Now of course, a 1944 nickel mint set isn't all that hard to obtain. With only three coins and millions of each minted they aren't all that unique. Any collector can acquire all three or many of all three in mostly all grades. Really the only thing special about them is the fact they weren't minted in nickel, but the WWII alloy of silver and manganese. Unfortunately, this "mint set" contains no coins. What makes this set possibly unique, is the lack of collectors that collect these items and the fact that these items can be difficult to obtain from this age and older. Typically when I find one of these WWII or older, I tend to buy them. Honestly, I didn't even realize I had the Denver and Philly ones until after I recently obtained one from San Francisco. So without further ado, my newest US Mint bag and my complete 1944 Nickel bag mint set.