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2019 Proof Set

The United States Mint Proof Set, commonly known as the Proof Set in the United States, is a set of proof coins sold by the United States Mint. The proof set is popular with coin collectors as it is an affordable way to collect examples of United States coinage in proof condition.

Standard proof sets (1936–present)[edit]

Pre-war proof sets (1936–1942)[edit]

In 1936, the US Mint produced proof coinage for collectors for the first time since 1916, when the mint had shut down proof production due to lack of interest from collectors. Like previous proof coinage, the new coins could be bought individually, but unlike previous coins, they were also offered as a set.[1] Proof cents and nickels produced in early 1936 had a satin finish, which was unpopular with collectors as it closely resembled the standard circulation strike finish.[2] Therefore, later 1936 pennies and nickels featured the mirror-like "brilliant" finish used on the other coins of the set.

Halfway through 1942, following the outbreak of World War II, the composition of the nickel temporarily changed from cupronickel to 35% silver. Only the cupronickel version was included in the 1942 proof set, but a proof silver nickel (identified by the P mint mark on the reverse) was sold separately later that year. Later that year proof coinage was discontinued as the Mint was busy striking millions of medals for military awards.[3]

Pre-war proof sets
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ Total face value Mintage
1936 Lincoln cent

(P)

Buffalo nickel

(P)

Mercury dime

(P)

Washington quarter

(P)

Walking Liberty half dollar

(P)

$0.91 >3,837
1937 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 >5,542
1938 (P) Jefferson nickel

(P)

(P) (P) (P) $0.91 >8,045
1939 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 >8,795
1940 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 >11,246
1941 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 >15,287
1942 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 >21,120

Post-war proof sets (1950–1964)[edit]

Proof coinage production continued in 1950, although the mint no longer sold proof coins individually.[4] Because of this, mintages for all proof coins in a year were the same.

1964 was the final year that the Philadelphia Mint produced proof sets.[5] The starting the next year through 1967, the all mints produced coins without mint marks as a shortage of coins was blamed on coin collectors.[6] No proof sets or uncirculated mint sets were produced by the mint in those years, and instead "Special Mint Sets" containing circulation coins featuring a satin finish were sold to collectors. Although these sets were neither proof sets of true uncirculated sets, they are collected by proof set collectors to complete their "yearly" proof set collections.

Post-war proof sets
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ Total face value Mintage
1950 Lincoln cent

(P)

Jefferson nickel

(P)

Roosevelt dime

(P)

Washington quarter

(P)

Franklin half dollar

(P)

$0.91 51,386
1951 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 57,500
1952 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 81,980
1953 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 128,800
1954 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 233,300
1955 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 378,200
1956 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 669,384
1957 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 1,247,952
1958 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 875,652
1959 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 1,149,291
1960 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 1,691,602
1961 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 3,028,244
1962 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 3,218,019
1963 (P) (P) (P) (P) (P) $0.91 3,075,645
1964 (P) (P) (P) (P) Kennedy half dollar

(P)

$0.91 3,950,762

San Francisco proof sets (1968–present)[edit]

In 1968, the mint started producing coins with mint marks again. Proof sets were once again produced also, with production of proof coins being taken over by the San Francisco Mint.[7] Therefore most post-1968 proof coins feature the S mint mark (error coins that lack the mint mark exist, and some special edition proof coins were produced by the Philadelphia and West Point Mints). Since 1975, San Francisco has only struck coins for collectors and investors, with the proof set being its main product (one major exception is the Susan B. Anthony dollar, produced 1979–1981).

