With a modest mintage of 187,000, the 10-coin 1959 mint set had the lowest output for the past five decades. It's the most affordable set from the first dozen years of the long-running U.S. Mint Set series. U.S. Mint sets contain Uncirculated specimens of each year's coins, for every denomination issued, from every mint. Substantially fewer complete sets are available today than their original mintages suggest because they are often broken up to obtain individual coins.
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