The 1970 proof set has numismatic value. Keep reading to learn more about this collectible set.
Type: Proof Set
Number of Coins: 5
Face Value: $0.91
Issue Price: $5
Silver Weight: .147893 oz.
The 1970 proof set contains five different coins, and one of them is 40% silver. The coins include: the penny, nickel, dime, quarter, and silver half dollar. The S mint mark can be found on each coin.
There are different varieties for the 1970 S pennies. There are pennies with the small date, and pennies with the large date. The small date pennies have a high 7 in the date, where as the large date pennies have a low 7 in the date. Proof sets have either the small date cent or the large date cent. See the image below for reference.
In addition, there is a rare variety where the dime does not have the S mint mark. Proof sets with the no S dime are rare and valuable.
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This 5-piece proof set is worth at least its weight in silver. The silver melt value for this set is $3.61 as of October 27, 2020. This melt value is calculated from the current silver spot price of $24.44 per ounce.
The 1970 S proof set with the small date cent in its original government packaging is worth around $85.
The 1970 S proof set with the large date cent in its original government packaging is worth around $11.
The 1970 S proof set with the no S dime in its original government packaging is worth around $900.
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