In 1973, the dollar coin made its debut in the proof set in the form of the Eisenhower dollar.[8] This coin proved unpopular in circulation and was discontinued in favor of the Susan B. Anthony dollar in 1979, which was also unpopular and again discontinued in 1981.[9] The 1982 proof set contained a Department of the Treasury token in place of the dollar.[10] It wasn't until 2000 that the dollar made a comeback in the proof set as the gold-colored Sacagawea dollar.[11] Another dollar coin to be included in the proof set was the Presidential dollar, which was introduced in 2007 and produced alongside the Sacagawea dollar.[12] Although popular with collectors, the dollar coin once again proved unpopular in circulation and was discontinued for circulation in 2011. As of 2019, however, the Sacagawea dollar continues to be available in the proof set (the Presidential $1 coin program ended in 2016).[13]

Both the 1975 and 1976 proof sets contained the Bicentennial quarters, half dollars, and dollars featuring the double date 1776–1976. This was due to the fact that the mint did not produce those coins dated 1975, and the bicentennial coins were produced both years.[14][15]

From 1999 through 2008, five 50 State quarters were included in the mint set each year. In 2004 and 2005, the Westward Journey nickels were also included in the set, adding an extra nickel in both sets. The 2009 proof set contained the highest number of coins and the highest combined face value ($7.19) of any proof set as of 2019, containing the four Lincoln Bicentennial cents (with a special composition of 95% copper), all six District of Columbia and United States Territories quarters, five dollar coins, and the standard nickel, dime, and half dollar.[16] In 2019, a penny featuring the W mint mark (indicating that it was minted at West Point Mint) was included in the mint set, this was the first time a penny featured the mint mark.[17]

San Francisco proof sets
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Other Total face value Mintage
1968 Lincoln cent

S

Jefferson nickel

S

Roosevelt dime

S

Washington quarter

S

Kennedy half dollar

S

$0.91 3,041,506
1969 S S S S S $0.91 2,934,631
1970 S S S S S $0.91 2,632,810
1971 S S S S S $0.91 3,220,733
1972 S S S S S $0.91 3,260,996
1973 S S S S S Eisenhower dollar

S

$1.91 2,760,339
1974 S S S S S S $1.91 2,612,568
1975 S S S S S S $1.91 2,845,450
1976 S S S S S S $1.91 4,149,730
1977 S S S S S S $1.91 3,251,152
1978 S S S S S S $1.91 3,127,781
1979 S S S S S Susan B. Anthony dollar

S

$1.91 3,677,175
1980 S S S S S S $1.91 3,554,806
1981 S S S S S S $1.91 4,063,083
1982 S S S S S Department of the Treasury token $0.91 3,857,479
1983 S S S S S $0.91 3,138,765
1984 S S S S S $0.91 2,748,430
1985 S S S S S $0.91 3,362,821
1986 S S S S S $0.91 2,411,180
1987 S S S S S $0.91 3,792,233
1988 S S S S S $0.91 3,031,287
1989 S S S S S $0.91 3,009,107
1990 S S S S S $0.91 2,793,433
1991 S S S S S $0.91 2,610,833
1992 S S S S S $0.91 2,675,618
1993 S S S S S $0.91 2,337,819
1994 S S S S S $0.91 2,308,701
1995 S S S S S $0.91 2,010,384
1996 S S S S S $0.91 1,695,244
1997 S S S S S $0.91 1,975,000
1998 S S S S S $0.91 2,086,507
1999 S S S 50 State quarters:

Delaware S

Pennsylvania S

New Jersey S

Georgia S

Connecticut S

S $1.91 2,543,401
2000 S S S Massachusetts S

Maryland S

South Carolina S

New Hampshire S

Virginia S

S Sacagawea dollar

S

$2.91 3,082,572
2001 S S S New York S

North Carolina S

Rhode Island S

Vermont S

Kentucky S

S S $2.91 2,294,909
2002 S S S Tennessee S

Ohio S

Louisiana S

Indiana S

Mississippi S

S S $2.91 2,319,766
2003 S S S Illinois S

Alabama S

Maine S

Missouri S

Arkansas S

S S $2.91 2,172,684
2004 S S Peace Medal S

Keelboat S

Michigan S

Florida S

Texas S

Iowa S

Wisconsin S

S S $2.96 1,789,488
2005 S S American Bison S

Ocean in View S

California S

Minnesota S

Oregon S

Kansas S

West Virginia S

S S $2.96 2,275,000
2006 S S S Nevada S

Nebraska S

Colorado S

North Dakota S

South Dakota S

S S $2.91 2,000,428
2007 S S S Montana S

Washington S

Idaho S

Wyoming S

Utah S

S Sacagawea S

Presidential dollars:

