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Overview & Details

Decade of S-Mint Prestige Proof Sets 1983 - 1993 
Bring a decade of prestige to your collection of proof commemorative coins. This set features all the prestige proof sets issued between 1983 and 1993. Call come in their original government packaging and features commemorative silver dollars and clad half dollars as issued in prestige proof sets from this time. This set makes a wonderful gift for any collector of contemporary American coinage.

What You Get

  • 1983 San Francisco prestige proof set (contains the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar coins for this year, plus the 1983 Olympic Commemorative Silver Dollar)
  • 1984 San Francisco prestige proof set (contains the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar coins for this year, plus the 1984 Olympic Commemorative Silver Dollar)
  • 1986 San Francisco prestige proof set (contains the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar coins for this year, plus the 1986 Statue of Liberty Commemorative Silver Dollar and Half Dollar)
  • 1987 San Francisco prestige proof set (contains the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar coins for this year, plus the 1987 U.S. Constitution Commemorative Silver Dollar)
  • 1988 San Francisco prestige proof set (contains the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar coins for this year, plus the 1988 Olympic Commemorative Silver Dollar)
  • 1989 San Francisco prestige proof set (contains the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar coins for this year, plus the 1989 Congressional Commemorative Silver Dollar and Half Dollar)
  • 1990 San Francisco prestige proof set (contains the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar coins for this year, plus the 1990 Eisenhower Centennial Commemorative Silver Dollar)
  • 1991 San Francisco prestige proof set (contains the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar coins for this year, plus the 1991 Mount Rushmore Commemorative Silver Dollar and Half Dollar)
  • 1992 San Francisco prestige proof set (contains the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar coins for this year, plus the 1992 Olympic Commemorative Silver Dollar and Half Dollar)
  • 1993 San Francisco prestige proof set (contains the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar coins for this year, plus the 1993 Bill of Rights Commemorative Silver Dollar and Half Dollar)
  • Original Government Packaging  

Good to Know
  • All coin items considered for return must be in their original condition as sold. Seals and cases contribute to the value of the coin and currency collectibles and must remain intact and unbroken. This applies but is not limited to: grading cases, Mint and Proof cases and packages, bag seals, original government sealed packaging and/or any other special packaging or containers.

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: Proof
Mint Mark: San Francisco Mint
Packaging: Original government packaging
Composition: Commemorative silver dollars are 90% silver

The Basics - Box

Measurements: Approx. 4"W x 1-3/4"H x 6-1/4" Deep each
Country of Origin: USA

Features

Prestige proof sets
  • Include regular proof coins from the penny to the half dollar, as well as the proof version of the commemorative Silver Dollar issued during the year
  • If a commemorative half dollar was also issued, a proof version is included
  • Prestige proof sets represent the U.S. Mint's ultimate proof sets

Proof coins
  • Struck at least twice on highly polished coin blanks to bring out the mirrored background and high-relief images

Cent 
  • Obverse: Abraham Lincoln
  • Reverse: Lincoln Memorial

Nickel 
  • Obverse: Thomas Jefferson
  • Reverse: Monticello 

Dime 
  • Obverse: Franklin D. Roosevelt
  • Reverse: Olive branch, torch and oak branch 

Quarter
  • Obverse: George Washington
  • Reverse: Eagle  

Half dollar
  • Obverse: John F. Kennedy -
  • Reverse: Presidential coat of arms 

1983 Olympic Commemorative Silver Dollar 
  • Issued in 1983 to commemorate the XXIII Olympiad held in Los Angeles, California
  • The 1983 release was the first commemorative silver dollar produced since 1900
  • Obverse features a dramatic depiction of the traditional Greek discus thrower, inspired by the work of Myron. Three outlines are shown to create the impression of motion. To the right, the Olympic "star in motion" symbol appears with the Olympic rings. Inscriptions include "Los Angeles", "XXIII Olympiad", "In God We Trust", "Liberty" and the date "1983"
  • Reverse depicts the head and upper body of a bald eagle. Inscriptions include "United Sates of America", "E Pluribus Unum" and the denomination "One Dollar" 
 
