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U.S. Proof Sets and Mint Sets Values & Prices

What is the Value and Price of My U.S. Mint Issued Proof and Mint Sets?

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Many tens of millions of proof sets and mint sets were sold by the U.S. Mint directly to customers. You can buy the current sets directly from the U.S. Mint and you can buy and sell all sets from your local coin dealer. These guides will tell you what you can expect a dealer to pay you for your sets and what is a fair price if you want to buy one.

Modern U.S. Proof Set Values

2011 United States Mint Silver Proof Set (Item Number: SV4)
Image Courtesy of: The United States Mint, www.usmint.gov
This guide will give you an idea of how much your proof set issued by the U.S. Mint, made from 1936 through today, is worth (what you can expect a dealer to pay you). The table lists average coin values based upon current market conditions. Additionally, key dates, rarities and varieties are indicated.

United States Proof Set Prices

1992 United States Mint Proof Set
(c) 2012 James Bucki
This article will tell you the average price (what you can expect to pay to a dealer) for you to purchase a particular United States Proof Set minted between 1936 and today. The chart includes the date and type of proof set followed by the original issue price that the Mint charged customers when they were first issued, the average retail price coin dealers are charging their customers and the amount of increase (or decrease) over the original issue price.

Modern U.S. Uncirculated Mint Set Coin Values

1961 US Mint Set Issued by the United States Mint.
(c) 2012 James Bucki
This guide will give you an idea of how much your uncirculated U.S. Mint Sets made from 1947 through today, are worth. The table provides average coin values based upon current market conditions. Key dates and rarities are listed.

United States Uncirculated Mint Set Prices

2012 United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set (U12)
Image Courtesy of: The United States Mint, www.usmint.gov
This guide lists average prices that you would expect to pay to a coin dealer to acquire a U.S. Mint uncirculated mint set that was produced between 1947 and today. Information listed in the table includes the date and type of the mint set, the original issue price that the mint charged when they were first issued, the average retail price coin dealers are charging their customers and the amount of increase (or decrease) over the original issue price.

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