Why Add This 2008 United States Mint Set to Your Collection?
The annually issued U.S. Mint uncirculated coin sets are quite popular among collectors, but typically have lower production figures than proof sets of the same year. There were 745,464 U.S. Mint sets sold in 2008. This figure isn’t incredibly low, but it is lower than the vast majority of proof sets.
One of the main reasons uncirculated sets have so much appeal is because of the number of coins you receive. The 2008 U.S. Mint set contains 28 coins. These 28 coins are divided into 2 separate sets. One set of coins was struck at the Philadelphia Mint and the other was struck at the Denver Mint. Each of these 2 sets contains 1 Kennedy half, 1 Roosevelt dime, 1 Jefferson nickel, 1 Lincoln cent, 1 Sacagawea dollar, 4 Presidential dollars, and 5 State quarters.
This U.S. Mint set was not purchased directly from the Mint by MCM, so it is likely to have imperfect packaging. This set is still in its original packaging and it has been handled as carefully as possible at MCM.
Order this 2008 U.S. Mint set with original packaging today, it’s a great opportunity to expand your collection.