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By popular request, the following series now have one-per-year sets:

 

Lincoln Cents 1909-33

Buffalo Nickels 1913-38

Barber Dimes 1892-1916

Mercury Dimes 1916-45

Barber Quarters 1892-1916

Standing Liberty Quarters 1916-30

Barber Halves 1892-1915

Walking Liberty Halves 1916-47

 

Also added is short set for Type 3 Standing Liberty Quarters 1925-30.

 

Finally, the Year Sets have been extended back to 1892.

 

This should keep y'all busy for awhile.

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Dave,

 

I would like to thank you and all the other fine people at NGC for the effort to add more sets to the registry. There is however a problem with the one-per-year buffalo set. When I tried to use the auto build the best-set feature, it added my 1925 coin to both the 1925 & 1926 slot. I tried to change the 1926 slot to the correct coin, but it seems that it will only accept the 1925 coin.

 

The cert# for the 1925 is 9906584, and it is listed in both the 1925 & 1926 slots at this time. The cert# for the 1926 is 2740342.

 

Thanks

 

John Wihlborg

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Dave,

 

I would like to thank you and all the other fine people at NGC for the effort to add more sets to the registry. There is however a problem with the one-per-year buffalo set. When I tried to use the auto build the best-set feature, it added my 1925 coin to both the 1925 & 1926 slot. I tried to change the 1926 slot to the correct coin, but it seems that it will only accept the 1925 coin.

 

The cert# for the 1925 is 9906584, and it is listed in both the 1925 & 1926 slots at this time. The cert# for the 1926 is 2740342.

 

Thanks

 

John Wihlborg

 

The slot has been corrected. Thanks very much for bringing it to our attention smile.gif

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Thanks Dena!

 

I hate to be a pain, but there is another problem that has been happening lately. Last week I updated my buffalo set and lost the photos & descriptions for two coins that had been in the set for some time already. Now today when I updated the new one per year buffalo set I lost another photo & description. There seems to something very wrong with the update function.

 

Are these descriptions lost for good? This would be quite a problem if every time you update a set, you lose descriptions and have to rewrite them.

 

Thanks

 

John

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John,

 

Contrary to Arch's assertion (in another thread in this forum), the real problem is that you disagree with the judgement of the fancy, uber-cool AI module within this system. That module is actually trying to reject the loser coins from its system.

 

Sorry if the truth hurts...

 

EVP

 

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EVP,

 

You make a good point. 893scratchchin-thumb.gif I do happen to disagree on a couple of issues with the fancy, uber-cool AI module that seems to be running things from within the registry these days

 

However, I see a flaw in your theory. IF the fancy, uber-cool AI module was really trying to reject the loser coins from its system it would have deleted all my sets a long time ago. smirk.gif

 

893naughty-thumb.gif No, I think the inner workings of the fancy, uber-cool AI module are much more insidious than that. 893whatthe.gif

 

I think the true goal of the fancy, uber-cool AI module is to cause as much frustration frustrated.gifand aggravation Christo_pull_hair.gif as possible when trying to use the registry so that crazed coin collectors insane.gif like Hoot and I will keep Arch and Dena so busy working on our constant whining that they will not have the time to track down, corner, and kill the fancy, uber-cool AI module. confused-smiley-013.gif

 

So you see it’s really just all about self preservation. grin.gif

 

John

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EVP,

 

You make a good point. 893scratchchin-thumb.gif I do happen to disagree on a couple of issues with the fancy, uber-cool AI module that seems to be running things from within the registry these days

 

However, I see a flaw in your theory. IF the fancy, uber-cool AI module was really trying to reject the loser coins from its system it would have deleted all my sets a long time ago. smirk.gif

 

893naughty-thumb.gif No, I think the inner workings of the fancy, uber-cool AI module are much more insidious than that. 893whatthe.gif

 

I think the true goal of the fancy, uber-cool AI module is to cause as much frustration frustrated.gifand aggravation Christo_pull_hair.gif as possible when trying to use the registry so that crazed coin collectors insane.gif like Hoot and I will keep Arch and Dena so busy working on our constant whining that they will not have the time to track down, corner, and kill the fancy, uber-cool AI module. confused-smiley-013.gif

 

So you see it’s really just all about self preservation. grin.gif

 

John

 

Yeah! What John said! yeahok.gif

 

27_laughing.gif

 

Hoot grin.gifinsane.gif

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