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United States Mint 2015 Proof Coin Set

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SAN FRANCISCO •S•

The much-anticipated 2015 United States Mint Proof Set is here — complete with 14 coins in proof finish each bearing the “S” mint mark of the United States Mint at San Francisco! Included are four Presidential $1 Coins, five coins from the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program, one Native American $1 Coin, one Kennedy half dollar, one Roosevelt dime, one Jefferson nickel and one Lincoln penny. This set is available today!  Buy It Now!

Image/Copy:  U.S. Mint

America’s Founding Fathers 2012 Currency Set | Now Available

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The Bureau of Engraving and Printing proudly presents America’s Founding Fathers 2012 Currency Set.   Each historic set features a Series 2009 $1 note and a Series 2003A $2 note bearing the portraits of George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, respectively.  Both currency notes are from the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis and have matching serial numbers beginning with “2012.”  This historic set is attractively packaged in a tri-fold folder, and each note is protected by a clear acid-free polymer sleeve.

Own a part of currency history by purchasing the America’s Founding Fathers 2012 Currency Set, during the pre-release period of February 21 – March 4, 2012.  After the pre-release period expires, household purchase restrictions are waived.  There is a limit of 50 sets per household during the pre-release period.  This exclusive set is limited to 9,000.

Act now and be among the first to own this historic, presidential set.  The America’s Founding Fathers 2012 Currency Set is $19.95.  Bulk pricing is available at $16.95 for quantities of 50 or more.  Get yours here!

This product is offered during calendar year 2012 only. 

Image/Copy:  B.E.P.

The New Jefferson Nickel | 1938

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Inspect designs for new Jefferson nickel. Washington, D.C., April 20. Prominent and obscure sculptors from all over the country have entered models in the competition being conducted by the Treasury Department, Procurement Division, to select a design for a new five-cent coin to be known as the “Jefferson Nickel”. Mrs. Nellie Tayloe Ross, (right) Director of the Mint, and Edward Bruce Chief, Treasury Dept. Procurement Division, Section of Painting and Sculpture, a few of the 390 models entered. A prize of $1,000 will be awarded to the winner, 4/20/38.  Check out other Coinologist archive photo posts here.

Source: Library of Congress

Written by Robert L. Wilson

October 12, 2011 at 7:12 am

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