Q: What Is the value of a us mint proof set 1963?

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These sell in internet auctions for about 18.50.

The 1963 proof set is rather common, but the half-dollar, dime and quarter were all struck in 90% silver which gives it value. It is worth around $17-24 or so.

You didn't say whether you have individual coins, an uncirculated set, or a proof set. If it's separate coins, as of 12/2008 the values are: Half: $8.40 Quarter: $3.75 Dime: $1.75 Nickel: $0.20 Cent: $0.05 If it's an uncirculated set, the value of the full package is about $15 for a set from either Mint, Philadelphia or Denver. If it's a proof set, $18.

No circulation Franklin half dollar is rare, and with the rise of silver prices it is worth about $15 in scrap silver unless it is a proof or in a mint set.

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The complete 1963 mint set has a value of $40.

With original Mint packaging retail is $30.00 for a Silver Proof Set

The U.S. Mint does not make "proof mint sets" of any year. The two types of sets have very different coins in them. A 1980 PROOF set has a current value of $5.00 and was issued for $10.00. A MINT set has a value of $8.00 and was issued for $9.00.

July 9, 2009 The Uncirculated US Mint set is valued at about $15. The 2005 US Mint Proof set is valued at about $25. The 2005 US Mint Proof set is valued at about $42.

July 9, 2009 The Uncirculated US Mint set is valued at about $15. The 2005 US Mint Proof set is valued at about $25. The 2005 US Mint Proof set is valued at about $42.

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.

Current value of the 2003 10 piece Proof set is $10.00. Issue price was $19.95.

The 2006s 10 coin proof set has a retail value of $31.00 issue price was $16.95

Need to know if "sets" are Mint issue Proof or Uncirculated sets, please post new question.

A normal 1991 S proof set is worth $9. A 1991 S proof prestige set is worth $51.

There is no record of the Royal Mint having produced a "gold" Proof set in 1974, only the usual Proof set. Royal Mint gold Proof sets issued from 1980 contain only the "Sovereign" coinage.

In original box as issued from the Mint retail value is $84.00, issue price was 19.95