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Got two official mint sets a month ago. The first set are my scans of the U.S. Silver Proof Set and the second is a picture I took off the official government site of the U.S. Mint Set because the new packaging is almost impossible to scan.
I included a scan of the box the presidential proof dollars came in because it was such a nice looking box. The silver in these coins are only in the quarters, dime, and half dollar. All of them contain the S mint mark for San Francisco.
The mint sets are just normally struck coins that have not been placed into circulation. The new part is the vinyl like package that attaches the coins information to the coin. It makes it hard to display them and harder to lay flat. Hopefully a better package will be used in the future.
The is one mint set from Denver that has the D mintmark on each coin while the other is from Philadelphia and contains the P mint mark for all the coins except for the one cent because that one never carries the P mintmark.
14 coins for the first Proof set and 28 coins in the mint set but since I got it from the mint directly shipping and handling was a flat $4.95.
Here are the stats...
Type/Country: Silver Proof Set/United States
Metal: Normal proof type except for the quarters, dimes & halves.
Value: $55.00 in box($10.00 increase since 2007)
Type/Country: Mint Set/United States
Year: 2007-D, 2007-P
Metal: Normal circulation type.
Value: $28.00 in box($6.00 increase since 2007)
Not to influence anyone but they do make a nice gift. Even if the person already has them it is like giving money...you know what I mean. They can usually be sold for a nice profit if you are in need of some quick cash.
Do you have a mint or 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.