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Why do some coins have a registry value of 1?

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Coins may have a value of one point for two reasons. First, the coin may not exist, such as 1846-D $5 in MS70. Second, we made a coin eligible for a slot, but have not yet scored it. If a coin has been scored, its minimum point value should be 3.


There are over 400,000 individual scores in the Registry and these are updated periodically. Because of their large number, not every eligible item has been scored. If ever you enter a coin into a Regsitry Set and it shows a point value of 1, please use the contact form to have your coin scored:


Collectors' Society Contact Form


We try to address "1 point" scoring issues within 48 hours, whenever possible.

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