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What's The Deal With The New Cents W Mint Mark?

So I read these will be included in sets like the proof set that was just released. I also heard there was going to be a reverse proof all sorts. No report is clear. Some say ten will be distributed some say twenty. So what is it. Coin word has one story the mint another. Can they be bought separately or just in sets. More that likely the retailers will buy the sets and break out the cents unless it's separate and sell them. Another scam!. Didn't we have a reverse proof cent? Well if your not confused I am. Thanks .Mike

7 months ago

They are only available in the proof set, the silver proof set, and the mint set. They have made millions, one for each of these sets in three different finishes.

7 months ago

Why do they keep making all these products? Reverse proofs, special strikes, all these sets. Too many products. Who buys all this?

7 months ago

Three different 2019 W Cents.  One regular proof with the just released regular proof set.   One reverse proof with the silver proof set (once it is released) and one uncirculated W Cent once the uncirculated set is released.  So three different 2019 W Cents.  I think it is going to add a lot of buyers to those sets.  Mostly speculators hoping to make an early killing on the Cents.  If you wait 6 months after the last of them is released, I betcha you can get all three for under $15.  Maybe $35 if you want them all slabbed.

7 months ago

@Mokiechan
Three different 2019 W Cents.  One regular proof with the just released regular proof set.   One reverse proof with the silver proof set (once it is released) and one uncirculated W Cent once the uncirculated set is released.  So three different 2019 W Cents.  I think it is going to add a lot of buyers to those sets.  Mostly speculators hoping to make an early killing on the Cents.  If you wait 6 months after the last of them is released, I betcha you can get all three for under $15.  Maybe $35 if you want them all slabbed.
 Your probably right wait and it's yours.

7 months ago
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