Greater Atlanta Coin Show
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  • The monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Shows welcome collectors, investors and individuals interested in buying or selling coins, currency, bullion (gold, silver, platinum) and jewelry.
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  • Through the coin show years, gold prices have seen lows in the $250s and highs of over $1400 per troy ounce.
    Gold-Charts.html
  • Through the coin show years, silver prices fluctuated from a low of just over $3.50 per ounce to the recent highs over $36.
    Silver-Charts.html
  • Take a look at this easy gift wrapping for any proof sets you plan to give over the holidays. The files can easily be printed from your computer.
    Proof-Sets-Happy-Holidays.html
  • The GACS Numismatics Shoppe sells unique items such as mugs, bags, notepads, notecards, keychains, calendars, coasters and other items featuring classic and modern coins.
  • Days of Our Coins Volume I provides insight into the beauty and diversity of America's legal tender coins from the US Mint using pictures, characteristics and historical anecdotes.
    Days-of-Our-Coins-Volume-I.html
  • The Greater Atlanta Coin Show is held on a Sunday with a show on each of the monthly dates noted on the schedule.
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  • The Greater Atlanta Coin Shows' location and driving directions include the show's location details with pictures and a map.
    Monthly-Greater-Atlanta-Coin-Shows-Location-and-Directions.html
  • The rare coin dealers of the Greater Atlanta Coin Show buy, sell and trade rare coins, currency, gold and silver. They offer free verbal appraisals for your coins, currency or precious metals.
    Monthly-Greater-Atlanta-Coin-Show-Coin-Dealers.html
  • The coin show notes provide highlights from each of the monthly coin shows. The coin show notes include commentary about the day, the coin dealers, the guests and the coins and collectibles.
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  • Welcome to the 2016 Notes. After each monthly show, we add summary comments describing the show including the weather, area, visitors and a few notes about coins seen at the show as well.
    Coin-Show-2016-Notes.html
  • The February 2016 Greater Atlanta Coin Show on Valentine's Day had a cool day outside and many people walking the bourse full of dealers, numismatics and collectibles inside.
    February-2016-Notes.html
  • The January 2016 Greater Atlanta Coin Show, the first of the new year and the 29th year of shows enjoyed a relatively nice day outside and bourse full of dealers and numismatics inside.
    January-2016-Notes.html
  • Welcome to the 2015 Notes. After each monthly show, we add summary notes describing the show including the weather, area, visitors and a few coin commentaries as well.
    Coin-Show-2015-Notes.html
  • The December 2015 Greater Atlanta Coin Show, the last one of the year, enjoyed a warm day outside and a busy bourse inside with showcases full of numismatics and people filling the aisles.
    December-2015-Notes.html
  • Lots of people visited and enjoyed the November 2015 Greater Atlanta Coin Show with its dealers and their packed showcases on an overcast but mild fall day.
    November-2015-Notes.html
  • The Greater Atlanta Coin Show in October 2015 had a bourse filled with dealers and their displays along with lots of people viewing, buying, selling and trading numismatics and collectibles.
    October-2015-Notes.html
  • The September 2015 Greater Atlanta Coin Show had a beautiful, cooler day and a busy bourse filled with dealers and people browsing the many displays of numismatics and other collectibles..
    September-2015-Notes.html
  • The August 2015 Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed a busy bourse filled with dealers and lots of people browsing the many displays of numismatics and other collectibles..
    August-2015-Notes.html
  • The July 2015 Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed a nice day and a busy bourse in the Hamilton's Restaurant with numismatics displayed inside with the golf course and Kennesaw Mountain visible outside.
    July-2015-Notes.html
  • The June 2015 monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed a nice day with many people visiting the bourse and the coin dealers with their displays of coins, currency, bullion and collectibles.
    June-2015-Notes.html
  • The May 2015 monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Show was a busy place to be with lots of activity on the bourse filled with coin dealers and their displays of coins, currency and collectibles.
    May-2015-Notes.html
  • For the April 2015 monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Show, the many visitors enjoyed springtime outside and inside a bourse filled with dealers and their displays of coins, currency and collectibles..
    April-2015-Notes.html
  • The many visitors to the March 2015 monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed a springlike day and a bourse filled with dealers and their numismatic displays.
    March-2015-Notes.html
  • Many visitors enjoyed the numismatics and collectibles at the February 2015 monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Show while the weather offered an almost spring-like day.
    February-2015-Notes.html
  • The January 2015 Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed many visitors to browse, buy, sell and trade coins and collectibles on the bourse after an early morning thunderstorm with heavy rain.
    January-2015-Notes.html
  • Welcome to the 2014 Notes. We add summary notes each month after the monthly coin show including the weather, area, visitors and a few of the coins seen on the bourse as well.
    Coin-Show-2014-Notes.html
  • The December 2014 Greater Atlanta Coin Show had bourse packed with numismatics and collectibles with many visitors coming to the show on a cool but pretty day.
    December-2014-Notes.html
  • The November 2014 Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed a packed bourse full of displays of numismatics and collectibles and the many visitors that came to browse, buy, sell and trade.
    November-2014-Notes.html
  • The coin dealers packed the October 2014 Greater Atlanta Coin Show with their displays of numismatics and collectibles for the visitors to browse, buy, sell and trade.
    October-2014-Notes.html
  • Lots of people visited the September 2014 Greater Atlanta Coin Show to see the many coin dealers with their displays of numismatics and collectibles.
    September-2014-Notes.html
  • The coin dealers filled the bourse with their displays of numismatics and collectibles at the August 2014 Greater Atlanta Coin Show.
    August-2014-Notes.html
  • The June 2014 Greater Atlanta Coin Show welcomed visitors to browse, buy or sell on a bourse filled with coin dealers and their displays of numismatic and collectible treasures.
    June-2014-Notes.html
  • Many numismatic treasures packed the coin dealers' displays at the May 2014 Greater Altanta Coin Show with many visitors browsing, buying and selling on a beautiful blue sky day.
