Legend of Common Terms Used in EzCoin & Numismatics
Some of the most commonly used terms in EzCoin & Numismatics (the study of coin collecting) are explained below.
• C Qty: Coin Qty: This refers to the # of coins that make up the particular entry in EzCoin. For example, a set of coins that was issued as one unit (ie a proof set), could contain 7 coins in the set. By setting the C Qty to 7, EzCoin can accurately calculate the total # of physical coins in your collection. EzCoin has the set qty’s built in & will auto fill the CQty for you.
• Grades (AU, MS, PF, SP, UNC, BU): These are acronyms for common grade designations ( AU: About Uncirculated, MS: Mint State, PF: Proof, UNC: Uncirculated, BU: Brilliant Uncirculated . An excellent reference guide is available here Coin Grading Defined or here PCGS Coin Grades