Why Choose This 1960 U.S. Proof Set to Add to Your Collection Next?
It is widely known that silver was removed from circulating U.S. coinage after 1964. This 1960 proof set isn’t the same as the silver proof sets offered by the U.S. Mint today, it just happens to be from a time when silver was in circulation. The U.S. Mint produced 1,691,692 of these proof sets. This is a reasonably high figure for the year. The 1960 U.S. proof set is one of the more affordable options among older proof sets.
This 1960 U.S. Mint proof set is still in its original Mint packaging. Since this product was purchased from secondary sources, wear and imperfections in the packaging should be expected.
There are 5 coins in this 1960 U.S. proof set along with a U.S. Mint token. This set includes a Franklin half, Washington quarter, Roosevelt dime, Jefferson nickel, and Lincoln cent. These coins are in GEM proof condition, but may show signs of age. This is normal.
Proof sets this old aren’t always available, order this 1960 U.S. Mint proof set for your collection while you can.
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