    May-2014-Notes.html
  • For the April 2014 Greater Altanta Coin Show, coin dealers packed the bourse with their numismatic displays and many visitors enjoyed browsing, buying and selling.
    April-2014-Notes.html
  • On a rainy March Sunday, the Greater Altanta Coin Show enjoyed a bourse packed with dealers and their numismatic displays along with many visitors throughout the day.
    March-2014-Notes.html
  • On a pleasant day sandwiched between winter storms, many people visited the February 2014 Greater Atlanta Coin Show with its bourse full of dealers and numismatics.
    February-2014-Notes.html
  • The January 2014 Greater Atlanta Coin Show began the 27th year of monthly coin shows under overcast skies and temperatures in the 40s.
    January-2014-Notes.html
  • Welcome to the 2013 Notes. We add summary notes each month after the monthly coin show including the weather, area, visitors and a few of the interesting coin notes as well.
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  • The December 2013 Greater Atlanta Coin Show closed out the 26th year of monthly coin shows - thank you to the many people who helped make it another successful year of coin shows.
    December-2013-Notes.html
  • Like every month, the dealers on the November Greater Atlanta Coin Show's bourse offered a wide variety of numismatic and investment items along with related collectibles.
    November-2013-Notes.html
  • The October 2013 Greater Atlanta Coin Show occurred on a beautiful fall day and enjoyed many visitors to its bourse filled with coin dealers and their displays of coins, currency and bullion items.
    October-2013-Notes.html
  • The September Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed many visitors and much trading on a bourse filled with coin dealers and displays of a variety of coins, currency and bullion items.
    September-2013-Notes.html
  • The August Greater Atlanta Coin Show included many coin dealers and a steady stream of visitors enjoying the variety of coins, currency and bullion items from mid-morning through mid-afternoon.
    August-2013-Notes.html
  • People visiting the July Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed a bourse full of coin dealers. They displayed a variety of coins, currency and bullion items.
    July-2013-Notes.html
  • A variety of coin dealers - both the regular and infrequent - filled the bourse at the June 2013 Greater Atlanta Coin Show with their coins, currency and bullion items on display.
    June-2013-Notes.html
  • Even with rain and thunderstorms, the May 2013 Greater Atlanta Coin Show included a bourse full of dealers with their coins, currency and bullion on display for the many people attending the show.
    May-2013-Notes.html
  • A nice but overcast day, the April 2013 Greater Atlanta Coin Show included a bourse full of dealers with their coins, currency and bullion on display for the many people attending the show.
    April-2013-Notes.html
  • The March 2013 Greater Atlanta Coin Show included a bourse full of dealers and their coins, currency and bullion for the people attending on a beautiful spring-like day.
    March-2013-Notes.html
  • The February 2013 Greater Atlanta Coin Show, the 2nd of its 26th year of monthly coin shows, saw many visitors to a bourse full of dealers and numismatics including coins, currency and bullion.
    February-2013-Notes.html
  • The January 2013 Greater Atlanta Coin Show began its 26th year of monthly coin shows and welcomed visitors to a bourse full of dealers and numismatics including coins, currency and bullion.
    January-2013-Notes.html
  • The 2012 Notes provide a summary after each coin show with comments about the weather, the area, visitors to the show and a few of the interesting coins found on the bourse.
    Coin-Show-2012-Notes.html
  • The December 2012 Greater Atlanta Coin Show celebrated its 300th coin show welcoming many visitors to a bourse full of dealers and numismatics including coins, currency and bullion.
    December-2012-Notes.html
  • The November 2012 Greater Atlanta Coin Show entertained visitors with its full bourse of dealers and their wide variety of numismatics items including coins, currency, bullion and supplies.
    November-2012-Notes.html
  • People attending the October 2012 Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed beautiful weather outside and many numismatics items inside including coins, currency, bullion and supplies.
    October-2012-Notes.html
  • A lot of visitors to the September 2012 Greater Atlanta Coin Show found a variety of numismatics items including coins, currency, bullion and supplies.
    September-2012-Notes.html
  • People found a variety of numismatics at the August 2012 Greater Atlanta Coin Show, which started with a rain-cooled morning but warmed to a hot afternoon.
    August-2012-Notes.html
  • The July 2012 Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed a busy afternoon with people escaping the heat and looking for those perfect numismatic additions to their collections.
    July-2012-Notes.html
  • The rain, which the area needed, didn't stop people and coin dealers from enjoying the June 2012 Greater Atlanta Coin Show.
    June-2012-Notes.html
  • People and coin dealers enjoyed the Greater Atlanta Coin Show on a beautiful May day.
    May-2012-Notes.html
  • People visiting the monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Show for April enjoyed a full bourse of coin dealers on a beautiful spring day.
    Greater-Atlanta-Coin-Show-April-2012-Notes.html
  • It's not spring yet, but the March 2012 Greater Atlanta Coin Show enjoyed a beautiful day and a busy bourse packed with dealers, visitors and numismatic treasures.
    Greater-Atlanta-Coin-Show-March-2012-Notes.html
  • After an arctic blast on Saturday, the February 2012 Greater Atlanta Coin Show saw a busy bourse with people viewing the treasures to be found in the coin dealers' showcases.
    Greater-Atlanta-Coin-Show-February-2012-Notes.html
  • The January 2012 Greater Atlanta Coin Show saw a packed crowd on a bright, sunny and brisk day. People enjoyed the bourse with its various treasures.
    Greater-Atlanta-Coin-Show-January-2012-Notes.html
  • Each month we provide highlights about the coin show - from weather to attendence to coins, investments and collectibles. Take a look at the 2011 shows.
    Coin-Show-2011-Notes.html
  • Welcome to the Greater Atlanta Coin Show comments for the 2010 monthly shows.
