# How much is a US Mint 1990 uncirculated coin set worth?

## How much is a US Mint 1990 uncirculated coin set worth?

1990 Uncirculated Mint Set Each set includes the ten coins issued for circulation during the year, with a collective face value of $1.82. The US Mint marketed and sold the sets to collectors for $7.00 per set. Some bargain hunting will uncover sets priced several dollars lower.

## How much are mint proof sets worth?

Modern U.S. Proof Set Coin Values

Date & Type | Total Sets Sold | Avg. Sell Value |
---|---|---|

1942 5-piece | 21,120 | $925.00 |

1942 6-piece | ^ | $950.00 |

1950 | 51,386 | $400.00 |

1951 | 57,500 | $410.00 |

**Are US coin proof sets worth anything?**

1970 proof sets offer at least two valuable proof varieties, including the 1970-S small date proof Lincoln cent, which has a value of about $35. Also in 1970 is the appearance of another no-S proof Roosevelt dime. The 1970 no-S proof Roosevelt dime has a value ranging from $600 to $2,500 at the time of writing.

**Are US Mint proof coins worth anything?**

Rarity: Proof coins are less common than general uncirculated coins, making them highly collectable. Value: Proof coins are typically considered more valuable (but this is not always the case). Condition: Proof coins are shipped in exceptional condition and are usually free from any visual blemishes.

### What are proof sets worth?

1939 Proof Set 1c-50c PR. Worth: $1,180 – $1,180.

### Are Old mint sets worth anything?

A glance at the pricing data reveals all mint sets made from 1947 through 1953 still in their original government packaging are worth $1,000 or more. Mint sets made from 1954 through 1958, which are more common, are also valuable, selling for about $450 and up.

**Are Old Mint sets worth anything?**

**Do mint sets increase in value?**

In the case of mint sets and proof sets made between 1960 and 1964, all have beaten inflation at current levels, and value percentage increases look even stronger for those sets when silver bullion prices hit near-record highs around 1980 and more recently in 2011.

#### Which is better mint or proof?

Proof coins showcase a greater depth of sharpness, definition, and detail than mint state coins. As PCGS explains, a proof coin is â€œusually struck from a specially prepared coin die on a specially prepared planchet.