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Why purchase this First Day of Issue 2020-W Proof Jefferson Nickel and 2020-S U.S. Mint Proof Coin Set?
The U.S. Mint continues its effort to exploit the joy of coin collecting with the release of its first ever Jefferson Nickel proof coin graced with the prestigious "W" Mint mark of the West Point Mint. The 2020-W Jefferson Nickel is issued exclusively as a bonus to the 2020-S U.S. Proof Set struck at the San Francisco Mint. The proof coin is the first of three "W" nickels scheduled for 2020 release.
Beautifully Detailed Designs
The set includes a 2020 Kennedy half dollar, Roosevelt dime, Jefferson nickel and Lincoln penny. America the Beautiful Quarters honoring national parks in American Samoa, Connecticut, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Vermont and Kansas are also included, as well as the 2020 $1 coin honoring Native American Elizabeth Peratrovich's contributions to the passage of history-making anti-discrimination laws. The final coin of the set is the 2020-W Jefferson Nickel.
GEM Proof Nickel and Set with First Day of Issue Labels
Each coin in the set has been certified by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) to be in exceptional GEM Proof condition. The 2020-S Proof Set is presented as received from the Mint, in two clear display cases affixed with NGC's First Day of Issue (FDI) authentication labels, accompanied by a U.S. Mint Certificate of Authenticity. The 2020-W Jefferson Nickel GEM Proof is sealed in a NGC holder featuring a FDI certification label.
Purchase this beautiful First Day of Issue 2020-S U.S. Mint GEM Proof Coin Set with its companion 2020-W Proof Jefferson Nickel from MCM today!
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