Currency Apps: NGC or PCGS ?

Discussion in 'Paper Money' started by GoldFinger1969, Feb 1, 2023.

  1. GoldFinger1969

    GoldFinger1969 Supporter! Supporter

    I just started entering my coins into the NGC and PCGS Apps.

    Do those work for currency (I'm more into inventory management than registry reasons) ? Or are their other non-TPG apps I should consider ?
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  3. Lon Chaney

    Lon Chaney Well-Known Member

    Found this thread when searching for the same question. I'm looking for a way to track my meager graded currency collection.
    The NGC set registry is good because I can track NGC and PCGS coins. Is there anything like that for currency?
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  4. OldDogEyes

    OldDogEyes Full of a lot of hot air.

    I am not aware of anything. I created a Google Sheets spreadsheet for that purpose and it has worked great. Now I can pull up all the details of my collection from anywhere that my phone can connect to the internet. (Cited from:
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  5. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector

    I created a database using Excel spreadsheet and put all the info in it.
    My currency collection is limited to small size US $1 bills starting with the 1928 series through the end of the 1969-D series.
    Most of the Federal Reserve Notes (1963 through 1969-D) are ungraded and in CU.
    Most of the earlier notes are graded (1928 through 1957-B) are graded.

    My source guides are:
    -- Collector's Guide to Modern Federal Reserve Notes/Series 1963-2009 by Robert Azpiazu.
    -- Standard Guide to Small-Sized U.S Paper Money/1928 to Date/10th Edition by John Schwartz and Scott Lindquist.
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  6. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    I just use Microsoft Excel. Works great!
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  7. Lon Chaney

    Lon Chaney Well-Known Member

    I like excel. But it would be nice to have a price guide (a la PCGS Coinfacts) that updates regularly.
  8. Lon Chaney

    Lon Chaney Well-Known Member

    Well I have been using CoinManage, and I discovered they have a paper money version called CurrencyManage. Found what I was looking for!
    It seems like it's a version or two behind CoinManage, but it does the trick.
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