Silver Proof Set Mintages vs Market Value (1999-2013)

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  1. Barry (Mister B.)

    Barry (Mister B.) New Member

    Are rolled , uncirculated coins , typically worth much , i understan that different coins demand different prices , but for a beginner collector , is that a good place to start
     
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  3. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Save a roll here and there. Uncirculated roll coins will be worth the 100 year wait to open
     
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  4. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Think my ma saved some 70’s
     
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  5. Barry (Mister B.)

    Barry (Mister B.) New Member

    100 year wait ? I dont have that much time
     
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  6. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    There’s your answer
     
  7. Dug13

    Dug13 Well-Known Member

    Phil Ham : Thanks for the update.
     
  8. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    As 2021 ends, I thought it time for another update of the silver proof sets (value vs mintage) from 1992 to present. Many of the silver sets from 2000-2008 are selling for a little over intrinsic value. The 2020 set will probably be the low ebb on mintage with the 2021 sales probably over taking it in early 2021. The 2012 and 2020 sets are selling well above the original price from the. The mint's increase in price in 2021 of the silver proof set was not well received considering the reduction in silver in the set from 5 to 2 quarters coupled with the $42 price increase. A table and chart for your viewing pleasure:

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  9. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    As 2022 ends, I thought it time for another update of the silver proof sets (value vs mintage) from 1992 to present. Many of the silver sets from 2000-2008 are selling for a little over intrinsic value. The 2020 set will probably be the low ebb on mintage with the 2021 sales probably over taking it in 2022. It should be noted that the set included only 2 silver quarters with an increased price. The 2012 set is selling well above the original price from the. A table and chart for your viewing pleasure:

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  10. Phil Ham

    Phil Ham Hamster

    Here is my 2023 silver proof set.

    2023 Silver Proof Set (Obverse).jpg 2023 Silver Proof Set (Reverse).jpg
     
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  11. erscolo

    erscolo Well-Known Member

    I have purchased one of each of these from their inception in 1992 through 2023. The ones from 1992-1998 are in the prestige packaging, the nicest packaging the mint has come up with for these. I purchase one to have one for my collection, along with the clad proof sets and innovation dollar proof sets. Thank you for keeping this thread's statistics up to date.
     
  12. CoinCorgi

    CoinCorgi Tell your dog I said hi!

    Is there any premium above the values in your table for the "Premium Silver Proof" sets (the sets with a fancier box?)?

    I was gifted a 1998 Premier Silver Proof Set as well as the plain ol' Silver Proof Set.

    US Silver Proof Set 1992, 1994-1998.jpg

    From the 2015 Red Book it appears there is no premium for the Premier Set...
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    Last edited: Aug 29, 2023
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  13. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Check them out now @Phil Ham
     
  14. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Should have bought silver set. I feel ya. I bought a basketball coin from the mint. Got the cheapest one they had. Just had to have one and I ain’t going to get one roll hunting We all do it
     
  15. LakeEffect

    LakeEffect Average Circulated Supporter

    Same coins in the same lens, so no premium (I guess) unless somebody values the padded clamshell case.

    I suppose it's correct to view total mintage numbers from 1992-98 as the sum of the two issues, since they're the same even though they're different.o_O
     
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