“First Susan B. Anthony” U.S. 11-Coin 1979 Mint Set :
As the cost of copper and nickel went up in 1979, the big traditional Eisenhower dollar was replaced by the Susan B. Anthony first small dollar. In 1979, the inaugural year of these diminutive dollars large numbers were struck for circulation. But only 2.5 million perfect Brilliant Uncirculated minting specimens of the P & D issues were released as part of the year’s mint set, which also included Philadelphia and Denver cents, nickels, dimes, quarters and half dollars for a total of 11 coins.
“Over a Quarter Century Old” U.S. 5-Coin 1989 Proof Set:
This already affordable 5-coin proof set, issued almost three decades ago, is now on sale. Included are finest-quality proof issues of the cent, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar for the date. Their double-struck engravings have a crisp raised appearance with elegant frosted finishes contrasting with stunning mirror backgrounds. Each proof’s extraordinary beauty is permanently protected by the official U.S. Mint’s seethrough plastic case in which both sides of each coin are visible.
20-Coin 2001 Mint Set :
Act now to get big savings on this almost two decades old set. Merely 1.1 million of these 20-coin 2001 mint sets were produced — that’s less than half the mintage of that date’s proof set. All circulation coins are represented with both P & D Brilliant Uncirculated specimens, including the second-year Sacagawea dollars and “Statehood” New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Vermont and Kentucky commemorative quarters.
“Early Statehood Quarter” U.S. 10-Coin 2002 Proof Set:
This big 10-coin set contains superlative cent, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar proofs, as well as a Sacagawea dollar, which proved to be short-lived in American commerce. Also included are five quarters commemorating Tennessee, Ohio, Louisiana, Indiana, and Mississippi. Struck by the San Francisco Mint, with finest-quality proof minting, the double-struck engravings have an elegant frosted finish that sets them off against brilliant mirror backgrounds.