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    1962 US Mint Proof Set

    Sales of US Mint Proof Sets were gradually trending upward since their introduction in 1936. In 1957, sales surpassed the 1 million mark for the first time, and in 1961, sales zoomed past the 3 million mark! Sales of the 1962 US Mint Proof Set reached 3,218,019 sets, setting the all-time high to date. Due to this success, the Mint set a limit of no more than 10 sets per order, in an attempt to curb collectors from buying for speculative purposes.... Read More

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    2018 US Mint Proof Set

    Looking to kickstart your coin collection? Or maybe add to your existing collection? US Mint Proof Sets are a simple and cost-effective way to accomplish that. The 10 coins in the Set are high-quality US Mint Proof coins with frosted, sculpted foregrounds and sharp relief, mirror-like backgrounds. The face value of the 2018 Proof Set is $2.91 and its original issue price was $26.95. They are minted in the San Francisco mint and have an S mint mar... Read More

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    1976 US Mint Proof Set

    The US Mint sold 4,149,730 of the 1976 Proof Sets, making it the most popular Proof Set, even to this day. The peaked interest in the set was undoubtedly due to people wanting to have a collectible piece from this important year. It was still a 6 coin set, with every coin in the set - except the Lincoln Cent – being a Proof-only issue. The mirror-like Proof finish on the coins enhances their beauty. This set was made by the US Mint in San Franc... Read More

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    1980 US Mint Proof Set

    The 1980 US Mint Proof Set includes the second year of the Susan B. Anthony Dollar, along with the five other regular coins. This was the first time that a woman had appeared on a circulating coin. The Mint sold 3,554,806 of the 1980 Proof Sets, down slightly from the previous year. While the number of coins and the face value of the coins in this set remained the same, the US Mint increased the price from $9.00 to $10.00. The Proof coins were in... Read More

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    1981 US Mint Proof Set

    The 1981 US Mint Proof Set includes the final year of the Susan B. Anthony Dollar. The Anthony Dollar was unpopular in circulation, thus, in 1981, the Mint produced it only for issue in Proof Sets and Mint Sets. The Mint sold 4,063,083 of the 1981 Proof Sets, which is second only to the 1976 Bicentennial Proof Set in sales. This was the last year of 6 coins in Proof Sets until 1999. The price of the Proof Set increased from $10.00 to $11.00 in 19... Read More

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    1982 US Mint Proof Set

    The 1982 US Mint Proof Set reverted back to a set of 5 coins with the discontinuation of the Anthony Dollar. In its location in the packaging was placed a Proof Treasure Token. Even though the face value of the Proof Set dropped from $1.91 to $0.91, the original issue price remained at $11.00. In spite of this, the Mint still sold 3,857,479 of the 1982 Proof Sets, which was a minimal decrease from 1981 Proof Set sales. All coins in the Set were i... Read More

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    1987 US Mint Proof Set

    The 1987 US Mint Proof Set experienced the third highest sales of any Proof Set during the 1980’s, with sales of 3,792,233 sets. The main reason for this increased Proof Set demand was that no new Kennedy Half Dollars were released into circulation - they were only available in Proof Sets and Mint Sets. The 1987 Proof Set continued as a 5 coin set with a face value of $0.91. With all of the minting technology improvements being made, deep cameo... Read More

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    1989 US Mint Proof Set

    Sales of the 1989 US Mint Proof Set reached 3,009,107 sets, making it the eighth year in the 1980’s where Proof Set sales exceeded 3 million sets. This demonstrated the ongoing strong interest in coin collecting. The 1989 Proof Set continued the 5 coin set, with a face value of $0.91 and an original issue price of $11.00. Deep cameo finishes are found on nearly all coins in the set and are frequently found in high grades. The US Mint in San Fra... Read More