1984 Olympic Commemorative Silver Dollar
  • Issued in  1984 to commemorate the XXIII Olympiad held in Los Angeles, California 
  • Obverse features Olympic Gateway, which was the entrance of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. Two headless sculptures appear to either side of an Olympic flame on a lintel. Inscriptions include "Liberty", "In God We Trust", "Los Angeles", "XXIII Olympiad" and the date "1984".
  • Reverse depicts a perched bald eagle with an olive branch. Inscriptions include "United Sates of America", the denomination "One Dollar" and at the base of the eagles perch "E Pluribus Unum"
 
1986 Statue of Liberty Commemorative Silver Dollar
  • Issued in 1986 to celebrate the centennial of the Statue of Liberty 
  • Highly successful program with millions of silver dollars and half dollars sold and a complete sellout of the maximum mintage of gold coins 
  • Surcharges raised by the program were used to fund much-needed restoration work on the Statue   
  • Obverse depicts the Statue of Liberty with Ellis Island in the background; Inscriptions include "Liberty", "Ellis Island", "Gateway to America", "In God We Trust", and the date.
  • Reverse depicts Liberty's torch; Inscriptions include "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free", "E Pluribus Unum" and "One Dollar".
 
1986 Statue of Liberty Commemorative Clad Half Dollar
  • Issued in 1986 to celebrate the centennial of the Statue of Liberty 
  • First commemorative coin for this denomination 
  • Struck in copper/nickel clad composition  
  • Obverse depicts the Statue of Liberty with rising sun in the background; Inscriptions include "Liberty", "In God We Trust" and the date "1986"
  • Reverse depicts an immigrant family arriving at Ellis Island; Inscriptions include "United States of America", "A Nation of Immigrants", "E Pluribus Unum", and the denomination "Half Dollar".
 
1987 U.S. Constitution Bicentennial Commemorative Silver Dollar
  • Issued in 1987 to honor 200th anniversary of the U.S. Constitution. It shows our nation's most important document on one side and a gathering of Americans from different time periods on the other. 
  • Obverse depicts a quill pen, a sheaf of parchment. Inscriptions include "We The People" "The U.S. Constitution 200th Anniversary", "In God We Trust", "1787", "Liberty" and "1987"
  • Reverse depicts a cross-section of Americans from various periods representing contrasting lifestyles. Inscriptions include "E Pluribus Unum", "1 Dollar" and "United States of America".
 
1988 Olympic Commemorative Silver Dollar
  • Issued in 1988 to commemorate the XXV Olympic Games held in Barcelona, Spain and Albertville and Savoie, France
  • Obverse depicts a baseball player throwing a pitch. Inscriptions include "Liberty", "In God We Trust", "1992", and "USA" with the Olympic rings.
  • Reverse depicts the Union Shield with olive branches to each side and the Olympic rings placed above. A banner beneath the shield and across the olive branches includes the motto "E Pluribus Unum". The remaining inscriptions are "United States of America" above and "One Dollar" below.
 
1989 Congressional Bicentennial Commemorative Silver Dollar
  • Issued in 1989 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Congress which first conveyed as a legislative body in 1789
  • Obverse depicts a full view of Thomas Crawford's bronze Statue of Freedom, which was placed atop of the Capitol dome in 1863. Clouds and rays of sunlight appear in the background of the view. Inscriptions read "Liberty", "In God We Trust", "1789" and "1989".  
  • Reverse depicts the mace of the House of Representatives. A close up view of the staff topped by an eagle on a world globe is pictured. Inscriptions include "United States of America", "One Dollar", "E Pluribus Unum" and "Bicentennial of the Congress".
 
1989 Congressional Bicentennial Commemorative Clad Half Dollar
  • Issued in 1989 to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Congress  
  • Struck in copper/nickel clad composition
  • Obverse Close up of the bust of Thomas Crawford's Statue of Freedom, which is found at the peak of the Capital Dome. A view of the full statue is used for the silver dollar. Inscriptions on the half dollar include "Bicentennial of the Congress" above, "In God We Trust" and "Liberty" below and the anniversary dates "1789" and 1989" to each side.
  • Reverse depicts a full view of the Capitol Building accentuated with a pattern of seven stars above and three stars to each side below. Inscriptions read "United States of America", "E Pluribus Unum" and "Half Dollar".
 