George Washington S

John Adams S

Thomas Jefferson S

James Madison S

$6.91 1,702,116
2008 S S S Oklahoma S

New Mexico S

Arizona S

Alaska S

Hawaii S

S Sacagawea S

James Monroe S

John Quincy Adams S

Andrew Jackson S

Martin Van Buren S

$6.91 1,382,017
2009 Birthplace S

Formative Years S

Professional Life S

Presidency S

S S DC and US Territories quarters:

District of Columbia S

Puerto Rico S

Guam S

American Samoa S

US Virgin Islands S

Northern Mariana Islands S

S Sacagawea S

William Henry Harrison S

John Tyler S

James K. Polk S

Zachary Taylor S

$7.19 1,482,502
2010 S S S America the Beautiful quarters:

Hot Springs National Park S

Yellowstone National Park S

Yosemite National Park S

Grand Canyon National Park S

Mount Hood National Forest S

S Sacagawea S

Millard Fillmore S

Franklin Pierce S

James Buchanan S

Abraham Lincoln S

$6.91 1,103,815
2011 S S S Gettysburg National Park S

Glacier National Park S

Olympic National Park S

Vicksburg National Park S

Chickasaw Recreation Area S

S Sacagawea S

Andrew Johnson S

Ulysses S. Grant S

Rutherford B. Hayes S

James A. Garfield S

$6.91 1,098,835
2012 S S S El Yunque National Forest S

Chaco Culture National Historical Park S

Acadia National Park S

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park S

Denali National Park S

S Sacagawea S

Chester Arthur S

Grover Cleveland (1st term) S

Benjamin Harrison S

Grover Cleveland (2nd term) S

$6.91 794,002
2013 S S S White Mountain National Forest S

Perry’s Victory International Peace Memorial S

Great Basin National Park S

Fort McHenry National Monument S

Mount Rushmore National Memorial S

S Sacagawea S

William McKinley S

Theodore Roosevelt S

William Howard Taft S

Woodrow Wilson S

$6.91 802,460
2014 S S S Great Smoky Mountains National Park S

Shenandoah National Park S

Arches National Park S

Great Sand Dunes National Park S

Everglades National Park S

S Sacagawea S

Warren G. Harding S

Calvin Coolidge S

Herbert Hoover S

Franklin D. Roosevelt S

$6.91 714,661
2015 S S S Homestead National Monument of America S

Kisatchie National Forest S

Blue Ridge Parkway S

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge S

Saratoga National Historical Park S

S Sacagawea S

Harry S. Truman S

Dwight D. Eisenhower S

John F. Kennedy S

Lyndon B. Johnson S

$6.91 662,900
2016 S S S Shawnee National Forest S

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park S

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park S

Theodore Roosevelt National Park S

Fort Moultrie S

S Sacagawea S

Richard M. Nixon S

Gerald R. Ford S

Ronald Reagan S

$5.91 595,184
2017 S S S Effigy Mounds National Monument S

Frederick Douglass National Historic Site S

Ozark National Scenic Riverways S

Ellis Island S

George Rogers Clark National Historical Park S

S S $2.91 568,678
2018 S S S Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore S

Apostle Islands National Lakeshore S

Voyageurs National Park S

Cumberland Island National Seashore S

Block Island National Wildlife Refuge S

S S $2.91 TBD
2019 S, W S S Lowell National Historical Park S

American Memorial Park S

War in the Pacific National Historical Park S

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park S

Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness S

S S $2.92 TBD

Silver proof sets (1976; 1992–present)[edit]

2019 Silver Proof Set

In 1976, the mint released a proof set containing the Bicentennial quarter, half dollar, and dollar struck in 40% silver.[18]

The Silver Proof set became a standard product of the United States Mint in 1992, containing a dime, quarter, and half dollar composed of 90% silver. The compositions for the penny, nickel, and dollar (introduced to the set in 2000) remained the same as in the standard proof sets.[19] In 2019, the purity of the silver coins was changed to 99.9%.[20]

The 2019 Silver Proof Set contains a "West Point" penny with a reverse cameo finish.[21]

Silver proof sets
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total face value Mintage
1976 Washington quarter

