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1968 US Mint Set - 10 pc 1969 US Mint Set ( 10 pc ) - OGP 1966 Special Mint US Mint Set ( 5 pc ) - OGP
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1968 US Mint Set 1969 US Mint Set 1966 Special Mint US Mint Sets
The United States Mint released the 1st official "Uncirculated" Mint set in 1947. It was introduced to give coin collectors the opportunity to acquire ALL denominations and mints that were released into circulation per year, per coinage issue. Unlike the Proof Sets, these are normal coins intended for circulation. The "Official" packaging is the United States Mint's stamp of authenticity as to the condition of the coins.

This 1968 United States Mint set is the 10th year of issue. It includes 10 coins, consisting of the nickel, dime, quarter struck at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints, the cent was struck at San Francisco, Philadelphia and Denver Mints with the half dollar struck only at the Denver Mint.

The 1968 set ranks #36 in mintage, with 2,105,128 struck.


Uncirculated sets sold by the US Mint from 1947 to 1958 contained two examples of each regular issue coin. These were packaged in cardboard holders that did not have a protective seal over the coins. Since 1959 the sets have been sealed in a protective plastic envelope. No official US Mint sets were issued in 1950, 1982 and 1983.
The United States Mint released the 1st official "Uncirculated" Mint set in 1947. It was introduced to give coin collectors the opportunity to acquire ALL denominations and mints that were released into circulation per year, per coinage issue. Unlike the Proof Sets, these are normal coins intended for circulation. The "Official" packaging is the United States Mint's stamp of authenticity as to the condition of the coins.

This 1969 United States Mint set is the 11th year of issue. It includes 10 coins, consisting of the nickel, dime, quarter struck at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints, the cent was struck at San Francisco, Philadelphia and Denver Mints with the half dollar struck only at the Denver Mint.

The 1969 set ranks #27 in mintage, with 1,817,392 struck.


Uncirculated sets sold by the US Mint from 1947 to 1958 contained two examples of each regular issue coin. These were packaged in cardboard holders that did not have a protective seal over the coins. Since 1959 the sets have been sealed in a protective plastic envelope. No official US Mint sets were issued in 1950, 1982 and 1983.
The United States Mint released the 1st official "Uncirculated" Mint set in 1947. It was introduced to give coin collectors the opportunity to acquire ALL denominations and mints that were released into circulation per year, per coinage issue. Unlike the Proof Sets, these are normal coins intended for circulation. The "Official" packaging is the United States Mint's stamp of authenticity as to the condition of the coins.

This 1966 United States Mint set is the 8th year of issue. In 1965 the U.S. Mint reorganized it's collectible coinage division. It moved its Proof Set manufacturing from the Philadelphia Mint to the fabled San Francisco Mint. Regular production was "re-opened" in 1968. Between 1965 and 1967 the U.S. Mint didn't create a Mint Set or Proof Set....instead it created a hybrid called the "Special Mint Set", aka: "SMS" for short. This SMS set includes a single Cent, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, and Half Dollar.

The 1966 SMS set ranks #39 in mintage, with 2,261,583 struck.


Uncirculated sets sold by the US Mint from 1947 to 1958 contained two examples of each regular issue coin. These were packaged in cardboard holders that did not have a protective seal over the coins. Since 1959 the sets have been sealed in a protective plastic envelope. No official US Mint sets were issued in 1950, 1982 and 1983.
1965 Special Mint US Mint Set ( 5 pc ) - OGP 1967 Special Mint US Mint Set ( 5 pc ) - OGP 1965-1967 Special Mint US Mint Set ( 15 pc ) - OGP
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1965 Special Mint US Mint Sets 1967 Special Mint US Mint Sets 1965-1967 Special Mint US Mint Sets
The United States Mint released the 1st official "Uncirculated" Mint set in 1947. It was introduced to give coin collectors the opportunity to acquire ALL denominations and mints that were released into circulation per year, per coinage issue. Unlike the Proof Sets, these are normal coins intended for circulation. The "Official" packaging is the United States Mint's stamp of authenticity as to the condition of the coins.

This 1965 United States Mint set is the 7th year of issue. In 1965 the U.S. Mint reorganized it's collectible coinage division. It moved its Proof Set manufacturing from the Philadelphia Mint to the fabled San Francisco Mint. Regular production was "re-opened" in 1968. Between 1965 and 1967 the U.S. Mint didn't create a Mint Set or Proof Set....instead it created a hybrid called the "Special Mint Set", aka: "SMS" for short. This SMS set includes a single Cent, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, and Half Dollar.

The 1965 SMS set ranks #40 in mintage, with 2,360,000 struck.


