Thursday, August 09, 2007

2007 Proof Set

Do you have any proof coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

One of the few coins I purchase on a regular basis is the official United States government issued sets. On July 19 I ordered the 14 coin Proof set and I got it today August 9. The issue price is $26.95 plus $4.95 in shipping and handling. While I can't afford more right know I always suggest to new collectors to get more than one set if you can s/h is always $4.95 no matter how many you order.

I tend to over scrutinize the coins and noticed that the dime has gr
ease on the front and a minor die break on the back. One of the quarters has a dent. Overall the quality is not perfect but this is normal for the mint in recent years. That is why I recommend buying more.

Here's the stats...
Type/Country: Proof Set/United States
Year: 2007-S
Mintage: 1,702,116
Metal: Normal circulation type.
Value: $38.00 in box($11.00 increase since 2008)

Here is what comes in the brown box, the three coin sets, two boxes for the coins, two Certificate of Authenticity, a sleeve for the boxes, an explanation of the change from 10 to 14 coins, an offer for more coins, and the invoice. All delivered by the post office.

Do you have any proof set and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

7 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

My Blog said...

I love Peace Dollars equally as well as Morgan Dollars. I've looked into some of the '21's. We'll see what the budget has in store for me. I'm not planning another big purchase for a few months.

Chrys said...

cool collection!

StrHwk said...

Cool site, thanks for posting on mine.

Man said...

Thanks I just try to collect what I like.

Chrys said...

Hey do you know anything about Panama coins! My coin book seems to have the old ones only in it. I searched in the internet and I got some information but I am not sure if the infos are still relevant or even current. Thanks in advance.

Man said...

My book has the
1 centesimo 2001
5 centesimos 2001
1/10 balboa 2001
25 centemisos 2003
1/4 balboa 2001
1/2 balboa 2001
1 balboa 2004

From what I understand they get their coins from the Royal Canadian Mint and have ordered any since 2004. If they started to produce their own I have not seen any.

Anonymous said...

thanks man! I have not heard from the person I asked to get me some Panama coins! I may have to do more research on that! Getting curious.