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They appear to sell for about US$7 or $8 each, although the less-common "Type 2" set goes for more like US$80 or $90. The difference between Type 1 and Type 2 is in the mintmark - In a Type 1 coin, the "S" mintmark is filled in (that is the area within the loops of the "S" is raised above the surface of the coin), whereas the Type 2 mintmark is clear and flat.

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

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.

Current retail price is $9.00 issue price was $9.00

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A 2004-S annual proof set is worth: $70-$80.

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.

The U.S. Mint did not issue a 1979 Silver Proof set. None of the coins contain any silver.

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.

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.

Current retail price is $9.00 issue price was $9.00