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    1985 US Mint Proof Set

    The US Mint sold 3,362,821 of the 1985 Proof Sets. This was an increase of more than 614,000 over the sales of 1984 Proof Sets. There were no significant changes to the Proof Sets from 1984 to 1985 to have triggered this increase in sales, so it is presumed to be the result of the lack of a Prestige Set offering for 1985. The 1985 Proof Set remained a 5 coin set with a face value of $0.91. Nearly all coins in the Set will be found with deep cameo... Read More

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    1978 US Mint Proof Set

    The US Mint sold 3,127,781 of the 1978 Proof Sets. This was the last year that the set contained the Eisenhower Dollar, which was the last full-sized Dollar produced by the US Mint. It is still a 6 coin set, and nearly all of the coins will have deep cameo finishes. Some of the 1978 Proof coins received perfect grades of PR70 or PF70 from PCGS or NGC. This set was made by the US Mint in San Francisco. Right now, these 1978 US Mint Proof Sets are ... Read More

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    1974 US Mint Proof Set

    The popularity of Proof Sets continued in 1974, selling 2,612,568 sets, which was slightly fewer than in 1973. They continue to be a 6 coin set, with the inclusion - once again - of the copper-nickel clad version of the Eisenhower Dollar. Every coin in the set, except the Lincoln Cent, is a Proof-only issue. The Proof finish on the coins enhances their beauty. This set was made by the US Mint in San Francisco. Currently, this 1974 US Mint Proof S... Read More

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    1961 US Mint Proof Set

    For decades, the United States Mint has issued proof sets to coin collectors who love the designs of American coins. The 1961 US Mint Proof Set offered up coins from existing circulation that year, but with images that were struck in proof. Known as Envelope Sets, these coins were packaged in sealed plastic with envelopes housing the coins that identified the mint that issued the coins. Right now, 1961 US Mint Proof  Sets are available to purcha... Read More

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    1964 US Mint Proof Set

    The new John F. Kennedy Half Dollar, in honor of the late President, was introduced in this 1964 Proof Set. Initial sales for this Proof Set skyrocketed, causing the mint to halt orders for them on January 11, 1964. The Mint resumed taking orders for the Proof Set but had to limit the number of sets a given buyer could purchase. Each coin is struck in brilliant proof, resulting in coins that are visually beautiful. This is also the last year that... Read More

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    Proof Sets from the US Mint

    In addition to the multitude of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium coins issued by the United States Mint, it produces other collectible sets for coin enthusiasts. These sets often feature the circulation coin designs of the United States struck with greater attention to detail and, in some cases, offered with silver content. However, there are sets offered each year that simply celebrate the beautiful designs of American currency.

    What is a Proof Set?

    A proof set issued by the United States Mint is simply a collection of coins that features designs struck with proof visuals. In this case, the coins have higher relief on the design strike, a frosted finish to the design element, and a mirror-like background field that helps create visual contrast between a design and the field of the coin.

    What Types of Proof Sets are Available?

    The United States Mint issues a wide range of commemorative and proof coin sets. One of the most common is simply known as the US Mint Proof Set. This set features the circulating denominations annually produced by the US Mint, but with beautiful proof visuals. The typical US Mint Proof Set features the following circulating coins:

    • Lincoln Penny
    • Jefferson Nickel
    • Roosevelt Dime
    • Washington Quarter
    • Kennedy Half Dollar
    • Sacagawea Dollar

    The coins in this set have no precious metal content. Instead, the coins are struck on the traditional blanks using the metallic alloy preferred for circulation use. This includes the following compositions for each coin:

    • Penny – 2.5% copper and the balance Zinc
    • Nickel – 25% nickel and the balance copper
    • Dime/Quarter/Half Dollar – 8.33% nickel and the balance copper
    • Dollar – 6% Zinc, 3.5% Manganese, 2% Nickel, and the balance copper

    Purchase Proof Sets online at JM Bullion

    If you’re interested in purchasing US Mint Proof Sets, JM Bullion has options available. We are available to assist you on the phone at 800-276-6508. Additionally, you can chat with us live online or send us an email. For fast answers to payment-related questions, please don’t hesitate to view our Payment Methods page.