Why add this 2020-S U.S. Proof Coin Set and graded 2020-W Proof Jefferson Nickel to your collection?
The first ever proof Jefferson Nickel with West Point's "W" Mint mark was struck by the U.S. Mint in 2020, to be exclusively issued as a bonus coin with the annual San Francisco minted U.S. Proof Set. Additional 2020-W nickels, featuring reverse proof and uncirculated finishes, are expected to be in the upcoming Silver Proof Set and 20-coin U.S. Mint Set.
Exciting Designs for 2020
The classic circulating favorites are in the set, a Kennedy half dollar, Roosevelt dime and Lincoln cent, along with a newly designed Native American Dollar. The five America the Beautiful Quarters are also included, celebrating the National Park of American Samoa, Weir Farm National Historic Site in Connecticut, Salt River Bay National Historical Park and Ecological Preserve in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Vermont and Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve in Kansas. The final two coins of the set are the 2020-W and 2020-S Jefferson Nickels.
Gorgeous Proof Set with Virtually Flawless Proof 69 2020-W Jefferson Nickel
The Proof 2020-W Jefferson Nickel was received by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) for review within thirty days of release and deemed to be in nearly perfect Proof 69 condition. The proof is encapsulated in a sonically sealed NGC holder accompanied by a First Releases certification label. The ten-coin 2020-S U.S. Proof Set is ungraded and presented in the original packaging: two clear display cases housed in a commemorative box with a Mint issued Certificate of Authenticity.
Make this 2020-S U.S. Proof Coin Set with an impressively graded 2020-W Proof Jefferson Nickel your next purchase from ModernCoinMart!
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