1990 Eisenhower Centennial Commemorative Silver Dollar
  • Issued in 1990 to mark the centennial of the birth of Dwight D. Eisenhower on October 14, 1890 
  • Coin's dual-portrait obverse symbolizes both his military service and peacetime leadership 
  • Only U.S. coin to feature two portraits of the same person on the same side of one coin  
  • Obverse features a right-facing portrait of an older Eisenhower superimposed over a left facing view of a younger Eisenhower wearing five stars. Inscriptions include "Eisenhower Centennial," "Liberty," "In God We Trust," and "1890–1990".
  • Reverse depicts Eisenhower's retirement home in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, which is now part of a national historic site. Inscriptions include "United States of America," "Eisenhower Home," "E Pluribus Unum," and "One Dollar".
 
1991 Mount Rushmore Commemorative Silver Dollar
  • Issued in 1991 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the opening of Mount Rushmore 
  • Obverse depicts Mount Rushmore
  • Reverse depicts an eagle with wings spread over a map of the United States
 
1991 Mount Rushmore Commemorative Clad Half Dollar
  • Issued in 1991 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the opening of Mount Rushmore  
  • Struck in copper/nickel clad composition
  • Obverse depicts Mount Rushmore
  • Reverse depicts a buffalo image
 
1992 Olympic Commemorative Silver Dollar
  • Issued in 1992 to commemorate the XXV Olympic Games held in Barcelona, Spain and Albertville and Savoie, France
  • 90% silver   
  • Obverse depicts a baseball player throwing a pitch. Inscriptions include "Liberty", "In God We Trust", "1992?, and "USA" with the Olympic rings.
  • Reverse depicts the Union Shield with olive branches to each side and the Olympic rings placed above. A banner beneath the shield and across the olive branches includes the motto "E Pluribus Unum". The remaining inscriptions are "United States of America" above and "One Dollar" below.
 
1992 Olympic Commemorative Clad Half Dollar
  • Issued in 1992 to commemorate the XXV Olympic Games held in Barcelona, Spain and Albertville and Savoie, France 
  • Struck in copper/nickel clad composition   
  • Obverse depicts a female gymnast in motion against the background of an American flag. Inscriptions read "In God We Trust", "1991", and "Liberty". The Olympic rings with USA also appear.
  • Reverse depicts the Olympic torch and an olive branch. The inscriptions above and below read "United States of America" and "Half Dollar". A central inscription reads "Citius Altius Fortius" which is Latin for "Faster, Higher, Stronger".
 
1993 Bill of Rights Commemorative Silver Dollar
  • Issued in 1993 to commemorate the Bill of Rights 
  • 90% silver     
  • Obverse depicts a portrait of James Madison. Inscriptions read "Liberty", "James Madison", "In God We Trust" and the date "1993".
  • Reverse depicts a view of Madison's Virginia home, Montpelier. Inscriptions include "United States of America", "E Pluribus Unum", "Montpelier" and the denomination "One Dollar".
 
1993 Bill of Rights Commemorative Clad Half Dollar
  • Issued in 1993 to commemorate the Bill of Rights 
  • Struck in copper/nickel clad composition  
  • Obverse depicts a portrait of James Madison writing the Bill of Rights. Montpelier, his home in Virginia, is depicted in the background. Inscriptions include "Liberty", "James Madison", "Father of the Bill of Rights", "In God We Trust", and the year of mintage "1993".
  • Reverse depicts a hand holding a torch. Inscriptions include "United States of America", "E Pluribus Unum", "The Bill of Rights", "Our Basic Freedoms" and the denomination "Half Dollar".

Commemorative silver dollars are 90% silver 
  • Precious metal coins

Encapsulated/original government packaging 
  • Protects coins' proof condition during storage and display
  • Proof sets come in original packaging from the U.S. Mint 

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