U.S. Mint Sets
The United States Mint strikes its uncirculated coins on special presses that use greater force than those used to produce circulating coins. This technique results in a sharp, intricately detailed coins.
The United States Mint has created annual sets of uncirculated coins for collectors widely known as Mint Sets AKA (Uncirculated Sets) since 1947. Amidst a few interruptions and several changes in format, this popular collector set continues to the present day. The useful numismatic product allows collectors to have one example of each coin issued for circulation within a complete set issued by the US Mint.
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This 1969 United States Mint Set contains one of each coin, in circulation, produced at both the Philadelphia and Denver Mints during that year. It also includes the 1969-S Lincoln cent struck at San Francisco. These coins struck in brilliant uncirculated condition and each set contains two 40% silver Kennedy Half Dollars.