U.S. Coin Price Guide

U.S. Mint Sets

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Please Note: Grading U.S. Mint Sets is a subjective matter that takes years of experience to do correctly. In most cases raw or un-graded coins are usually over graded by the individual owner. Try to be realistic and understand that grading is only a means to quantify or evaluate the worth of a coin. The grading company used to grade a coin is very important and there are only two that have the highest reputation in the numismatic industry, NGC and PCGS. See: Rating Coin Grading Services. Also note that coins within a specific grade can be a plus or minus of that grade also increasing or decreasing value. There can also be mirrored fields which can increase the value significantly as in Proof-Like (PL) and Deep Mirror Proof Like (DMPL). Mintage and popularity can also factor into consideration when accessing the overall worth of a coin. Please remember that there are at least three values of a coin; the Price the owner thinks his coin is worth, the Value a Coin Price Guide Book or a Pricing Guide lists it at and then most importantly, the Actual Price that you can sell it for to a dealer, buyer, or at an auction.

You can also compare your coin through the online auction links to compare prices and condition from images. Click Each Price to Compare Current Online Auction Values in the Left Side Column Below.
See Grading for more details on grading coins.

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Description Sets Sold Issue Price Face Value Price
1947 Mint Set 5,000 4.87 4.46 1425
1948 Mint Set 6,000 4.92 4.46 685
1949 Mint Set 5,000 5.45 4.46 875
1951 Mint Set 8,654 6.75 5.46 950
1952 Mint Set 11,499 6.14 5.46 825
1953 Mint Set 15,538 6.14 5.46 575
1954 Mint Set 25,599 6.19 5.46 290
1955 Mint Set 49,656 3.57 2.86 250
1956 Mint Set 45,475 3.34 2.64 180
1957 Mint Set 34,324 4.40 3.64 245
1958 Mint Set 50,314 4.43 3.64 160
1959 Mint Set 187,000 2.40 1.82 62
1960 Mint Set 260,485 2.40 1.82 35
1961 Mint Set 223,704 2.40 1.82 47
1962 Mint Set 355,285 2.40 1.82 26
1963 Mint Set 606,612 2.40 1.82 26
1964 Mint Set 1,008,108 2.40 1.82 26
1965 Special Mint Set 2,360,000 4.00 .91 12
1966 Special Mint Set 2,261,583 4.00 .91 10
1967 Special Mint Set 1,863,344 4.00 .91 17
1968 Mint Set 2,105,128 2.50 1.33 8
1969 Mint Set 1,817,392 2.50 1.33 10
1970 Mint Set, Large Date 2,038,134 2.50 1.33 18
1970 Mint Set, Small Date   2.50 1.33 65
1971 Mint Set 2,193,396 3.50 1.83 9
1972 Mint Set 2,750,000 3.50 1.83 9
1973 Mint Set 1,767,691 6.00 3.83 18
1974 Mint Set 1,975,981 6.00 3.83 9
1975 Mint Set 1,921,488 6.00 3.82 13
1976 Mint Set 1,892,513 6.00 3.82 10
1976 Mint Set, Silver 4,908,319 9.00 1.75 16
1977 Mint Set 2,006,869 7.00 3.82 10
1978 Mint Set 2,162,609 7.00 3.82 10
1979 Mint Set 2,526,000 8.00 3.82 9
1980 Mint Set 2,815,066 9.00 4.82 10
1981 Mint Set 2,908,145 11.00 4.82 16
1984 Mint Set 1,832,857 7.00 1.82 9
1985 Mint Set 1,710,571 7.00 1.82 9
1986 Mint Set 1,153,536 7.00 1.82 16
1987 Mint Set 2,890,758 7.00 1.82 10
1988 Mint Set 1,646,204 7.00 1.82 10
1989 Mint Set 1,987,915 7.00 1.82 9
1990 Mint Set 1,809,184 7.00 1.82 9
1991 Mint Set 1,352,101 7.00 1.82 10
1992 Mint Set 1,500,143 7.00 1.82 9
1993 Mint Set 1,297,431 8.00 1.82 10
1994 Mint Set 1,234,813 8.00 1.82 11
1995 Mint Set 1,038,787 8.00 1.82 17
1996 Mint Set 1,457,949 8.00 1.82 23
1997 Mint Set 950,473 8.00 1.82 22
1998 Mint Set 1,187,325 8.00 1.82 9
1999 Mint Set 18 Piece 1,243,867 14.95 3.82 30
2000 Mint Set 20 Piece 1,416,000 14.95 5.82 13
2001 Mint Set 20 Piece 1,113,623 14.95 5.82 21
2002 Mint Set 20 Piece 1,139,388 14.95 5.82 16
2003 Mint Set 20 Piece 1,001,532 14.95 5.82 23
2004 Mint Set 22 Piece 842,507 16.95 5.92 27
2005 Mint Set 22 Piece 1,160,000 16.95 5.92 15
2006 Mint Set 20 Piece 847,361 16.95 5.82 20
2007 Mint Set 28 Piece 895,628 22.95 13.82 30
2008 Mint Set 28 Piece 745,464 22.95 13.82 38
2009 Mint Set 36 Piece   27.95 14.38 32
2010 Mint Set 28 Piece   31.95 13.82 38
2011 Mint Set 28 Piece   31.95 13.82 38
2012 Mint Set 28 Piece   27.95 13.82 34
2013 Mint Set 28 Piece   27.95 13.82 34
FYI: Rare coins have historically protected or preserved wealth as strong inflation fighters, particularly in countries whose paper currency has been severely weakened. Any time our paper money is threatened, rare coins can protect wealth much like an investment in gold bullion. The beauty of rare coins can be enjoyed much like any other work of art. They are also a very private form of investment not subject to government scrutiny common to other types of investments held in banks and by brokerage houses. Rare coins are easy to store and are virtually indestructible. They are also insurable. Rare coins represent truly portable wealth which can be moved from place to place very quickly and easily. If you intend to buy rare or bullion coins for investment, your best protection is to spend time learning about the coins you are being asked to buy. In the past, most investment gains have gone to collectors, often known as numismatists, who have taken the time to carefully study various aspects of coins, including rarity, grading, market availability, and price trends. Investment success over the years is the result of prudently acquiring coins of selected quality, proven rarity, and established numismatic desirability. Many careful buyers study coins for some time before buying even a single coin. Success also can be enhanced by researching dealers, as well as coins.

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