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Why add this First Day of Issue 2017-S U.S. Mint Proof Coin Set to your collection?
The Proof Coin Set is an annual release of the United States Mint which features circulation coinage minted with a high contrast proof finish. This set includes ten 2017 dated coins, each bearing the "S" Mint mark of the San Francisco Mint.
2017 America the Beautiful Quarters with Classic United States Coinage Designs
The set includes a Kennedy half dollar, Roosevelt dime, Jefferson nickel and a Lincoln cent, as well as the five 2017 America the Beautiful Quarter designs honoring Effigy Mounds National Monument in Iowa, Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in Washington, DC, Ozark National Scenic Riverways in Missouri, Ellis Island in New Jersey and George Rogers Clark National Historical Park in Indiana. The Native American Dollar featuring the likeness of Sequoyah is the final coin of the set.
NGC Certified First Day of Issue GEM Proof Set in Original Government Packaging
This ten-coin 2017-S U.S. Mint Proof Coin Set was submitted to Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) for review within twenty four hours of release. The set is presented as originally packaged by the Mint in two display cases affixed with NGC's First Day of Issue certification labels. Expect each coin to be in GEM Proof condition, featuring a superior strike with exceptional frosted and mirrored finishes. A U.S. Mint Certificate of Authenticity is included with the set.
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This 2017-S U.S. Proof Coin Set NGC GEM Proof FDI OGP is proudly minted by the U.S. Mint. The United States Mint was founded in 1792 and manufactures circulating, collectible, and bullion coinage.
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The U.S mint began releasing annual proof sets in 1936 that included one proof of each coin that was struck for circulation that year. The practice continues to this day with many collectors considering the annual proof set a ‘must get’ every year.