The current value of a 1962 US proof set is $29.
The current average value of a 1962 US proof set is $29.
The value of the set is dependent on condition. However, the proof set value is between $50 and $70 US.
Numismedia quotes a retail value of $19 as of 07/2009
11-8-11>> The current value of a 1978 US proof set is $9.
The current value is $9.
The current value is $4.
Average value is $8.00
August 9, 2009 If it is a US Proof Set is worth about $16. If it is an uncirculated Mint Set then its worth is about $26.
The 5 coin proof set has a value of $6, the 10 coin set has a value of $15 and the 10 coin silver set has a value of $48.
All US Proof sets of 1964 and before have silver coins in them, the current value of a 1959 set is $28.00.
As of 10/2009 a 1972 proof set is worth: $8.00 - $9.00.
As of 03/2012 a 1957 US proof set in its original pliofilm packet sells for about $35.
The 10 coin set has a retail value of $30.00-$35.00
The 2006s 10 coin proof set has a retail value of $31.00 issue price was $16.95
Current value of the 2003 10 piece Proof set is $10.00. Issue price was $19.95.
Current Red Book value is $150.
Current retail value is $30.00
Assuming it's a standard clad 1985 Proof set. Average retail value is $5.00. Issue price was $11.00.
With original Mint packaging retail is $30.00 for a Silver Proof Set
Currently, the retail value is about $9.
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.
All US Proof sets of 1964 and before have silver coins in them, the current value of a 1958 set is $43.00 issue price was $2.10
It's not a Proof set, no Proof coins were were struck in 1965-1967. The set is a "Special Mint Set" that has coins with semi-proof like surfaces with less design details. Issue price was $4.00 average retail value is $15.00.
As of 6/2012 the value is around 30 dollars.