    Coin-Show-2010-Notes.html
  • Visit the notes and comments summarizing the monthly coin show for each of the Greater Atlanta Coin Shows in 2009.
    GACS-Notes-2009.html
  • For the Monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Show, these notes and comments provide highlights for each of the 2008 coin shows by month.
    GACS-Notes-2008.html
  • Buying coins on the internet can be fun and easy, but you should be cautious when buying from unknown sources. Here are some tips to keep in mind.
    Buying-Coins-on-the-Internet.html
  • Selling coins on the internet can bring in cash and allow you to upgrade your collection. But, there can be pitfalls for the unwary. Here are some tips to keep in mind.
    Selling-Coins-on-the-Internet.html
  • Visiting a coin show should be a safe experience. Look at these coin show security tips before you leave home to increase your safety.
    Coin-Show-Security-Tips-Before-You-Leave-Home.html
  • Visiting a coin show should be a safe experience. Look at these coin show security tips for when you arrive at the coin show's venue to increase your safety.
    Coin-Show-Security-Tips-When-You-Arrive-at-the-Show.html
  • Visiting a coin show should be a safe experience with security overseeing the bourse floor. Look at these coin show security tips to increase your safety from sleight of hand criminals.
    Coin-Show-Security-Tips-on-the-Bourse.html
  • Visiting a coin show should be a safe experience. Look at these coin show security tips for when you are leaving the coin show's venue to increase your safety.
    Coin-Show-Security-Tips-When-You-Leave-the-Show.html
  • List of recent news releases from the US Mint.
    US-Mint-News.php
  • Relating to the coin show, we've included some area and national coin clubs' information along with a few numismatic and metals markets resources.
    Monthly-Greater-Atlanta-Coin-Show-Helpful-Web-Resources.html
  • The US Mint offered beautiful proof coins sets in 2005 through 2008 under their trademarked name, American Legacy Collection.
    American-Legacy-Proof-Coins-Sets.html
  • In 2005, the US Mint introduced the American Legacy Collection. The first contained two commemorative dollars and the 11-piece proof coins set in a large and handsome black display.
    2005-American-Legacy-Collection-Proof-Coins-Set.html
  • In 2006, the 2nd American Legacy Collection Proof Coins Set gives us another American symbol with the US Capitol's iconic iron clad dome along with the Statue of Freedom standing tall on top.
    2006-American-Legacy-Collection-Proof-Coins-Set.html
  • For the 16 coins in the 2007 American Legacy Collection Proof Coins Set, the US Mint chose the symbol of the White House with its columns, ornate windows and flag waving on the front cover.
    2007-American-Legacy-Collection-Proof-Coins-Set.html
  • The beautiful, large display case shows off the fifteen proof coins set with the 2008 collection of the circulating coins and the commemorative Bald Eagle silver dollar produced by the US Mint.
    2008-American-Legacy-Collection-Proof-Coins-Set.html
  • Occasionally the US Mint offers special coin and currency sets in colorful slipcover sets accompanied by informational booklets highlighting the subject behind the coins.
    Coin-and-Currency-Sets.html
  • The American Buffalo Coin and Currency Set included an uncirculated American Buffalo silver dollar, two mint condition stamps and a Series 1899 Indian Chief silver certificate replica.
    American-Buffalo-Coin-and-Currency-Set.html
  • The American Buffalo Coin and Currency Set included a ten page booklet with information about the coin, the stamps, the currency and the associated native American people.
    American-Buffalo-Coin-and-Currency-Set-Booklet.html
  • The Botanic Garden Coin and Currency Set contained uncirculated versions of a 1997 Botanic Garden Commemorative silver dollar, a 1997 Jefferson nickel and a 1997 Washington one dollar note.
    Botanic-Garden-Coin-and-Currency-Set.html
  • The Botanic Garden Coin and Currency Set included a ten page booklet providing the origin of the garden and the forthcoming changes helped by the Botanic Garden coins and sets.
    Botanic-Garden-Coin-and-Currency-Set-Booklet.html
  • The Lewis and Clark Coin and Currency Set included uncirculated coins of 2004 (silver dollar, golden dollar and two nickels), a medal, three stamps and a specimen bison ten dollar note.
    Lewis-and-Clark-Coin-and-Currency-Set.html
  • The 2000 Millennium Coin and Currency Set included uncirculated versions of the Sacagawea golden dollar, American Eagle silver dollar and George Washington one dollar note.
    Millennium-Coin-and-Currency-Set.html
  • The Millennium Coin and Currency Set included a six page booklet discussing coins and currency through millennia and the coins and currency in the Mint's Millennium set.
    Millennium-Coin-and-Currency-Set-Booklet.html
  • The Thomas Jefferson Coin and Currency Set contained uncirculated versions of a 1993 Thomas Jefferson Commemorative silver dollar, a 1994 Jefferson nickel and a 1976 two dollar federal reserve note.
    Thomas-Jefferson-Coin-and-Currency-Set.html
  • The Thomas Jefferson Coin and Currency Set included a six page booklet titled "Thomas Jefferson: Father of America's Decimal Coinage System" describing the history of our money's origin.
    Thomas-Jefferson-Coin-and-Currency-Set-Booklet.html
  • The US Mint designs commemorative coins to recognize people, places and events. Frequently these coins are used to collect funds.
    Commemorative-Coins.html
  • The US Mint produced the classic commemorative coins starting in 1892 and continued through 1954, which included silver and gold coins, but most were silver half dollars.
    Classic-Commemorative-Coins.html
  • The US Mint first sold Proof Sets to the general populace in 1858, but have only offered them consistently year after year since 1968.
    Proof-Sets.html
  • During the 60s, the Proof Sets changed from the flat envelope package to a boxed lens set. We show you pictures of the sets as the US Mint packaged them.
    Proof-Sets-1960-1969.html
  • The 1960 Proof Set by the US Mint contained five coins for a face value of $.91 and original price of $2.10.
