Coins - Prestige Sets 1990 -
The United States Mint began producing the Prestige Sets in 1983
and continued the program through 1997 missing only one year, 1985.
Click on the links below to view the Prestige Sets the US
Mint produced for 1990 through 1997. Pictures detail the Prestige Sets' packaging and their contents - coins
and certificate of authenticity.
- 1990 Prestige Set
In 1990, the US Mint's Prestige Set recognized Dwight D. Eisenhower both as a five-star general and as President of the United States in the commemorative silver dollar.
- 1991 Prestige Set
With the 1991 Prestige Set, the US Mint helped celebrate the 50th anniversary of Mount Rushmore with commemorative silver dollar and clad half dollar coins.
- 1992 Prestige Set
Though the games were not held in the US, the Mint honored the American Olympic athletes with both a clad half dollar and a silver dollar in the 1992 Prestige Set.
- 1993 Prestige Set
In the 1993 Prestige Set, the US Mint recognized the Bill of Rights and the Father of the Bill of Rights, James Madison, with two commemorative coins - both silver.
- 1994 Prestige Set
The US Mint celebrated the first World Cup Soccer Championship played in the US in the 1994 Prestige Set with commemorative silver dollar and clad half dollar coins.
- 1995 Prestige Set
The 1995 Prestige Set recognized the importance of saving our national heritage with Civil War Battlefield Preservation comemmorative coins.
- 1996 Prestige Set
In the summer of 1996, Atlanta hosted the 100th anniversary of the Modern Olympic Games. The 1996 Prestige Set honored the games and the athletes.
- 1997 Prestige Set
The final Prestige Set in 1997 celebrated the U.S. Botanical Gardens with a beautiful silver dollar highlighting the national flower, the rose.