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2009 Denver and Philadelphia Mint Sets with Copper Cents

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Overview & Details

2009 Denver and Philadelphia Mint Sets with Copper Cents
Sweeten your coin collection with a couple of Mints. These Mint sets showcase 2009's coins as the largest offering to date, comprising 36 coins from the Denver and Philadelphia Mints. The sets come in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and in original government packaging. They make a marvelous addition to any collection or a wonderful way to commemorate a 2009 event.

What You Get

  • 2009 Denver Mint set
  • 2009 Philadelphia Mint set

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: Brilliant Uncirculated
Mint Mark: Philadelphia and Denver Mints
Packaging: Original government packaging

Presidential dollar

Obverse: Features an image of the President (William H. Harrison, John Tyler, James K. Polk and Zachary Taylor)
Reverse: Image of the Statue of Liberty
Diameter: Approx. 19 mm (0.75") in diameter
Weight: Approx. 2.5 grams (0.1 oz.)

Sacagawea dollar

Obverse: Depicts Sacagawea with her baby, Jean Baptiste, on her back
Diameter: Approx. 26.5 mm (1.04")
Weight: Approx. 8.1 grams (0.29 oz.)

Kennedy Half Dollar

Obverse: Bust of John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Reverse: Depicts a heraldic eagle with a shield on its breast holding an olive branch and a bundle of 13 arrows, surrounded by a ring of 50 stars; based on the Presidential Seal
Diameter: Approx. 30.6 mm (1.2")
Weight: Approx. 11.34 grams (0.4 oz.)

Territorial Quarter

Obverse: George Washington
Reverse: Each Territory's unique design (Washington D.C, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, Virgin Islands and Northern Marianas Islands)
Diameter: Approx. 24.3 mm (0.96")
Weight: Approx. 5.67 grams (0.2 oz.)

Roosevelt Dime

Obverse: Franklin D. Roosevelt
Diameter: Approx. 17.9 mm (0.7")
Weight: Approx. 2.27 grams (0.08 oz.)

Jefferson Nickel

Obverse: Thomas Jefferson
Reverse: Monticello, the President's historic home near Charlottesville, Virginia
Diameter: Approx. 21.2 mm (0.83")
Weight: Approx. 5 grams (17.63 oz.)

Lincoln Centennial Cent

Obverse: Abraham Lincoln
Reverse: Reverse depict one each of four unique backgrounds from each Mint (Birth in Kentucky, Youth in Indiana, Professional Years in Illinois and Presidency in D.C.)
Diameter: Approx. 19 mm (0.75")
Weight: Approx. 2.5 grams (0.09 oz.)

Features

Mint sets
  • Issued by the United States Mint for collectors; not intended for circulation
  • Includes a complete set of all circulating coins issued by the Philadelphia and Denver Mints

Brilliant Uncirculated
  • These beautiful coins have never circulated

Presidential dollar (4 coins per Mint, 8 total)
  • Celebrates each non-living U.S. President - Issued in the order the Presidents served at a rate of 4 per year
  • Similar in size and color to the Sacagawea, with no inscription on the obverse or face side
  • "In God We Trust," "E Pluribus Unum," the issue year and the mint mark on the edge
  • Edge inscriptions are in incuse (in-CUE-z) or sunk into the surface  

Sacagawea dollar (2 coins total)
  • First circulating coin to feature an identifiable Native American
  • Sacagawea was the Native American guide who accompanied the Lewis & Clark Expedition
  • First minted in 2000

Kennedy half dollar (2 coins total)
  • Obverse shows a bust of John Fitzgerald Kennedy
  • Reverse depicts a heraldic eagle with a shield on its breast holding an olive branch and a bundle of 13 arrows, surrounded by a ring of 50 stars; based on the Presidential Seal

Territorial quarters (6 coins per Mint, 12 coins total)
  • Obverse depicts George Washington
  • Reverse depicts each Territory's unique design (Washington D.C, Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, Virgin Islands and Northern Marianas Islands)

Roosevelt dime (2 coins total)
  • Obverse depicts President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's left-facing bust which first appeared in 1946
  • Reverse features a torch, an olive branch on the left and an oak branch on the right; symbolizing liberty, peace and victory 

Jefferson nickel (2 coins total)
  • Obverse features the profile of Thomas Jefferson;
  • Reverse features Monticello, the President's historic home near Charlottesville, Virginia

Lincoln Bicentennial copper cents (4 coins per Mint, 8 coins total)
  • Obverse features the bust of Abraham Lincoln
  • Reverse depict one each of four unique backgrounds from each Mint (Birth in Kentucky, Youth in Indiana, Professional Years in Illinois and Presidency in D.C.
  • First Lincoln cents cast in copper since 1982

REVIEWS

2009 Denver and Philadelphia Mint Sets with Copper Cents

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  • great collection

    Real nice set,im very happy with this coin collection,i hope I get the chance to add more to my collection,i like the presentation and the fast shipment with all the information on tracking,also the history of this collection, you keep up the great jog your doing,im very happy thanks so much HSN.Robert LaPlant

    patsfan52, FL
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  • Nice addition.

    Just tucked it away. Too bad that copper isn't the stuff that pennies are made from anymore. Nice to get the last of the bunch. The rest of the coins are nice too - especially adding a Sacagewea coin in both mint marks to my golden quarter collection.

    GreenInA2, MI
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  • Save Your Money!

    These are very poorly put together. Some coins are facing forward and some backwards. They are not like some sets I have bought in the past. O sent them back the same day I received them. Save your money for other things or better sets.

    Bernie007, TX
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