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how do I find Census summaries for individual coins

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I have a 1882 O GSA soft pack and am trying to find the census for that coin in the soft pack in that grade and how many are higher.


I know if I have a NGC certified soft pack I get to see the value and the census of the coin, as I did for my 1882 O GSA soft pack in MS 63 but how do I find that info on coins I don't own or haven't sent in yet or am about to bid on?

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Census here: https://www.ngccoin.com/census/united-states/dollars/49/varieties/17136/

Pricing here. https://www.ngccoin.com/price-guide/united-states/dollars/49/varieties/17136/ 

Take both with a grain of salt and a good stiff drink to wash them down with. ;) 

Edit: Recently sold coins at auction are the best gauge of value, but even those can be skewed due to several factors. Stack's Bowers and Heritage Auctions are probably the best two sites to look at sold coins.

Edited by Fenntucky Mike
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Thank you


The price guides are definitely all over the place,  some say $30 or $32 for a softpack in some of the years, that is below what dealers are getting for bullion coins and others are way out of sight

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