How much are my U.S. Special Mint Sets worth?

About Special Mint Sets

The United States Mint temporarily halted production of both proof sets and standard mint sets from 1965 through 1967, but in their place were issued so-called "Special Mint Sets" which bear a single coin of each denomination. Coins in the 1965 Special Mint Set range in quality, with some bearing dull, matte surfaces and a relative few containing coins with dazzling proof-like finishes. The quality of the coins in the Special Mint Sets was noticeably improved in 1966 and 1967, with most pieces from those years exhibiting neatly mirror-like fields and -- in some cases -- frosted cameo devices.

U.S. Coin Values

1965 SMS

U.S. Coin Values

1966 SMS

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U.S. Coin Values

1967 SMS

U.S. Coin Values

2017 Enhanced

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