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1998 United States Mint Set
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- 1+ $9.95 $9.66
1998-PD Mint Set
Mint Set sales rebounded slightly in 1998, jumping back over the 1 million mark, thanks to the increased demand for the last of the original Washington Quarter design.
About the sets: The coins in the 1998-PD Mint Sets were Uncirculated pieces pulled from regular production runs, thus the quality of the individual coins varies widely from set to set, and even within a set.
The 1998-PD Mint Set contained ten coins, including the following:
|1998-PD Mint Set||Cent||Nickel||Dime||Quarter||Half Dollar||One Dollar|
One example of each of the following Quarters from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints: Delaware Quarter (Copper-Nickel Clad), Pennsylvania Quarter (Copper-Nickel Clad), New Jersey Quarter (Copper-Nickel Clad), Georgia Quarter (Copper-Nickel Clad), and Connecticut Quarter (Copper-Nickel Clad).
Mintage: 1,187,325 sets
Original packaging: The 1998-PD Mint Set consisted of two pliofilm packs. The first one contained the Philadelphia Mint coins and a Cent-sized token with a large "P" (for Philadelphia), while the second pack contained coins from the Denver Mint, plus a token with a large letter "D." The pack containing the D-Mint coins was edged in red; the pack containing the P-Mint coins was edged in blue. The two pliofilm packs and a card listing the specifications for each coins were then sealed in an officially inscribed light blue mailing envelope.
America in 1998
Titanic became the most financially successful movie of all time, and captured 11 Academy Awards. The U.S. House of Representatives impeached President Clinton. Senator John Glenn returned to space at the age of 77.
The World in 1998
India and Pakistan conducted nuclear tests. The European Union agreed on a new currency called the Euro.
|Year of Issue||1998|
|Mint Name||Philadelphia - P|
|Coin Weight||31.07 Grams - g|