S

Kennedy half dollar

S

Eisenhower dollar

S

$1.75 3,998,621
1992 Lincoln cent

S

Jefferson nickel

S

Roosevelt dime

S

S S $0.91 1,009,586
1993 S S S S S $0.91 570,213
1994 S S S S S $0.91 636,009
1995 S S S S S $0.91 549,878
1996 S S S S S $0.91 623,655
1997 S S S S S $0.91 605,473
1998 S S S S S $0.91 638,134
1999 S S S 50 State quarters:

Delaware S

Pennsylvania S

New Jersey S

Georgia S

Connecticut S

S $1.91 804,565
2000 S S S Massachusetts S

Maryland S

South Carolina S

New Hampshire S

Virginia S

S Sacagawea dollar

S

$2.91 965,421
2001 S S S New York S

North Carolina S

Rhode Island S

Vermont S

Kentucky S

S S $2.91 889,697
2002 S S S Tennessee S

Ohio S

Louisiana S

Indiana S

Mississippi S

S S $2.91 892,229
2003 S S S Illinois S

Alabama S

Maine S

Missouri S

Arkansas S

S S $2.91 1,125,755
2004 S S Peace Medal S

Keelboat S

Michigan S

Florida S

Texas S

Iowa S

Wisconsin S

S S $2.96 1,175,934
2005 S S American Bison S

Ocean in View S

California S

Minnesota S

Oregon S

Kansas S

West Virginia S

S S $2.96 1,069,679
2006 S S S Nevada S

Nebraska S

Colorado S

North Dakota S

South Dakota S

S S $2.91 1,054,008
2007 S S S Montana S

Washington S

Idaho S

Wyoming S

Utah S

S Sacagawea S

Presidential dollars:

George Washington S

John Adams S

Thomas Jefferson S

James Madison S

$6.91 875,050
2008 S S S Oklahoma S

New Mexico S

Arizona S

Alaska S

Hawaii S

S Sacagawea S

James Monroe S

John Quincy Adams S

Andrew Jackson S

Martin Van Buren S

$6.91 763,887
2009 Birthplace S

Formative Years S

Professional Life S

Presidency S

S S DC and US Territories quarters:

District of Columbia S

Puerto Rico S

Guam S

American Samoa S

US Virgin Islands S

Northern Mariana Islands S

S Sacagawea S

William Henry Harrison S

John Tyler S

James K. Polk S

Zachary Taylor S

$7.19 697,365
2010 S S S America the Beautiful quarters:

