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Ancient coin population reports

Is there a way to get population reports for ancient roman denarius? I have one in my collection, and I would love to see how many graded examples of these exist.
Thank you

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  • SapyxSapyx Posts: 1,960 ✭✭✭✭✭

    It seems the answer is "no".

    PCGS still officially "doesn't do ancients"; the few ancients they have done aren't in the pop reports.

    NGC has an ancients division, but doesn't seem to have a pop report associated with it.

    ANACS also only does Ancients rarely; if they include them in the pop reports, I can't tell because ANACs pop reports are member-only access.

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  • RexfordRexford Posts: 1,113 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Yes, go to a Heritage listing of the type and scroll down the page to see the NGC census.

  • @Rexford said:
    Yes, go to a Heritage listing of the type and scroll down the page to see the NGC census.

    Thank you so much! I was able to get the population information for the one I was looking for.

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  • scubafuelscubafuel Posts: 1,716 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited September 1, 2023 4:54PM

    That is a good trick @Rexford it’s strange to me that NGC would allow HA api to access that data but not add it to the public facing census.

  • BailathaclBailathacl Posts: 1,009 ✭✭✭

    NGC and Heritage enjoy a somewhat symbiotic relationship, one could say.

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  • SapyxSapyx Posts: 1,960 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Ah. No wonder I couldn't find it, it's only visible to Heritage members.

    Odd, but okay.

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