How Do I Create a New Signature PMG Registry Set?
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1) Log in to Collectors Society

    Upon logging in you will be at your Control Panel where your existing sets are displayed in the bottom portion of the screen.

 

2) Scroll down to the bottom of your screen and click on "ADD NEW SET." 

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3) Click on "CREATE A SIGNATURE SET" tab.

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4) Select a Category from the drop-down category list or choose ‘Other’ if none apply.

 

5) Enter a Signature Set Name, and then, if you wish, a set theme and personal comments.

 

6) Enter the Number of Slots* (or rows) you wish to include in the set, check the box if you would like to include comments on each slot.

    * This is not necessarily the number of notes you have to add to this set today, but rather it is the number of notes you intend to have in the set.

       In other words, you can create a slot today and add a note to the slot at a later date.

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7) Click "SAVE & CONTINUE TO EDIT SLOTS."

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8) Enter a slot name for each note - basic note detail; usually date, denomination and grade.

9) Enter a Slot Comment, if you wish, perhaps details about how/when the note was acquired, historical information or statistics like population, mintage, etc.

10) Enter your certification number in each box provided.

 

11) Click ‘SAVE AND CONTINUE TO EDIT NOTES."

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12) On the next page, you will be prompted to add further information for notes that could not be automatically verified. Provide the required information and click "SAVE."

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On this page you can add photos for your notes by clicking Browse to search your computer for photos and click "SAVE" when you are finished. You are permitted to upload two photos per note. Each photo must not exceed 120k.

Also on this page, you have the opportunity to provide further comments about the notes in your set. Enter further details in the 'Personal Note Comments' area and click "SAVE."

 

 

Edited by Ali E.

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