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Uncirculated mint sets have been issued officially by the United States Mint since 1947. Each coin set contains an uncirculated specimen of that year’s circulating coins. These coins will not receive any special treatments from mint personnel. But there were exceptions made for special mint sets between 1965 and 1967 due to coin shortage. Uncirculated coin sets received a “satin finish” from 2005, continuing towards 2010.

History Of Uncirculated Coins

In 1792 the congress passed the Coinage Act, establishing the first national mint in the United States. Congress chose Philadelphia as the site of the first mint. Since then, the coin collectors have been interested in the sold coins. The government specially packaged the uncirculated mint sets for sale in 1947. They contained uncirculated coins for each of the denominations produced for general circulation. There was no consideration for the quality of the coins that were placed in the uncirculated mint sets. From 2005 to 2010, mint sets were made with coins with a special satin finish rather than the traditional business strike finish. The coins not included in the uncirculated mint sets were proof specimens and commemorative coins. No official uncirculated mint sets were produced in 1950, 1982, and 1983. Any mint sets from these years were assembled by private individuals and not the U.S. Mint.

In any condition, all Mint sets dated 1947 to 1958 and 1970-S small date Lincoln sets are worth more than common mint sets. However, these coins and their original U.S. Mint packages need to be kept together when selling.

Even now, you can buy the most recent uncirculated Mint sets directly from the U.S. Mint. Other recently issued mint sets are available online or from your favorite coin dealer near the original issue price. The 2019 mint set has twenty coins and made its debut at $21.95. Last year’s set launched with a product limit of 213,000, which was said to be the scarcest in the set’s program history. This set holds six more coins. According to the U.S. Mint, there are no mintage, household, or order limits in place for the uncirculated 2021 mint set. This marks a return on the standard policy, which was bypassed last year due to the adjustments made for the COVID-19 pandemic.

2021 Uncirculated U.S. Mint Set

The United States Mint released the 2021 uncirculated coin set for $25.25. This year’s set contains 7 coins from the U.S. Mint facility in Denver and 7 coins from the U.S. Mint facility in Philadelphia. All of them come attached to presentation folders. The Philadelphia mint produces coins in a blue folder, and Denver produces coins in a red folder. The set also comes with a U.S. Mint certificate of authenticity. The sets complete collection of uncirculated coins include

  • 2021 P&D Native Americans in the U.S. Military Native American $1 Coins

  • 2021 P&D Kennedy Half Dollars

  • 2021 P&D Tuskegee Airman Quarters for Alabama

  • 2021 P&D General George Washington Crossing the Delaware Quarters

  • 2021 P&D Roosevelt Dimes

  • 2021 P&D Jefferson Nickels

  • 2021 P&D Lincoln Cents

The three unique one year old designs within the set are

  • The Tuskegee Airman quarter for Alabama features the final design from the Mint’s 56 coin series of America, the beautiful quarter dollar.

  • Native American dollars usually offer a single-year reverse design. This year’s design celebrates the Native American military service.

  • General George Washington crossing the Delaware design will be replaced in 2022 with the debut of the four-year program of quarters honoring contributions made by women to the development and history of the nation.

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