2007 United States Mint Set

2007 United States Mint Set
2007 United States Mint Set 2007 United States Mint Set 2007 United States Mint Set 2007 United States Mint Set 2007 United States Mint Set
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2007-PD Mint Set

About the sets: The coins in the 2007-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 2007-PD Mint Set contained twenty-eight coins, including the following:

2007-PD Mint Set Cent Nickel Dime Quarter Half Dollar One Dollar
Philadelphia 1 1 1 5 1 5
Denver 1 1 1 5 1 5

 

One example of each of the following from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints: Montana Quarter, Washington Quarter, Idaho Quarter, Wyoming Quarter, and Utah Quarter (all Copper-Nickel Clad). The first four Presidential Dollars are George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Madison (Copper-Nickel Clad).

Mintage: 895,628 sets

About the sets: The 2007-PD Mint Set is highly collectible for two major reasons: First, it features the very first Presidential Dollars from the new ongoing U.S. Mint series, in which four new Presidential Dollar coins were issued annually. Each Presidential Dollar was issued in the order of Presidential terms of office. They feature the same golden alloy used for the Sacagawea Dollar. The second reason for this set's collectability is that it marks the first appearance of the colorful blister pack presentation folders, which replaced the Mylar® packaging of the past.

Original packaging: The 2007-PD Mint Set consisted of two different sets in two blister-style folders. The blue folder contains coins from the Philadelphia Mint, the red folder contains coins from the Denver Mint. Each folder contains the Cent, Nickels, Dime, Half Dollar, and Dollar, alongside the following five 2007 Quarters from the 50 State Quarters® program: Montana, Washington, Idaho, Wyoming, and Utah. Completing each folder are the four 2007 Presidential Dollars: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, and Madison.

America in 2007

Nancy Pelosi becomes the first female Speaker of the United States House of Representatives. For the first time in the 23-year history of the modern version of the popular game show Jeopardy!, a three-way tie occurred. Bob Barker airs his last episode of The Price is Right. The Texas Rangers score thirty runs in one game, setting the modern (post–1900) MLB record for most runs by one team in a single game.

The World in 2007

There is a Taliban suicide attack at Bagram Air Base in Iraq, while Vice President of the United States, Dick Cheney, is visiting. Twenty-three people are killed, but Mr. Cheney is not injured. French high-speed passenger train, the TGV, reaches a top speed of 574.8 km/h (357.2 mph), breaking the record for the world's fastest conventional train. The final book in J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series - Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - is released, and sells over 11 million copies in the first 24 hours, becoming the fastest selling book in history.

Year of Issue 2007
Country United States
Composition Mixed
Condition
Uncirculated
A state of preservation used to describe coins that never circulated in the channels of commerce, i.e. a coin without any wear from circulation.
Grade
BU
Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) coins are freshly minted coins that have seen absolutely no general circulation. These coins are either produced specifically for collectors or have been gathered and preserved immediately after production. These coins have tremendous mint luster that give distinct definition to every detail along with luminescent fields.
Denomination Varies
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name
Philadelphia - P
From its humble beginnings on Seventh Street through four different locations, the United States Mint's "Mother Mint" at 151 North Independence Mall East in Philadelphia is the largest of its kind in the world. The Philadelphia Mint is home to die production for all U.S. coinage, as well as facilities that produce a daily average of 30 million coins worth about $1 million.
Coin Weight Various
Dimensions Various
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