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1974 US Mint Sets

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If you are a current coin collector, or looking to start your collection, then US Mint Sets are exactly what you should be checking out! These coins are in brilliant uncirculated condition and the sets contain specimens of each of the coins used in circulation in the given year. They contain coins from 3 different US Mint branch facilities, and are packaged in 2 sealed cellophane packets. The 1974 Mint Sets contain 13 coins, including the Eisenhower Dollar. Unlike 1973 when the Eisenhower Dollar was minted exclusively for inclusion in the sets, the 1974 Eisenhower Dollar was also issued for general circulation. Silver.com currently has these 1974 US Mint Sets available for purchase online.

Coin Highlights:

  • Set delivered in sealed cellophane packaging!
  • Set consists of thirteen 1974 coins from the US Mint!
  • Total of 1,975,981 mint sets were issued in 1974.
  • Obverse and reverse designs are unique to each denomination.
  • Face value in US dollars is displayed on each coin.
  • Please note – the outer envelope/sleeve/box may be missing from some sets.
  • Also note – the packaging of some sets may not be in perfect condition.

Mint Set sales were increasing annually leading up to their record high to date sales of 2,750,000 sets in 1972. The US Mint then added 2 more coins to the set, but more importantly, increased the issue price of sets by $2.50, which led to a significant decline in sales for 1973. Sales fell to 1,767,691 sets in 1973 – almost 1 million fewer. Coin collectors’ desire to add these beautiful uncirculated coins to their collections though led to an increase in sales in 1974, selling 1,975,981 sets.

The 1974 US Mint Set includes 13 uncirculated coins, separated into 2 packages. Distinguished by its red edging, the package from the Denver Mint includes 6 coins. There is one each of the Lincoln Cent, Jefferson Nickel, Roosevelt Dime, Washington Quarter, Kennedy Half Dollar, and Eisenhower Dollar. Distinguished by its blue edging, the other package includes a total of 7 coins – 6 from the Philadelphia Mint and 1 from the San Francisco Mint. There is one each of the Lincoln Cent, Jefferson Nickel, Roosevelt Dime, Washington Quarter, Kennedy Half Dollar, and Eisenhower Dollar from the Philadelphia Mint and one Lincoln Cent from the San Francisco Mint. This was the last year any San Francisco Mint coins were included in these uncirculated Mint Sets.

The packaging of the sets has not changed significantly in years. The outer envelope, if included, says U.S. MINT and 1974 Uncirculated Coin in the upper left-hand corner.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Year: 1974

Mint Mark: Not Shown

Manufacturer: US Mint

Condition: Uncirculated

Face Value: $0.91

Issuing Country: United States

Edge Design: Reeded

Packaging Type: Mint Envelope

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