Hot Springs National Park S

Yellowstone National Park S

Yosemite National Park S

Grand Canyon National Park S

Mount Hood National Forest S

S Sacagawea S

Millard Fillmore S

Franklin Pierce S

James Buchanan S

Abraham Lincoln S

$6.91 585,401
2011 S S S Gettysburg National Park S

Glacier National Park S

Olympic National Park S

Vicksburg National Park S

Chickasaw Recreation Area S

S Sacagawea S

Andrew Johnson S

Ulysses S. Grant S

Rutherford B. Hayes S

James A. Garfield S

$6.91 574,175
2012 S S S El Yunque National Forest S

Chaco Culture National Historical Park S

Acadia National Park S

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park S

Denali National Park S

S Sacagawea S

Chester Arthur S

Grover Cleveland (1st term) S

Benjamin Harrison S

Grover Cleveland (2nd term) S

$6.91 395,443
2013 S S S White Mountain National Forest S

Perry’s Victory International Peace Memorial S

Great Basin National Park S

Fort McHenry National Monument S

Mount Rushmore National Memorial S

S Sacagawea S

William McKinley S

Theodore Roosevelt S

William Howard Taft S

Woodrow Wilson S

$6.91 419,720
2014 S S S Great Smoky Mountains National Park S

Shenandoah National Park S

Arches National Park S

Great Sand Dunes National Park S

Everglades National Park S

S Sacagawea S

Warren G. Harding S

Calvin Coolidge S

Herbert Hoover S

Franklin D. Roosevelt S

$6.91 429,493
2015 S S S Homestead National Monument of America S

Kisatchie National Forest S

Blue Ridge Parkway S

Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge S

Saratoga National Historical Park S

S Sacagawea S

Harry S. Truman S

Dwight D. Eisenhower S

John F. Kennedy S

Lyndon B. Johnson S

$6.91 387,414
2016 S S S Shawnee National Forest S

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park S

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park S

Theodore Roosevelt National Park S

Fort Moultrie S

S Sacagawea S

Richard M. Nixon S

Gerald R. Ford S

Ronald Reagan S

$5.91 369,849
2017 S S S Effigy Mounds National Monument S

Frederick Douglass National Historic Site S

Ozark National Scenic Riverways S

Ellis Island S

George Rogers Clark National Historical Park S

S S $2.91 358,085
2018 S S S Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore S

Apostle Islands National Lakeshore S

Voyageurs National Park S

Cumberland Island National Seashore S

Block Island National Wildlife Refuge S

S S $2.91 TBD
2019 S, W S S Lowell National Historical Park S

American Memorial Park S

War in the Pacific National Historical Park S

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park S

Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness S

S S $2.92 TBD

Limited Edition silver proof sets (2012–present)[edit]

Since 2012, the San Francisco Mint issued special limited edition Silver Proof Sets containing only the silver coins of the standard set, plus a proof American Silver Eagle. The sets have a mintage limit of 50,000 each.[22] No set was issued for 2015. Like the standard Silver Proof Set, all coins in the set are made with a composition of 99.9% starting in 2019.[23]

Limited Edition silver proof sets
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total face value Mintage

(Limit)

2012 Roosevelt dime

S

America the Beautiful quarters:

El Yunque National Forest S Chaco Culture National Historical Park S

Acadia National Park S

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park S

Denali National Park S

Kennedy half dollar

S

American Silver Eagle

W

$2.85 TBD
2013 S White Mountain National Forest S

Perry’s Victory International Peace Memorial S

Great Basin National Park S

Fort McHenry National Monument S

Mount Rushmore National Memorial S

S W $2.85 TBD
2014 S Great Smoky Mountains National Park S

Shenandoah National Park S

Arches National Park S

Great Sand Dunes National Park S

Everglades National Park S

S W $2.85 TBD
2016 S Shawnee National Forest S

Cumberland Gap National Historical Park S

Harpers Ferry National Historical Park S

Theodore Roosevelt National Park S

Fort Moultrie S

S W $2.85 TBD
2017 S Effigy Mounds National Monument S

Frederick Douglass National Historic Site S

Ozark National Scenic Riverways S

Ellis Island S

George Rogers Clark National Historical Park S

S S $2.85 TBD
2018 S Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore S

Apostle Islands National Lakeshore S

Voyageurs National Park S

Cumberland Island National Seashore S

Block Island National Wildlife Refuge S

S S $2.85 TBD
2019 S Lowell National Historical Park S

American Memorial Park S

War in the Pacific National Historical Park S

San Antonio Missions National Historical Park S

Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness S

S S $2.85 TBD


Prestige proof sets (1983–1997)[edit]

In 1983, the mint released a special mint set containing a commemorative dollar coin. This set, known as the Prestige proof set, was sold every year until 1997 (except 1985, when no commemorative coins were produced) containing a commemorative dollar coin and sometimes a commemorative half dollar.[24]

Prestige proof sets
Year 10¢ 25¢ 50¢ $1 Total face value Mintage
1983 Lincoln cent

S

Jefferson nickel

S

Roosevelt dime

S

Washington quarter

S

Kennedy half dollar

S

1984 Summer Olympics (1983)

S

$1.91 140,361
1984 S S S S S 1984 Summer Olympics (1984)

