PCGS Set Registry SM Spotlight
Law Collection The Number One Finest Liberty Seated Half Dimes Collection, Circulation Strikes (1837-1873)
Varieties and 1870-S
This set is a new addition to the Set Registry this year. It is already 100% complete with an average grade of 65.03, so its selection as a Best New Set is not surprising. To garner a Best Classic Set in its first year of competition indicates how impressive this collection is in numismatics. The Half Dime series has languished in the background of numismatics, but the Set Registry is changing attitudes. There are many tough issues for this series and the Law collection is exceptional.
Current Standings in the Half Dimes category as of 8/05/08:
- United States Half Dimes Date Set, Circulation Strikes (1792-1873) - H/D Collector-1792-1873 Date Set
- Early Half Dimes Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1792-1837) - Jim's half dimes
- Early Half Dimes with Varieties, Circulation Strikes (1792-1837) - Jim's half dimes
- Capped Bust Half Dimes Basic Set, Circulation Strikes (1829-1837) - The Law Collection of Capped Bust Half Dimes
- Capped Bust Half Dimes with Varieties, Circulation Strikes (1829-1837) - The Law Collection of Capped Bust Half Dimes
PCGS Currency Set Registry Award Winners Announced!
We are proud to present you with the winners for the 2008 PCGS Set Registry Awards. Congratulations to all of this years' winning sets and collections. To view a list of the winners, please
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PCGS Set Registry Luncheon
For those who were unable to attend the PCGS Set Registry luncheon held on Friday, August 1st in Baltimore, an online video will be available in a few weeks. The program consisted of the award presentations, new features in the PCGS Price Guide presented by David Hall, and a discussion of copper coins by Stewart Blay, Steve Ellsworth, Dennis Loring, Andy Skrabalak, and Rick Snow. Check the
Set Registry News page for details.
Stewart Blay Interview Online
Recently, David Hall interviewed Stewart Blay about his collection. Stewart discusses coin collecting and gives a great deal of very valuable tips to new collectors just starting out.
Click here to view this highly informative interview online.
New set composites recently added to the Registry:
- 1946 Mint Set with Gold
- 1946 Mint Set
- 1946 Proof Set with Gold
- 1946 Proof Set
- 1945 Mint Set with Gold
- 1945 Mint Set
- 1945 Proof Set with Gold
- 1945 Proof Set
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Our Readers Ask
Is there such thing as a "Small S" and a "Large S" 1928-S Lincoln cent, and will PCGS recognize both of them?
Yes, there are indeed two different varieties for this date. The "Large S" Lincoln cent seems to be really scarce compared to the "Small S" variety. PCGS will recognize the 1928-S Lincoln cent with a "Large S" mint mark and list the appropriate Fivaz and Stanton designation on the PCGS label if submitted through the Variety Attribution Program. For the "Small S" variety, PCGS will not recognize it on the holder since it is the most prevalent variety.
Additionally, the PCGS Population Report will reflect the population figures for coins submitted under Variety Attribution. For a free preview click here. Once you are in the Lincoln cent series click on the plus (+) sign next to coin # 2591 or 2592 (1C 1928-S MSBN or RB) and the menu will drop down the most current population information for the 1928-S "Large S" Lincoln cent.
To learn more about Variety Attribution and find out which varieties PCGS will recognize, visit our Variety Attribution Listings at www.pcgs.com/varietyfaq.
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