1969 Proof Set. Now over 45 years old, this set had a mintage lower than some later issues that sell for more today. This was the second proof set produced by the San Francisco Mint, which came to specialize in the minting of exquisite U.S. proof coins. Its mintage of 2.9 million was the second lowest for U.S. proof sets of the 1960s. Included in the set is one of the last 40% silver Kennedy half dollar proofs, together with the cent, nickel, dime and quarter. The U.S. Mint case displays and protects both sides of each coin.
1972 Proof Set. The 1972 proof set's 3.3 million mintage was lower than some later U.S. proof sets that cost considerably more today. It was one of the early San Francisco proof sets, which are regarded as the finest in U.S. minting history. The set contains proofs of the cent, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar featuring finest proof minting with deep-struck engravings and mirror-finish fields. Official U.S. Mint packaging.