Q: What is 2004 us proof set worth?

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If your proof set has 9 coins it is worth $15. If it has 5 state quarters it is worth $9. If it is a regular silver proof set it is worth $144.

Average retail price is $14.00

Current retail price of 14-piece Sliver Proof set is $61.00 issue price was $44.95

There are two different sets of coins released by the US Mint every year. The uncirculated coin set contains one coin of each denomination from the Philadelphia mint and Denver mint. These are called P-D sets. This set will have twice the number of coins as the proof set for the same year. For 1999, the uncirculated coin set has 18 coins total and is worth $23.00 according to numismedia.com. The proof set for 1999 contains 9 coins and is worth $55.00.

Issue price was $12.50, average retail value $25.00

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A 1973-S proof set is worth from $12 to $15.00.

If your proof set has 9 coins it is worth $15. If it has 5 state quarters it is worth $9. If it is a regular silver proof set it is worth $144.

There were two proof sets issued in 1987. The regular proof set is worth $11.00. The 'Prestige' proof set which included the 'Constitution Dollar' is worth $45.00.

As of 10/2009 a 1972 proof set is worth: $8.00 - $9.00.

Current average retail price is $15.00 Issue price was $15.95

A 1999 US Mint 50 State Quarters Proof Set is worth about five US dollars. However, a 1999-2008 US Mint 50 State Quarters Proof Set is worth about 100 US dollars.

The US Mint did not produce any proof sets in 1943.

About $15.

August 4, 2009 The 1961 US Proof Set sold for $2.10 when new and today it is valued at about $16.

June 28 2011>> It is worth $60.

The US Bicentennial Proof Set came in two versions: the normal set (1 cent thru dollar coin), and the silver 3-Coin Set (quarter, half dollar and dollar). The normal 5-coin Proof Set is worth about $7 retail - and the silver 3-coin set, $25.

Average retail price is $14.00