    1960-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1961 Proof Set by the US Mint contained five coins for a face value of $.91 and original price of $2.10.
    1961-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1962 Proof Set by the US Mint contained five coins for a face value of $.91 and original price of $2.10.
    1962-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1963 Proof Set by the US Mint contained five coins for a face value of $.91 and original price of $2.10.
    1963-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1964 Proof Set by the US Mint contained five coins for a face value of $.91 and original price of $2.10.
    1964-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1968 Proof Set by the US Mint contained five coins for a face value of $.91 and original price of $5.00.
    1968-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1969 Proof Set by the US Mint contained five coins for a face value of $.91 and original price of $5.00.
    1969-Proof-Set.html
  • The Proof Sets of the 1970s started with blue and ended with black boxes. Plus, the black sets included a plastic flap attached to the lens forming a display stand.
    Proof-Sets-1970-1979.html
  • The 1970 Proof Set sold for $5.00 and contained $.91 in face value.
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  • The 1971 Proof Set continued with the blue packaging, sold for $5.00 and contained $.91 in face value.
    1971-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1972 Proof Set was the last year in the blue box for the next eleven years. It sold for $5.00 and contained $.91 in face value.
    1972-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1973 Proof Set was the first year to include the Eisenhower dollar even though the dollar was first introduced in 1971. The set contained $1.91 in coins and sold for $7.
    1973-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1974 proof set was the second year of the six coin set with the Eisenhower dollar. The black packaged set contained $1.91 in coins and sold for $7 from the Mint.
    1974-Proof-Set.html
  • With the 1975 proof set, the US Mint introduced the bicentennial quarter, half dollar and dollar coins with their special reverse images.
    1975-Proof-Set.html
  • The US Mint offered six coins in the 1976 annual proof set. The set contained clad coins, not silver, and included the bicentennial versions of the dollar, half dollar and quarter.
    1976-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1976 three piece proof set was the first specialty proof set made by the US Mint. Furthermore, they sold the celebratory three coin set for several years into1982.
    1976-3-Piece-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1977 proof set contained six coins with the dollar, half dollar and quarter dollar reverse images returning to the eagle designs.
    1977-Proof-Set.html
  • Due to improved processes at the Mint, the 1978 proof set enjoyed cameo or deep cameo finishes on all six coins.
    1978-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1979 proof set included six coins, introduced the Susan B. Anthony dollar and was the last year of that specific black package style.
    1979-Proof-Set.html
  • The first proof sets of the 80s were in smaller black packages with a separate piece for a display stand. The 1983 set returned to blue before the remaining years going purple.
    Proof-Sets-1980-1989.html
  • For the 1980 proof set, the US Mint introduced a new, smaller package design for the six coins by taking advantage of the smaller diameter of the dollar coin.
    1980-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1981 proof set continued the smaller package and was the last year for the Susan B. Anthony dollar in the US Mint's annual proof set.
    1981-Proof-Set.html
  • The US Mint used the same box design of the earlier two years, but the 1982 proof set included only five coins. A medal replaced the dollar coin since no dollars were minted in 1982.
    1982-Proof-Set.html
  • For one year in 1983, the US Mint returned to the blue proof set package from the early 1970s. The 1983 proof set contained five coins for a total of $0.91 in face value.
    1983-Proof-Set.html
  • In 1984, the US Mint introduced the purple proof set package containing five proof coins with a face value of $0.91.
    1984-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1985 annual proof set continued with the purple packaging and contained five proof coins for a total of $0.91 in face value. The Mint sold the set for $11.00 in 1985.
    1985-Proof-Set.html
  • The US Mint continued the purple package for the 1986 proof set and added a card showing the coin specifications. The proof set contained five coins of $0.91 in face value.
    1986-Proof-Set.html
  • In the 1986 proof set, the US Mint enclosed a certificate with the coin specifications for the first time. The purple card stock with the specifications can be viewed here.
    1986-Proof-Set-Coin-Specifications.html
  • Like the previous year, the 1987 proof set included five coins with a face value of $0.91. The proof set was packaged in a purple box with a cardboard insert detailing the coins' specifications.
    1987-Proof-Set.html
  • Begun the previous year and continued in the 1987 proof set, the US Mint enclosed a pale purple card with details about the coin specifications for each of the five proof coins in the set. Take a look.
    1987-Proof-Set-Coin-Specifications.html
  • The US Mint introduced a few minor changes in the packaging for the 1988 proof set, otherwise it was very similar to the earlier purple sets. The 1988 proof set held five coins with a face value of $0.91.
    1988-Proof-Set.html
  • With minor changes, the US Mint continued the addition of a pale purple card in the 1988 proof set box with the details about each of the five proof coins in the set. Take a look at the card.
    1988-Proof-Set-Coin-Specifications.html
  • The 1989 proof set is similar to the proof set of the previous year, packaged in a purple box containing five proof coins for a face value of $0.91. The proof set initially sold for $11 from the US Mint.
    1989-Proof-Set.html
  • In the 1989 proof set, the US Mint continued the addition of a pale purple card with the details about each of the five proof coins in the set. Take a look at the card.
    1989-Proof-Set-Coin-Specifications.html
  • The proof sets of the 90s began with purple, changed to green and ended with a larger, different set in 1999 with the introduction of the state quarters program.
    Proof-Sets-1990-1999.html
  • For the 1990 proof set, the US Mint continued with the purple packaging of the previous six years. The annual proof set contained five proof coins initially sold for eleven dollars.
    1990-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1991 proof set was the eighth year of the US Mint's purple packaging. The annual proof set, similar to the previous years, contained five proof coins with a face value of $0.91.
    1991-Proof-Set.html
  • For the 1992 annual proof set, the US Mint packaged five proof coins with face value of 91 cents in a purple textured outer box. They also included a certificate of authenticity on purple card stock.
    1992-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1993 proof set continued the purple packaging introduced in 1984 and contained five coins at a face value of $0.91.
