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Why order this U.S. 2019-S Proof Coin Set + 2019-W Proof Lincoln Cent?
U.S Proof Sets provide collectors with the opportunity to celebrate America's oft overlooked circulated coinage. Each edition of the proof set is unique, and the 2019 edition is all the more so thanks to the addition of the 2019-W Lincoln Cent Proof, one of three Lincoln Cents issued for 2019 to bear the prestigious "W" mint mark of the West Point Mint. 2019 is the first year in which any Lincoln Cents have borne that mint mark. Coins in the set itself include a Sacagawea Dollar, a Kennedy Half Dollar, a Roosevelt dime, a Jefferson nickel, a Lincoln cent, and the five 2019 editions of the America the Beautiful Series. Each coin in the set bears the "S" mint mark of the San Fransisco Mint. These coins come in their original packaging from the US Mint, but that packaging is not sealed.
Exquisite America the Beautiful Designs
The highlights of the set itself are the five 2019 coins of the America the Beautiful Series. Massachusetts, the Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Texas, and Idaho are represented by Lowell National Historical Park, American Memorial Park, War in the Pacific National Historical Park, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, and Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness, respectively.
The Sacagawea Dollar is also notable. While the obverse features her holding her son, Jean Baptiste, the reverse depicts an image that celebrates the contributions of Native Americans to the U.S space program. The other coins in the set and the W-mint mark Lincoln cent each bear portraits of presidents on the obverse and their traditional designs on the reverse.
Add this Proof 2019-S US Coin Set + 2019-W Lincoln Cent Proof to your collection today.
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The Nickel has a fascinating history that includes a four-year run of war nickels during some of America’s most challenging times (1942-1945). For all of its rich tradition, the coin has never featured the West Point Mint’s “W” mint mark… until now.