Q: What is the value of a 1996 set of uncirculated coins?

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The set needs to be seen for an accurate value. A complete set of Lincoln cents from 1938 to 1959 has 62 coins in it.

Your set is uncirculated but not proof. Proof coins are specially-struck with a mirrorlike finish, and are made only at the San Francisco Mint. The P and D sets are taken from normal circulation strikes. As of 12/2010 its value is about $8.

The 1986 Uncirculated Mint Set sold for $7 in 1986 and today is valued at $16.

Uncirculated coins go through the normal minting process, but are then removed and placed into sets for collectors. Proof coins are made on specialized dies to achieve better detail and more shine in the finish.

The current value of a 1950 proof set is $750.

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If you have obtained an annual uncirculated 1975 yearly set, its present value is: $15.00.

The 1970 Uncirculated US Mint Set is valued at $18.

These coins are no longer in circulation since Irelands changeover to the Euro in 2002. Unless they are part of a Proof or Uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or Uncirculated coins and in absolute mint condition, they have little or no value.

These coins are no longer in circulation since Irelands changeover to the Euro in 2002. Unless they are part of a Proof or Uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or Uncirculated coins and in absolute mint condition, they have little or no value.

The set needs to be seen for an accurate value. A complete set of Lincoln cents from 1938 to 1959 has 62 coins in it.

The 1977 US Mint Set (12 coins) has a retail value of $10.00

The current value of a 1980 P-D-S Mint set is $8.00.

1975 Proof sets are valued at $11.00.

Your coin is possibly an Eire (Irish) nickel-bronze 20 Pence coin with the Irish Harp on the front and the horse on the reverse, although there was no issue of 1996 coins. These coins are no longer in circulation since Irelands changeover to the Euro in 2002. Unless they are part of a Proof or Uncirculated mint set or are individual Proof or Uncirculated coins and in absolute mint condition, they have little or no value.

Assuming you are referring to a 22-coin set of uncirculated coins, it currently is worth about $325.00

Any value would depend on whether they are Mint Uncirculated, Proof, Year Sets, or circulation coins and what condition they might be in.

About ~20 cents over face value as a set. They contain no silver and uncirculated sets (Even more so than proof sets!) have very little collector demand at the moment. So you should add up the face value of all the coins in the set then add 20 cents to that and that is about the value of the set (assuming it is in mint packaging).