    1993-Proof-Set.html
  • The US Mint introduced a new, green package for the 1994 annual proof set. The set included five proof coins and a certificate of authenticity.
    1994-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1995 proof set continued with the green outer package and included five proof coins along with a certificate of authenticity.
    1995-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1996 proof set included a green textured outer package that held a presentation case with five proof coins and a folded card with the certificate of authenticity and coin specifications.
    1996-Proof-Set.html
  • The folded card in the 1996 proof set included a message from the Director of the Mint describing the proof set process and certification along with the specifications for each of the five proof coins.
    1996-Proof-Set-Certificate-of-Authenticity-and-Coin-Specifications.html
  • For the proof set packaging from 1994 through 1998, the US Mint used green colors. The 1997 proof set included five coins for a face value of $0.91.
    1997-Proof-Set.html
  • The 1998 proof set from the US Mint was the last annual set in the green package and the last set to include only five proof coins held in one protective presentation case.
    1998-Proof-Set.html
  • The US Mint added a folded card in the 1998 proof set with a message from their Director certifying the five proof coins, providing the coins' specifications and describing the proof set process.
    1998-Proof-Set-Certificate-of-Authenticity-and-Coin-Specifications.html
  • The 1999 proof set included the first five proof quarter coins in the state quarters program in one lens with the other lens holding the cent, nickel, dime, and half dollar proof coins.
    1999-Proof-Set.html
  • The proof sets from 2000 to 2009 included as few as 10 coins to as many as 18 coins. The additional pennies, quarters and dollars in 2009 required four lenses for the 18 coins.
    Proof-Sets-2000-2009.html
  • The 2000 proof set contained the second group of five state quarter proof coins and the first golden dollar proof coin with Sacagawea and her infant son on the obverse.
    2000-Proof-Set.html
  • The 2001 proof set continued with ten proof coins including the third set of five state quarters along with the cent, nickel, dime, half dollar and dollar coins.
    2001-Proof-Set.html
  • With the new state quarter program, the US Mint introduced a new type of packaging. The 2002 proof set included ten coins with a face value of $2.91.
    2002-Proof-Set.html
  • The US Mint continued the same package design for the fifth year with the 2003 proof set. The ten proof coins in the set equaled a face value of $2.91.
    2003-Proof-Set.html
  • With two new nickel designs, the 2004 proof set included eleven coins. A blue and white box held the two lenses with the proof coins which equaled a face value of $2.96.
    2004-Proof-Set.html
  • The 2005 proof set contained the second two Westward Journey nickels in addition to the five state quarters and the other four regular proof coins.
    2005-Proof-Set.html
  • With the variety of coins being offered by the US Mint, the 2009 Proof Set included eighteen coins in four separate lenses for a total face value of $7.19.
    2009-Proof-Set.html
  • The US Mint's production of proof sets varies by year. This list shows the number of proof sets minted by year their issue price, number of coins and their face value.
    Proof-Sets-Population.html
  • For fun, we've taken cost of living information for the Proof Set years and charted them in historical and current dollars. Interesting.
    Cost-of-Living-Charts.html
  • The US Mint began a standard process for providing mint sets in 1947. The first sets contained two of each coin from each mint. Changes in packaging in 1959 reduced the coins to one from each mint.
    Mint-Sets.html
  • The 1960s Mint Sets included five or ten coins with early 60s sets having silver. In 1965 the US Mint introduced cupro-nickel clad coins. But, the half dollar had 40% silver in the late 60s.
    Mint-Sets-1960-1969.html
  • The 1960 mint set contained ten coins with five coins from the Denver and five from the Philadelphia mint. Six of the ten 1960 mint set coins were 90% silver.
    1960-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1961 mint set arrived with five coins from Denver and five from Philadelphia with six of the ten coins containing 90% silver.
    1961-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1962 mint set contained five coins from Denver and five from Philadelphia with six of the ten coins made of 90% silver.
    1962-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1963 mint set included ten coins, six of which were 90% silver. The 1963 mint set contained the last year of the Franklin half dollar uncirculated coins.
    1963-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1964 mint set included ten coins, two of which were the new Kennedy half dollar coins. Plus, six of the coins were 90% silver in the 1964 mint set.
    1964-Mint-Set.html
  • Without mint marks on coins, the 1965 Special Mint Set contained only five coins along with a blue token in a pliofilm sleeve. Only the half dollar coin contained any silver.
    1965-Special-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1965 Special Mint Set included a message from the Director of the Mint introducing the new sets with the clad coins.
    1965-Special-Mint-Set-Message-large-picture.html
  • For the 1966 Special Mint Set, the US Mint changed the package. A hard plastic lens held the five coins in individual circles and was inserted into a blue box.
    1966-Special-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1967 Special Mint Set looked very similar to the previous year's set. A dark blue box held a hard plastic lens with the five coins positioned in individual circles.
    1967-Special-Mint-Set.html
  • With the return of mint marks in 1968, the US Mint produced a 1968 mint set. Ten coins of the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco mints were in an evelope in two pliofilm sleeves.
    1968-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1969 Mint Set included two pliofilm sleeves with ten uncirculated coins representing the coin production from the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco mints.
    1969-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1970s Mint Sets contained as few as ten coins and as many as thirteen coins. The sets included two pliofilm sleeves sandwiched between two cards in an envelope.
    Mint-Sets-1970-1979.html
  • Three mints, Denver, Philadelphia and San Francisco, produced circulating coins in 1970 and contributed uncirculated coins of each coin they made to the 1970 Mint Set.
    1970-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1971 mint set contained eleven coins. For this mint set, the US Mint added a second Kennedy half dollar and removed all silver from the coins.
    1971-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1972 mint set contained eleven coins and one Bureau of the Mint token in two pliofilm sleeves, each with six compartments, one with red edges, the other with blue.
