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Last of the Silver Proof Sets - 1960s

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Last of the Silver Proof Sets - 1960s
Here's proof things were better in the Sixties. This collection features the last silver proofs of the decade offered by the Philadelphia and San Francisco Mints, all in original government packaging. It even includes some uncirculated Special Mint sets to round it out. These coins are a must have for any collection of 20th Century American coinage.

What You Get

  • Each of the 1960-1964 P-Mint silver proof sets
  • Each of the 1968-1969 S-Mint silver proof sets
  • Each of the 1965-1967 uncirculated P-Mint silver Special Mint Sets

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: Proof and Uncirculated
Mint Mark: Philadelphia and San Francisco Mints
Packaging: Original government packaging

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Obverse: Cent - Abraham Lincoln Nickel - Thomas Jefferson Dime - Franklin D. Roosevelt Quarter - George Washington Franklin Half Dollar - Benjamin Franklin Kennedy Half Dollar - John F. Kennedy
Reverse: Cent - Lincoln Memorial Nickel - Monticello Dime - Olive branch, torch and oak branch Quarter - Eagle Franklin Half Dollar - Liberty Bell Kennedy Half Dollar - Presidential Coat of Arms
Composition: 1960-1964: Dimes, quarters and half dollars are 90% silver 1965-1967: Kennedy half dollars are 40% silver 1968-1969: Kennedy half dollars are 40% silver
Diameter: Cent - Approx. 19 mm (0.75") Nickel - Approx. 21.2 mm (0.83") Dime - Approx. 17.9 mm (0.71") Quarter - Approx. 24.3 mm (0.96") Franklin Half Dollar - Approx. 30.6 mm (1.2") Kennedy Half Dollar - Approx. 30.6 mm (1.2")
Weight: Cent - Approx. 3.11 grams (0.11 oz.) Nickel - Approx. 5 grams (0.18 oz.) Dime - Approx. 2.5 grams (0.09 oz.) Quarter - 1960-1964: Approx. 6.25 grams (0.22 oz.); 5.67 grams (0.2 oz.) Franklin Half Dollar - Approx. 12.5 grams (0.44 oz.) Kennedy Half Dollar - 1964: Approx. 12.5 grams (0.44 oz.); 1965-1969: 11.5 grams (0.41 oz.)

Features

Proof sets
  • Struck on highly polished blanks, giving them their mirror-like finish
  • Proof coins are never intended for circulation
  • Made specifically for collectors by the United States Mint
  • Each set includes: Lincoln cent, Jefferson nickel, Roosevelt dime, Washington quarter & Kennedy half dollar - (5 coins per set) 

Uncirculated coins
  • These coins have never been circulated to the public

Original government packaging
  • Coins come in their original U.S. Mint packaging

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Last of the Silver Proof Sets - 1960s

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  • Hi Ho Silver, Away!

    Received promptly, overpriced.

    beccaloni, WV
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  • missing and wrong

    The 1968 and 1969 coins were not sent to me.The 1962 coins were fine in the 1962 envelope but the 1963 envelope had another set of the 1962 coins.This is not the first time there have been missing coins from an order.Buyer beware and check your items completely when you receive them!

    mikegagneiam, MA
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