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Should the Mint issue a 14-coin reverse proof set in addition to the regular proof set?

Editor Dave Harper wants to know:

Should the Mint issue a 14-coin reverse proof set in addition to the regular proof set?

Let us know your thoughts and feedback on our weekly poll question by entering your comments below or by emailing Dave Harper here: Dave.Harper@fwcommunity.com.

Some articles on the subject:
-More reverse proofs on the way
-Mint plans reverse proof dollar

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2 Responses to Should the Mint issue a 14-coin reverse proof set in addition to the regular proof set?

  1. hrlaser says:

    Not if they’re only going to make 17,000 of them like they did with the Truman reverse Proof dollar, and sell out in 15 minutes.. and if they do make a full reverse Proof set, it should be exactly to the cent the same price as the regular yearly Proof set.. reverse Proofs are interesting to look at, but ultimately, I think they’re just a sales gimmick..

  2. hrlaser says:

    So, wait a sec.. wouldn’t a full reverse proof set have ANOTHER reverse proof Truman dollar in it?.. if it did, then the flippers would see an enormous drop in price of the 17,000 they snapped up in 15 minutes because there’d be a couple hundred thousand of them, not just 17,000.. assuming the Mint goes ahead and does it this year.. if the plan to do it isn’t until next year, if there even is a plan, it won’t have a Truman Dollar in it anyway..

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