    1972-Mint-Set.html
  • With the addition of the Eisenhower dollar, the 1973 mint set contained thirteen coins, six from Philadelphia, six from Denver and one from San Francisco. The sets contained no silver.
    1973-Mint-Set.html
  • For the second year in a row, the US Mint included thirteen coins in the 1974 mint set with six in the Denver pliofilm and seven in the Philadelphia and San Francisco sleeve.
    1974-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1975 mint set included twelve uncirculated coins and was the first mint set with the special bicentennial reverse images on the quarter, half dollar and dollar coins.
    1975-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1976 mint set looks like the previous year with twelve uncirculated coins including P and D versions of the three bicentennial coins but with 1976 on the penny, nickel and dime.
    1976-Mint-Set.html
  • To celebrate America's bicentennial, the US Mint produced a three piece 40% silver mint set with the quarter, half dollar and dollar coins with their special bicentennial reverse images.
    1976-3-Piece-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1977 mint set continued with the twelve uncirculated coins, but the quarter, half dollar and dollar coins' reverse images reverted to their eagle designs.
    1977-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1978 mint set contained twelve uncirculated coins, one each from the Denver and Philadelphia mints of the dollar, half dollar, quarter, dime, nickel and one cent coins.
    1978-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1979 mint set, the first to include the new Anthony dollar, contained twelve uncirculated coins in two pliofilm sleeves, one for coins from Denver, the other from Philadelphia.
    1979-Mint-Set.html
  • For the first two years, the 1980s Mint Sets contained thirteen coins. Mint sets were not offered the next two years, and the remaining years of the 1980s had ten coins each mint set year.
    Mint-Sets-1980-1989.html
  • In 1980, the US Mint corrected their oversight during the previous year. The 1980 mint set contained three Susan B. Anthony dollars and a total of thirteen coins in two pliofilm sleeves.
    1980-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1981 mint set contained thirteen coins including three Susan B. Anthony dollars and was the last year the US Mint used the plain white envelope to hold the mint set of uncirculated coins.
    1981-Mint-Set.html
  • After a two year lapse, the US Mint re-introduced the mint set in 1984 with new, colorful packaging containing ten coins, five from Denver and five from Philadelphia.
    1984-Mint-Set.html
  • For the 1984 Mint Set, the US Mint included an insert introducing the newly packaged uncirculated coin set.
    1984-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 1985 mint set included ten coins, five each from the Denver and Philadelphia mints, and was packaged in an envelope with a brown wood grain finish.
    1985-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1985 mint set included an insert from the Director of the Mint and a card showing the uncirculated coin specifications.
    1985-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • A white and tan envelope with red, white and blue stripes held the ten uncirculated coins of the 1986 mint set with five coins from Denver and five from Philadelphia.
    1986-Mint-Set.html
  • The US Mint included an insert in the 1986 mint set giving a brief history of the coins, and a separate card detailed the specifications of the uncirculated coins.
    1986-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The ten uncirculated coins of the 1987 mint set came packaged in a red and white envelope with a blue stripe across the front and the US Mint seal in black centered across the white area.
    1987-Mint-Set.html
  • The US Mint added an insert in the 1987 mint set showing a brief history of the coins and included a separate card with the specifications of the uncirculated coins.
    1987-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 1988 mint set included ten uncirculated coins, five from Denver and five from Philadelphia, and was packaged in a pale envelope with two narrow silver stripes across the front.
    1988-Mint-Set.html
  • The US Mint provided historical details about the early mint operations and about each uncirculated coin in the 1988 mint set insert.
    1988-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 1989 mint set consisted of a pale green envelope with images of the uncirculated coins on the front and ten uncirculated coins, five from Denver and five from Philadelphia, inside.
    1989-Mint-Set.html
  • The US Mint provided commentary and pictures about the early days of the US Mint's operations and about each uncirculated coin in the 1989 mint set insert.
    1989-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • For most of the 1990s, the annual mint sets contained the uncirculated coins in one creatively designed envelope. With the introduction of the state quarters, the sets arrived in two envelopes.
    Mint-Sets-1990-1999.html
  • The 1990 mint set arrived in a pale tan envelope with images of the five uncirculated coins and two mint tokens on the front with ten uncirculated coins inside held in two pliofilm sleeves.
    1990-Mint-Set.html
  • The US Mint provided historical commentary about the mint and about each of the uncirculated coins and added historical images of other collectibles in the 1990 mint set insert.
    1990-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • On a blue rag-paper design, the 1991 mint set shows the obverse images of the ten coins and the two mint tokens on the front of the envelope from the Denver and Philadelphia mints.
    1991-Mint-Set.html
  • The insert in the 1991 mint set included less details than in recent earlier years, but the simple and colorful design made a pleasing addition to the uncirculated coins in the annual mint set.
    1991-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 1992 mint set does not identify the year of the set except for on each of the five coins shown on the front. Inside, the mint set contains ten uncirculated coins and two mint tokens.
    1992-Mint-Set.html
  • The history in the 1992 mint set insert helped collectors of the coins celebrate the US Mint's 200th birthday by noting the early mints, the mints no longer operating, and today's mint locations.
    1992-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 1993 mint set came in a green envelope with images of the five different coins on the front. The mint set included ten uncirculated coins, one of each from both the Denver and Philadelphia mints.
    1993-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1993 mint set included a simple yet striking insert that was both colorful with its green color and informational with its description of the five uncirculated coins from each of the two mints.
    1993-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • A pale blue envelope held the 1994 mint set and showed images of the five coins and two mint tokens on the front. Inside were ten uncirculated coins, five from Denver and five from Philadelphia.
    1994-Mint-Set.html
  • The US Mint continued the simple theme for the insert in the 1994 mint set. The front was similar to the outer envelope, and the text came from the previous year's set except for the year of the set.
    1994-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • For the 1995 mint set, the US Mint showed pictures of the minting process on the front of the mint set and on the insert with the contents including ten uncirculated coins and two mint mark tokens.
