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Why purchase this First Day of Issue 2020-S U.S. Mint Proof Coin Set with a 2020-W Jefferson Nickel?
The U.S. Mint has issued collectible proof sets for more than fifty years. The 2020 release of the San Francisco minted U.S. Proof Set includes a bonus coin: the first ever Jefferson nickel in the history of the series to be struck with West Point's "W" Mint mark. The proof coin is one of three 2020-W nickels scheduled for release in the Mint's annual sets. The Proof 2020-W Jefferson Nickel is exclusive to the 2020-S Proof Coin Set.
Eleven Spectacular Proof Coins
In addition to the exciting 2020-W nickel, the set includes a Kennedy half dollar, Roosevelt dime, Jefferson nickel and Lincoln penny, the 2020 America the Beautiful Quarters commemorating sites in American Samoa, Connecticut, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Vermont and Kansas, as well as the 2020 Native American $1 coin, each struck at the San Francisco Mint, featuring the "S" Mint mark.
First Day of Issue GEM Proof Set with a Flawless 2020-W Jefferson Nickel
This 2020-S U.S. Mint Proof Set was submitted to Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) for review within the first twenty-four hours of release, earning the coveted First Day of Issue designation. The ten San Francisco minted coins are encapsulated in two original Mint display cases and judged to be in GEM Proof condition. Presented in a labeled NGC holder, the 2020-W Proof Jefferson Nickel was awarded the perfect grade of Proof 70. The set is accompanied by a U.S. Mint issued Certificate of Authenticity.
This First Day of Issue 2020-S U.S. Mint GEM Proof Coin Set with a perfectly graded "W" Mint marked Jefferson Nickel will make an outstanding addition to your collection!
|Year of Issue:||2020|
|Grade:||PF70 + Gem Proof|
|Release Type:||First Day of Issue|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
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.