Why should you add this 1976 United States Mint special 3-piece Silver Set to your collection?
1976 was the bicentennial of the United States. This massive achievement was celebrated all over the country, and even with a special set released from the U.S. Mint! This stunning set was issued from 1975-1976, composed of three 40% silver coins dated "1776-1976": a Washington Quarter, a Kennedy Half Dollar, and Eisenhower Dollar. What is particularly special about these coins is that they were minted with special reverse designs commemorating the Bicentennial!
What is the special designs on these bicentennial commemoratives?
The Washington Quarter depicts a colonial drummer from the revolutionary war. Around the designs are the inscriptions "UNITED STATES of AMERICA," "QUARTER DOLLAR," and "E PLURIBUS UNUM."
The Kennedy Half Dollar shows Independence Hall. It is surrounded by the inscriptions "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "HALF DOLLAR," "200 YEARS OF FREEDOM," "INDEPENDENCE HALL," and "E PLURIBUS UNUM."
The Eisenhower Dollar depicts the moon in the background, with the Liberty Bell in the foreground. Encircling this design are the inscriptions "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "ONE DOLLAR," and "E PLURIBUS UNUM."
Original Mint packaging in Brilliant Uncirculated condition
These coins are still in their original packaging from the U.S. Mint. While this does mean they are a perfect collector's item, you should expect toning or other aging effects as this packaging was not intended to preserve. Depiste these affects, these coins are untouched by human hands, and are in Brilliant Uncirculated condition!
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PLEASE NOTE: This U.S. Mint product was not purchased by us directly from the Mint but from collectors like you and other dealers. We make every effort to make sure the packaging is acceptable and that the coins are problem free. You may, however, receive coins that have toning or haze. This occurs naturally over time and is common to see. There may be some imperfections in packaging due to the sets leaving one collection to go into another. Please keep this in mind when examining your sets.