    1995-Mint-Set.html
  • Colorful and informative, the front of the insert in the 1995 mint set shows coin blanks and coins in a dial-plate press which strikes the blanks into coins.
    1995-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 1996 Mint set included the normal ten uncirculated coins and two mint tokens, but this set had an additional Roosevelt dime minted at West Point contained in a separate Mylar holder.
    1996-Mint-Set.html
  • The inserts in the 1996 mint set celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Roosevelt dime with pictures of the coin minting process and historical comments about President Roosevelt and the dime.
    1996-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 1997 mint set contained ten uncirculated coins, five from Denver and five from Philadelphia, and two mint mark tokens, one for each mint, with the coins held in two protective Mylar sleeves.
    1997-Mint-Set.html
  • Rather than showing the coinage process again, the 1997 mint set included an abstract design on the outer envelope and the informative insert with the message from the US Mint.
    1997-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 1998 mint set was the last to contain only ten uncirculated coins, five from Denver and five from Philadelphia, along with the two mint mark tokens, one from each mint.
    1998-Mint-Set.html
  • The informational insert in the 1998 mint set described each of the five uncirculated coins and introduced the state quarter program which would begin the following year.
    1998-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 1999 mint set contained 18 coins since this year the US Mint began the state quarters program. Ten of the 18 coins were quarters, five each from the Denver and Philadelphia mints.
    1999-Mint-Set.html
  • The 1999 mint set included two informational inserts and two cards decribing the 50 state quarters program with one of each for Denver and for Philadelphia.
    1999-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The US Mint produced the Susan B. Anthony dollar in 1999, but it was not included in the regular mint set. A separate mint set held two of the dollar coins, one for each mint.
    1999-SBA-Mint-Set.html
  • With only the two dollar coins in the 1999 Susan B. Anthony mint set, the US Mint kept the informational insert simple and brief.
    1999-SBA-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • For the 2000s, the annual mint sets went from having 20 total uncirculated coins in 2000 to having 36 total uncirculated coins in 2009 and held in multiple envelopes or blister packs.
    Mint-Sets-2000-2009.html
  • The 2000 mint set held 20 uncirculated coins - penny, nickel, dime, half dollar and dollar uncirculated coins along with five uncirculated state quarters from each of the Denver and Philadelphia mints.
    2000-Mint-Set.html
  • The 2000 mint set included two informational inserts about the uncirculated coins and two cards for ordering more 2000 mint sets. One of each insert was placed in the envelope for each mint.
    2000-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 2001 mint set held 20 uncirculated coins - penny, nickel, dime, half dollar, dollar and five state quarters with one of each from the Denver and Philadelphia mints.
    2001-Mint-Set.html
  • The 2001 mint set included two informational inserts about the uncirculated coins and two cards for ordering more 2001 mint sets. They put one of each insert inside the envelope for each mint.
    2001-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 2002 mint set held 20 uncirculated coins, ten from each mint in Denver and Philadelphia, including the penny, nickel, dime, half dollar and dollar coins and the five state quarters.
    2002-Mint-Set.html
  • The 2002 mint set included an informational insert about the uncirculated coins and a re-order card for ordering more 2002 mint sets in each separate envelope for each mint.
    2002-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 2003 mint set contained 10 uncirculated coins from the Denver mint and ten from the Philadelphia mint, including the penny, nickel, dime, half dollar, dollar and the five state quarter coins.
    2003-Mint-Set.html
  • In each envelope for each mint, the 2003 mint set included an informational insert about the uncirculated coins and a re-order card for ordering more of the 2003 mint sets.
    2003-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 2004 mint set included a second nickel and the US Mint remained consistent with their coin packaging for the 11 uncirculated coins from each mint, but the paper inserts changed.
    2004-Mint-Set.html
  • With the 2004 mint set, the US Mint reduced their printing costs by not including the duplicate information in each envelope.
    2004-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The 2005 mint set included the second year of the Westward Journey nickels and a total of 22 coins, 11 from the Denver mint and 11 from Philadelphia.
    2005-Mint-Set.html
  • In the 2005 mint set, the US Mint included only one insert, the Certificate of Authenticity, in the blue Philadelphia envelope.
    2005-Mint-Set-larger-images.html
  • The quantity and contents of the mint sets distributed by the US Mint vary by year. The table shows the number, the mints and the uncirculated coins for each of the years 1947-2010.
    Mint-Sets-Population.html
  • The US Mint first sold Prestige Sets in 1983 and ended in 1997. The Prestige Sets contain standard issue proof coins and one or two proof commemorative coins.
    Prestige-Sets.html
  • Four of the first six Prestige Sets had six coins with the other two years having seven coins. Plus, three of the six sets commemorated the 1984 and 1988 Olympics.
    Prestige-Sets-1983-1989.html
  • The 1983 Prestige Set contained six coins in a leather book. The sixth coin, a silver dollar, commemorated the Summer Olympics held in Los Angeles in 1984.
    1983-Prestige-Set.html
  • The 1984 Prestige Set continued to honor the American Olympic athletes and the games in Los Angeles with the second Olympic Silver dollar minted by the US Mint.
    1984-Prestige-Set.html
  • After not producing a Prestige Set in 1985, the United States Mint resumed the program in 1986 with a whole new size and look to the package.
    1986-Prestige-Set.html
  • The 1987 Prestige Set commemorated the bicentennial of the framing of Constitution of the United States during the Constitutional Convention in 1787.
    1987-Prestige-Set.html
  • The Certificate of Authenticity for the 1987 Prestige Set recognized the artist for the commemorative US Constitution silver dollar and identified the coin specifications.
    1987-Prestige-Set-Certificate-of-Authenticity-and-Coin-Specifications.html
  • Page 1 of the US Constitution commemorated by the silver dollar in the 1987 Prestige Set for its bicentennial framing during the Constitutional Convention in 1787.
