1993 Bill of Rights Prestige Proof Set 7pc COA Box Silver Dollar Commemorative
United States Mint Prestige Sets consist of some of the rarest and most highly sought after proof sets in the history of the U.S. Mint. The Bill of Rights Prestige Proof Set contains 7 coins.
Prestige sets consist of the five U.S. circulating coins, along with the Commemorative coin from the year of issue. As they are made specifically for collectors, Prestige Sets are highly valued for their beauty and rarity. Each Prestige set comes with a certificate of authenticity and is in a beautiful holder that opens like a book.
This set includes the following coins and all were struck at the San Francisco Mint.
(1) Lincoln Cent
(1) Jefferson Nickel
(1) Roosevelt Dime
(1) Washington Quarter
(1) Kennedy Half Dollar
(1) Silver Half Dollar: Madison Drafting the Bill of Rights
(1) Silver Dollar: Portrait of James Madison
You are purchasing on the actual coins in the photographs. We guarantee these coins to be original. We are unable to provide grading for this piece as we are not coin dealers.
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