Musings about registry sets
I spent way too much time this morning looking at some of the registry sets listed in the PCGS and NGC registries. It's really a fun thing to do, some sets are SO well curated...others are not.
I saw an individual with well over 700 active sets. Most are sparsely populated. That seems odd to me. For what reasons would you want to pursue that many sets? Seems like an impossible task on any budget.
I've seen a number of participants with 500+ sets. I'm sure there are others that have even more. Most people are working with less than fifty sets, a handful of them being actively worked on. This makes sense to me.
Why have hundreds of sets? Can anyone actually do anything significant with that kind of shotgun attempt?
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