    1987-Prestige-Set-US-Constitution-Page-1.html
  • Page 2 of the US Constitution commemorated by the silver dollar in the 1987 Prestige Set for its bicentennial framing during the Constitutional Convention in 1787.
    1987-Prestige-Set-US-Constitution-Page-2.html
  • Page 3 of the US Constitution commemorated by the silver dollar in the 1987 Prestige Set for its bicentennial framing during the Constitutional Convention in 1787.
    1987-Prestige-Set-US-Constitution-Page-3.html
  • Page 4 of the US Constitution commemorated by the silver dollar in the 1987 Prestige Set for its bicentennial framing during the Constitutional Convention in 1787.
    1987-Prestige-Set-US-Constitution-Page-4.html
  • With the 1988 Prestige Set, the US Mint again commemorated the Olympic games by honoring the American athletes participating in the Winter and Summer Games.
    1988-Prestige-Set.html
  • The US Mint recognized 200 years of the Congress of the United States in the 1989 Prestige Set from 1789 to1989.
    1989-Prestige-Set.html
  • Six of the Prestige Sets of the 1990s had seven coins including a commemorative dollar and half dollar with the five proof coins. Only 1990 and 1997 had six coins.
    Prestige-Sets-1990-1997.html
  • 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.
    1990-Prestige-Set.html
  • 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.
    1991-Prestige-Set.html
  • 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.
    1992-Prestige-Set.html
  • 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.
    1993-Prestige-Set.html
  • The Certificate of Authenticity for the 1993 Prestige Set provided the artists for the commemorative coins along with the Mint's message and the coins' specifications.
    1993-Prestige-Set-Certificate-of-Authenticity-and-Coin-Specifications.html
  • Image of the Bill of Rights recognized along with James Madison in the 1983 Prestige Set with commemorative silver dollar and clad half dollar coins.
    1993-Prestige-Set-US-Bill-of-Rights.html
  • 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.
    1994-Prestige-Set.html
  • The 1995 Prestige Set recognized the importance of saving our national heritage with Civil War Battlefield Preservation comemmorative coins.
    1995-Prestige-Set.html
  • 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.
    1996-Prestige-Set.html
  • The final Prestige Set in 1997 celebrated the U.S. Botanical Gardens with a beautiful silver dollar highlighting the national flower, the rose.
    1997-Prestige-Set.html
  • The US Mint developed special Young Collector's Edition coin sets to help young people learn about our coins and special events, historical and current, important to the US heritage.
    Young-Collector-Coin-Sets.html
  • The United States Mint began providing Young Collectors Edition Coin Sets in 1993. One of the first included the 1993 Bill of Rights commemorative silver half dollar.
    Coin-Sets-1993-Bill-of-Rights.html
  • Another of the first Young Collector Edition Coin Sets was the 1993 World War II commemorative clad half dollar recognizing the 50th Anniversary.
    Coin-Sets-1993-World-War-II.html
  • Taking advantage of younger people's interest in sports and soccer, the Mint developed Young Collector Edition Coin Sets for the 1994 World Cup Soccer commemorative clad half dollar.
    Coin-Sets-1994-World-Cup-Soccer.html
  • In 1995, the Mint offered three Young Collectors Edition Coin Sets with one recognizing the Civil War Battlefields and helping preserve their history with a clad half dollar coin.
    Coin-Sets-1995-Civil-War-Battlefield.html
  • In 1995, the Mint provided three different Young Collectors Edition Coin Sets with two for the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996. The first of the Olympic coin sets was a basketball half dollar.
    Coin-Sets-1995-Atlanta-Olympics-Series-1-Basketball.html
  • In 1995, the Mint offered three Young Collectors Edition Coin Sets with two for the Atlanta Olympic Games in 1996. The second Olympic coin set included a baseball clad half dollar.
    Coin-Sets-1995-Atlanta-Olympics-Series-2-Baseball.html
  • In 1996, the Mint continued the coin sets for the Young Collectors Olympic Games Series recognizing the Atlanta Centennial Games with a third coin - a clad half dollar for swimming.
    Coin-Sets-1996-Atlanta-Olympics-Series-3-Swimming.html
  • In 1996, the last of the coin sets for the Young Collectors Olympic Games Series commemorates the Atlanta Centennial Games with the sport of soccer on a clad half dollar.
    Coin-Sets-1996-Atlanta-Olympics-Series-4-Soccer.html
  • In 1996, commemorating 150 years of collecting, the Mint offered a silver dollar in their Young Collectors Edition Coin Sets for the 150th anniversary of the Smithsonian Institution.
    Coin-Sets-1996-Smithsonian-Institution.html
  • In 1998, the United States Mint recognized and honored the Black Revolutionary War Patriots with an uncirculated silver dollar in their Young Collectors Edition Coin Sets.
    Coin-Sets-1998-Black-Revolutionary-War-Patriots.html
  • The 2008 Bald Eagle Young Collectors Edition coin sets honor our nation's symbol and contain the uncirculated bald eagle clad half dollar.
    Coin-Sets-2008-Bald-Eagle.html
  • Review our coin challenges. See if you can identify the coins by looking at a small part of the coins and a few hints. The coins can be clad, silver or gold; circulating or commemorative.
    Monthly-Greater-Atlanta-Coin-Show-Coin-Challenges.html
  • This coin challenge shows a small calf fighting being held by a rope attached to its halter. Who is holding the rope and what coin contains this image?
    Monthly-Greater-Atlanta-Coin-Show-Coin-Challenge-Calf.html
  • The coin shows' weblog provides commentary about coin shows, coins, coin sets, bullion and other collectible interests.
  • The Greater Atlanta Coin Shows' general information includes bourse chairman and coin show security information along with a brief history of the coin shows.
    Monthly-Greater-Atlanta-Coins-Shows-About-Us.html
  • Questions and suggestions about the Monthly Greater Atlanta Coin Shows can be sent to the bourse chairman or to the webmaster.
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