S

$1.91 316,680
1986 S S S S Kennedy S

Statue of Liberty S

Statue of Liberty

S

$2.41 599,317
1987 S S S S S United States Constitution

S

$1.91 435,495
1988 S S S S S 1988 Summer Olympics

S

$1.91 231,661
1989 S S S S Kennedy S

U.S. Congress Bicentennial S

U.S. Congress Bicentennial

S

$2.41 211,807
1990 S S S S S Dwight D. Eisenhower

S

$1.91 506,126
1991 S S S S Kennedy S

Mount Rushmore S

Mount Rushmore

S

$2.41 256,954
1992 S S S S Kennedy S

1992 Summer Olympics S

1992 Summer Olympics

S

$2.41 183,293
1993 S S S S Kennedy S

Bill of Rights S

Bill of Rights

S

$2.41 224,045
1994 S S S S Kennedy S

1994 World Cup S

1994 World Cup

S

$2.41 175,893
1995 S S S S Kennedy S

Civil War Battlefields S

Civil War Battlefields

S

$2.41 107,112
1996 S S S S Kennedy S

Olympics centennial (women's soccer) S

Olympics (men's rowing)

S

$2.41 55,000
1997 S S S S S U.S. Botanic Garden

S

$1.91 80,000

Other proof sets[edit]

50 State Quarters Proof Set[edit]

With the launch of the 50 State Quarters Program in 1999, the Mint began marketing proof sets of just the five quarters released in the given year. These sets are essentially a reduced version of the regular issue proof sets and the packaging maintained the same blue color scheme, but came in a smaller box and different certificate of authenticity. This collection ceased with the resolution of the program in 2008. These sets are usually denoted as the 5-piece sets from a given year. All issues were produced at the San Francisco Mint.[25]

50 State Quarters Silver Proof Set[edit]

The 50 State Quarters Proof Sets produced with the five quarters produced that year in 90% silver and again were the same as the year's Silver Proof Set but in a reduced red packaging and unique certificate of authenticity. All issues were produced at the San Francisco Mint.[25]

District of Columbia & U.S. Territories Quarters Proof Set[edit]

Upon completion of the 50 State Quarters Program, it was decided to honor Washington D.C. and the U.S. Overseas Territories in a similar manner. The District of Columbia and United States Territories Quarters allowed for the minting of six designs in 2009 and these were sold as a set. All were produced at the San Francisco Mint.

America the Beautiful Quarters Proof Set[edit]

The America the Beautiful Quarters program began in 2010 as a continuation of the 50 State Quarters and D.C. and Territories programs, allowing each state a representation in the nation's coinage. These sets are reduced versions of the United States Mint Proof Set and the packaging maintains the same burnt-orange color scheme, but came in a smaller box and different certificate of authenticity. All issues were produced at the San Francisco Mint.

America the Beautiful Quarters Silver Proof Set[edit]

The 50 State Quarters Proof Sets are also produced in 90% silver and again are the same as the year's Silver Proof Set but in a reduced navy-blue packaging and unique certificate of authenticity. All issues were produced at the San Francisco Mint.

Presidential $1 Coin Proof Set[edit]

With the launch of the Presidential $1 Coin Program, four dollar coins have been released each year since 2007 - each depicting a serving U.S. President. This set is the sleeve of dollar coins from regular issue mint sets on its own with reduced packaging and a different certificate of authenticity. The program ended in 2016 when all eligible presidents had been honored.[26]

50th Anniversary San Francisco Silver Proof Set[edit]

A special Silver Proof Set was issued by the San Francisco Mint in 2018. This set contained the same coins as the standard 2018 Silver Proof Set, but with a reverse cameo finish, and had an maximum authorized mintage of 200,000 sets.

Other modern proof coins[edit]

Some special proof coins were not included in any of the above mentioned proof sets, but were sold individually by the mint.

Other modern proof coins
Coin Mintage Notes
1994-P matte Jefferson nickel 167,703
1997-P matte Jefferson nickel 25,000 (25,000 authorized)
1998-S matte Kennedy half dollar 62,000
2014-P Kennedy half dollar TBD (225,000 authorized) Included in the 50th Anniversary Kennedy half dollar set
2014-W reverse cameo Kennedy half dollar TBD (225,000 authorized) Included in the 50th Anniversary Kennedy half dollar set
2014-W Kennedy half dollar (gold) TBD (75,000 authorized) Struck in .999 24 karat gold
2015-P reverse cameo Roosevelt dime 74,430 (75,000 authorized) Included in a mint set containing the March of Dimes commemorative dollar
2015-W Roosevelt dime (silver) 74,430 (75,000 authorized) Included in a mint set containing the March of Dimes commemorative dollar

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