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Uncirculated Coin Set 2007 (U07)

Uncirculated Coin Set 2007 (U07)
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The U.S. Mint began offering uncirculated mint sets for sale to collectors in 1947. 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.

The 2007 United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set contains two folders of 14 coins each, one from the United States Mint at Denver and the other from the United States Mint at Philadelphia.

This 2007 Uncirculated U.S. Mint coin set includes 28 coins:

  • 2 Lincoln cents
  • 2 Jefferson nickels
  • 2 Roosevelt dimes
  • 10 state quarters: 2 each for the states Montana, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah.
  • 2 Kennedy half dollars
  • 2 Sacagawea dollars
  • 8 Presidential dollars: 2 of each 2007 Presidential dollar commemorating Washington, J. Adams, Jefferson, and Madison.
One of each denomination struck at the Philadelphia and Denver branches of the U.S. Mint respectively.

Uncirculated coins are struck on special presses using greater force than circulating coins, producing a sharp, intricately detailed image, and feature the satin finish introduced in 2005. New packaging is introduced for the 2007 United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set. The coins are sealed in a blister and displayed in a folder. One folder contains coins bearing the "P" mint mark and the other contains coins bearing the "D" mint mark. The coin folders are enhanced with newly designed scenic views of the Philadelphia and Denver areas.

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