2020-S Silver Proof Sets sales at 183,456

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  1. ldhair

    ldhair Clean Supporter

    I really like the packaging. Looks much better than what was used in the past.
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  3. johnmilton

    johnmilton Well-Known Member

    Let's hope is does not promote tarnish which some of the mint packaging has done in the past.

    But, yes, the coins and the packaging are quite attractive. Of course they should be given that I ended up paying almost $70 for the set and the postage.
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  4. Ray Jackson

    Ray Jackson Member

    I’m having trouble with the mint, in general. The special coins are only “complimentary “ and if you don’t get yours, you’re s.o.l.! Ive missed out on one cent thus far, and just found out my silver sets got sidelined in shipping due to “damage”. I fear theft more than anything is what happened and ill be hurting once again! The mint is very adamant about it.
  5. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    I'm still waiting. The Mint said Saturday butbits still not in my hands.
  6. UncleScroge

    UncleScroge Well-Known Member

    I got my 3 sets Thursday. I'm happy.
  7. iontyre

    iontyre Active Member

    My W mint Nickel is not even full steps!!! Looks like they resurrected a jefferson reverse die form 1963.
  8. Jim Dale

    Jim Dale Well-Known Member

    I ordered my 2020 Silver Proof Set April 17th and it was delivered April 24th. Not bad for the Mint and the Virus. I paid $63.25. No shipping charge or sales tax. I paid $54.95 for the 2020 Silver Proof Set. I ordered it April 16th and it was delivered a week later. Don't get me wrong. Not all my orders were as nice as these were.
  9. ernie11

    ernie11 Member

    My two sets arrived pretty fast. The 2020-W Jeffersons both appeared to be full steps. But on one of them I didn't like the spot below the 'T' in Trust, and the pockmark on Jefferson's face.
  10. UncleScroge

    UncleScroge Well-Known Member

    You state that you paid two different prices for the 2020 Silver Proof Set! That doesn't make sense to me. Please explain.
  11. Murphy45p

    Murphy45p Active Member

    Nickels got me back into the hobby. Most are very affordable and nickel seems to wear better than silver. To me, reverse proofs are gimmicks, but I don't throw them out either.
  12. LakeEffect

    LakeEffect Average Circulated Supporter

    Just stumbled across this thread ...
    August 16 - silver proof set sales (w/nickel): 253,119
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  13. Jim Dale

    Jim Dale Well-Known Member

    You are right! I goofed. I was looking at something else. Thanks for catching that.
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