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1912-P U.S. Proof PCGS PR64-PR67 5-Pc Set
A Titanic Set of Vintage 1912 Proofs
Only 57 sets in the entire world can be put together with a 1912 Red Cent -- and this is one of them! Every one of these coins was struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 1912, the year that a not-so-small ship named the Titanic set out on its first and only voyage, carrying 2,227 enthusiastic passengers and crew. Of course, as the history books and Hollywood have shown, the massive steamship did not complete her historic trip from Southampton, England to New York City. On the evening of April 14, the "unsinkable" ocean liner hit an iceberg and sunk in the early hours of the next day. Only 705 would survive the freezing waters of the Atlantic.
Painstakingly collected, this set collects five U.S. Proof coins from the year of that tragic accident, all graded by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). With this set you'll receive a half-dollar graded Proof-66 (PR66), a quarter-dollar graded Proof-67 (PR67) and a 10 cent piece graded PR66, all featuring Lady Liberty on their obverse and all struck in 90% fine silver. You'll also receive a copper-nickel 5 cent piece in stunning PR66 Cameo condition, which also features Lady Liberty on the obverse, and finally the highly sought-after Lincoln Wheat Ear penny in Proof-64 Red (PR64 RD) condition.
Every single one of these Vintage 1912 Proofs comes sonically sealed in a protective acrylic holder to protect its provenance forever. Which is good news, because all three of the 90% silver coins have a limited mintage of only 700! Imagine how few of those coins must still exist more than 100 years later, especially in such beautiful condition.
Don't let this historic set sail by -- strike now and order yours today!
|Year of Issue||1912|
|Composition||Silver, Copper-Nickel - CuNi, Copper|
|Grade||PR64, PR65, PR66, PR67|
|Denomination||0.01, 0.05, 0.10, 0.25, 0.50|
|Mint Name||Philadelphia - P|