Proof Sets Values

Proof sets are a mainstay of U.S. coin collecting. These sets of high-quality, sharp-detailed coins have been created since 1936 with only a few lapses. Most proof sets are relatively inexpensive, but a few are much more popular with collectors due to limited runs or non-standard mints. 

A proof coin used to be a coin used to check dies and keep copies for the archives, but in modern times proofs have become highly collectible issues of a particular coin. Proofs are a particular process used for the coin, not necessarily the condition.

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A proof coin used to be a coin used to check dies and keep copies for the archives, but in modern times proofs have become highly collectible issues of a particular coin. Proofs are a particular process used for the coin, not necessarily the condition.

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