Why Choose This 1976-S U.S. Silver Bicentennial Proof Set?
The clad version of the 1976 U.S. proof set was very popular, so popular that over 4,000,000 of them were produced. This set was a close second in popularity, 3,998,600 of these were sold by the U.S. Mint. The 1976-S silver proof set is not like other proof sets. During the time when this set was released, it was not normal for silver proof sets to be offered like they are today.
This 1976-S silver U.S. proof set contains 3 coins. Each of the coins are 40% silver by weight. The largest is a bicentennial Eisenhower dollar. This set also contained a bicentennial Kennedy half dollar and a bicentennial Washington quarter. While many people don’t have a definitive preference or don’t notice a difference, there are many collectors who prefer the look of silver proof coins to clad.
This 3 coin silver proof set from 1976 is still in its original packaging. The packaging may show signs of age or wear since it was purchased from secondary sources. The coins are in GEM proof condition, but they may exhibit natural signs of aging.
Order a 1976-S U.S. bicentennial silver proof set for your collection while they’re available.
|Year of Issue:||1976|
|Packaging:||Original Government Packaging|
|Legal Tender:||United States|