2005 US Mint Uncirculated Coin Set

Item Number: 72086
Product Type:  Mint Set
Size: Various Round
Material: Various uncirculated
Price: $8.99
 

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2005 US Mint Uncirculated Coin Set

Uncirculated U.S. Mint coin sets are the perfect gift for any coin collector. Give to someone as an anniversary or birthday gift they’ll treasure for a lifetime. You can even join the popular tradition of starting your collection on a loved one’s birth year, and continue buying mint sets to commemorate every year thereafter.

Select from the years 1959-64 or 1968-2008 and start or complete your collection today.

These complete sets of U.S. Mint coins feature uncirculated specimens in every domination for the year of issue.  Each unique set represents coins minted for regular commerce by the U.S. Mint. Collectors can be assured that these coins will arrive sealed in the original U.S. Mint packaging.

The U.S. Mint began offering uncirculated mint sets for sale to collectors over 60 years ago. The number of uncirculated “business strike” coins included in each set varies from year to year. In certain years, uncirculated U.S. Mint sets contained coins that were only produced to fill these U.S. Mint sets and were not released for commerce. These select sets can offer a high value to the owner because of their quality and investment demand.

This 2005 Uncirculated U.S. Mint coin set includes 22 coins:
• 2 Lincoln cents
• Four Westward Journey Series Nickels*
• 2 Roosevelt dimes
• 10 state quarters: 2 each for the states California, Minnesota, Oregon, Kansas, and West Virginia.
• 2 Kennedy half dollars
• 2 Sacagawea dollars

One of each denomination struck at the Philadelphia and Denver branches of the U.S. Mint respectively.

*Special Features: Includes two each of the 2005 special-edition “Bison” and “Ocean-In-View” Nickels struck at the Philadelphia and Denver branches of the U.S. Mint as part of the Westward Journey series.  Also, the dies used in the 2005 uncirculated mint sets were specially treated to give every coin in the set a crisp, satin finish.