2021 Proof Set Sales Begin Friday, March 5

The United States Mint will begin sales of the 2021 Proof Set starting next week. The 7-coin set will go on sale Friday, March 5th at Noon Eastern, 9:00 AM Pacific. The set will be available exclusively on the Mint’s website and is priced at $32.00 for 2021.

The 2021 Proof Set will feature all of the circulating coins from the United States Mint including the Tuskegee Airmen America the Beautiful Quarter as well as the upcoming Crossing the Delaware 2021 Washington Quarter. All the coins will feature the “S” Mint Mark from the San Francisco Mint, will come in two lenses, and come with the Mint’s Certificate of Authenticity (CoA). Here’s a rundown of the coins that will be in this year’s Proof Set:

  • 2021-S Lincoln Cent
  • 2021-S Jefferson Nickel
  • 2021-S Roosevelt Dime
  • 2021-S Tuskegee Airmen America the Beautiful Quarter
  • 2021-S Crossing the Delaware Reverse Washington Quarter
  • 2021-S Kennedy Half Dollar
  • 2021-S Native American Dollar
2021 Proof Set (Image Courtesty of The United States Mint)
2021 Proof Set (Image Courtesty of The United States Mint)

As is normally the case on each annual proof set, there is no production limit on the sets nor is there a purchase limit per household. The sets will remain available throughout the year so if you can’t pick it up now, you should be able to later in 2021. Note that the 2021 Proof Set is eligible for the Mint’s Enrollment Program which assures you get the annual set without having to visit the Mint’s site on the day of release.

5 thoughts on “2021 Proof Set Sales Begin Friday, March 5”

  1. It’s nice to see that the mint has kept the $32 price tag but is only offering 7 coins not 10 coins and a bonus W coin like in the past, maybe they could of REDUCED the cost to collectors?

  2. With more and more coins being released each year by the mint and increasing prices you would think that the profit level would not be the main objective.

    • To a degree I agree with you but bullion costs are through the roof and they are having to pay a lot more for it. The Mint though is a profit center for the government….

  3. There is no gold or silver in the 2021 proof set and less coins and prices are coming down so will this make the set worth more or less?
    The government as a whole is a profit center but how much profit is needed from each citizen?


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