the crossovers, the 1908 Fifty Centavos PR64 and 1937-M Five Centavos MS65, will be used to upgrade my prize winning (2011 Best Presented Set) USA/Philippines Type Set.



The coin pictured is my 1908 Fifty Centavos, PR64 in its old green PCGS holder. I can't wait to see her dressed up in a new NGC Scratch-Resistant Edge View holder.



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Nice coins! I became a USA/Phillipines fan when I admired the deceased general Mel Stolls complete raw proof set he used to display at the Clearwater Coin Club show!

I see you were also abandoned by the end of the NGC of their PCGS foreign support.

Best of collecting!

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USA/Philippine coins are not considered World Coins. They are listed in both the NGC census and NGC Registry as U.S. coins. Since they are U.S. coins I can use both NGC and PCGS registered coins in my USA/Philippine Registry Sets. I am crossing over my PCGS coins because I prefer to have them in NGC holders.

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Best of luck on the crossovers. You may even get lucky with a rattler because some say they were undergraded, however don't be shocked if you don't get them all to crossover at the same grade.


I personally have not had the best luck crossing PCGS to NGC. I have about a 65% success rate at the same grade. I don't kno if it is just me or if that is the norm.


Beautiful coins!


Best Wishes-Bo

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