Mint Set

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Mint Set

In numismatics, a set of coins consisting of one coin in each denomination produced by a given mint. For example, a U.S. mint may make a mint set of a penny, a nickel, a dime, a quarter, a 50-cent piece, and a dollar coin. The coins in a mint set are usually in mint condition. These sets generally are bought by collectors and the coins do not circulate.
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While it's made for the avid professional, beginners will find it accessible also, with its discussions of coin grades, mint sets, coins to Hawaii and other territories, and errors.
Bullion gold, silver, platinum, certified coins, proof and mint sets will be available.
It details coin specifications, mintages, values, and other information, organized by every coin type made by the US Mint, from copper half cents to gold double eagles, and including classic commemoratives, Proof and Mint sets, and bullion.
Even if you're not an investor in gold bullion, this auction session includes mint sets and type coins, so there will be something for every level of coin enthusiast.
Mint publication, which enabled him to buy proof sets and mint sets each year.
Mint sets will sell for around pounds 500 at auction.
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E[acute accent]August 25th will feature items such as $1 gold coins, Graded Carson City Silver Dollars, Morgan Dollars, Peace Dollars, Capped Bust pieces, Mercury Dimes, Seated Dimes, Walking Liberties, Buffalo Nickels, Lincoln Pennies, Indian Head Pennies, Fractional Currency, Large Notes, Star Notes, Silver Certificates and Proof and Mint Sets.