Uncirculated sets sold by the US Mint from 1947 to 1958 contained two examples of each regular issue coin. These were packaged in cardboard holders that did not have a protective seal over the coins. Since 1959 the sets have been sealed in a protective plastic envelope. No official US Mint sets were issued in 1950, 1982 and 1983.
The United States Mint released the 1st official "Uncirculated" Mint set in 1947. It was introduced to give coin collectors the opportunity to acquire ALL denominations and mints that were released into circulation per year, per coinage issue. Unlike the Proof Sets, these are normal coins intended for circulation. The "Official" packaging is the United States Mint's stamp of authenticity as to the condition of the coins.

This 1967 United States Mint set is the 9th year of issue. In 1965 the U.S. Mint reorganized it's collectible coinage division. It moved its Proof Set manufacturing from the Philadelphia Mint to the fabled San Francisco Mint. Regular production was "re-opened" in 1968. Between 1965 and 1967 the U.S. Mint didn't create a Mint Set or Proof Set....instead it created a hybrid called the "Special Mint Set", aka: "SMS" for short. This SMS set includes a single Cent, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, and Half Dollar.

The 1967 SMS set ranks #29 in mintage, with 1,863,344 struck.


Uncirculated sets sold by the US Mint from 1947 to 1958 contained two examples of each regular issue coin. These were packaged in cardboard holders that did not have a protective seal over the coins. Since 1959 the sets have been sealed in a protective plastic envelope. No official US Mint sets were issued in 1950, 1982 and 1983.
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1963 US Mint Set ( 10 pc ) - OGP 1964 US Mint Set ( 10 pc ) - OGP 1961 US Mint Set ( 10 pc ) - OGP
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1963 US Mint Set 1964 US Mint Set 1961 US Mint Set
The United States Mint released the 1st official "Uncirculated" Mint set in 1947. It was introduced to give coin collectors the opportunity to acquire ALL denominations and mints that were released into circulation per year, per coinage issue. Unlike the Proof Sets, these are normal coins intended for circulation. The "Official" packaging is the United States Mint's stamp of authenticity as to the condition of the coins.

This 1963 United States Mint set is the 5th year of issue. It includes...10 coins, consisting of the Cent, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, and Half Dollar struck at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints.

The 1963 set ranks #5 in mintage, with 606,612 struck.


Uncirculated sets sold by the US Mint from 1947 to 1958 contained two examples of each regular issue coin. These were packaged in cardboard holders that did not have a protective seal over the coins. Since 1959 the sets have been sealed in a protective plastic envelope. No official US Mint sets were issued in 1950, 1982 and 1983.
. The United States Mint released the 1st official "Uncirculated" Mint set in 1947. It was introduced to give coin collectors the opportunity to acquire ALL denominations and mints that were released into circulation per year, per coinage issue. Unlike the Proof Sets, these are normal coins intended for circulation. The "Official" packaging is the United States Mint's stamp of authenticity as to the condition of the coins.

This 1961 United States Mint set is the 3rd year of issue. It includes...10 coins, consisting of the Cent, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, and Half Dollar struck at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints.

The 1961 set ranks #2 in mintage, with 223,704 struck.


Uncirculated sets sold by the US Mint from 1947 to 1958 contained two examples of each regular issue coin. These were packaged in cardboard holders that did not have a protective seal over the coins. Since 1959 the sets have been sealed in a protective plastic envelope. No official US Mint sets were issued in 1950, 1982 and 1983.
1962 US Mint Set ( 10 pc ) - OGP Last 5 Years of Silver Mint Sets - 1960 to 1964 40 Years of Mint Sets - 1968 to 2009
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1962 US Mint Set Last 5 Years of Silver Mint Sets - 1960 to 1964 40 Years of Mint Sets - 1968 to 2009
The United States Mint released the 1st official "Uncirculated" Mint set in 1947. It was introduced to give coin collectors the opportunity to acquire ALL denominations and mints that were released into circulation per year, per coinage issue. Unlike the Proof Sets, these are normal coins intended for circulation. The "Official" packaging is the United States Mint's stamp of authenticity as to the condition of the coins.

This 1962 United States Mint set is the 4th year of issue. It includes...10 coins, consisting of the Cent, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, and Half Dollar struck at the Philadelphia and Denver Mints.

The 1962 set ranks #4 in mintage, with 385,285 struck.


Uncirculated sets sold by the US Mint from 1947 to 1958 contained two examples of each regular issue coin. These were packaged in cardboard holders that did not have a protective seal over the coins. Since 1959 the sets have been sealed in a protective plastic envelope. No official US Mint sets were issued in 1950, 1982 and 1983.