1990 Mint Set

1990 Uncirculated Mint Set

1990 Uncirculated Mint Set

The 1990 Mint Set represents another issue of the broader product series that can be acquired today for less than the original issue price. Each set includes the ten coins issued for circulation during the year, with a collective face value of $1.82. The US Mint marketed and sold the sets to collectors for $7.00 per set. Some bargain hunting will uncover sets priced several dollars lower.

Circulating coins were struck at the Philadelphia and Denver Mint facilities. The denominations include the cent, nickel, dime, quarter, and half dollar. In addition to these ten coins, each 1990 Mint Set also includes tokens from each mint. The tokens include a large “P” or “D” and “Uncirculated Philadelphia” or “Uncirculated Denver” on one side, and the US Treasury Department seal on the other side.

None of this year’s circulation coins are of particular note, unless encountered in exceptionally high grade and/or with noted grading attributes like Full Torch or Full Steps.

The Philadelphia Mint coins and token are packaged in a single cellophane bordered in blue, while the Denver Mint coins and token are packaged in a second cellophane with blue border. A certificate of authenticity with coin specification information is provided. The coins and COA are packaged in an illustrated envelope.

1990 Mint Set Information

Mintage: 1,809,184
Coins Per Set: 10
Face Value: $1.82
Original Issue Price: $7.00