## What does Type 2 mean on a coin?

The “Type 2” coins feature an enhanced obverse and a brand new reverse. Today, the U.S. Mint begins selling its redesigned 2021-W Proof American Gold Eagle Coins. Products include a 1 oz. coin, fractional sized 1/2 oz., 1/4 oz. and 1/10 oz.

### What is the difference between Type 1 and Type 2 silver coins?

The obverse side includes a depiction of Lady Liberty walking into a setting sun. The reverse depicts a version of the American Bald Eagle. While the original Type 1 Silver Eagle featured the Heraldic Eagle of the United States, the newly released Type 2 shows the Bald Eagle flying with an olive branch in its talons.

**How much are 1981 proof sets worth?**

1981 US Mint Proof Set Other coins included in the 1981 set were the Lincoln Cent, Jefferson Nickel, Roosevelt Dime, Washington Quarter, and Kennedy Half. The price for the set was raised once again from $10 to $11.

**What is the difference in Type 1 and type 2 silver coins?**

## How much are U.S. proof sets worth?

Modern U.S. Proof Set Coin Values

Date & Type | Total Sets Sold | Avg. Sell Value |
---|---|---|

1942 5-piece | 21,120 | $925.00 |

1942 6-piece | ^ | $950.00 |

1950 | 51,386 | $400.00 |

1951 | 57,500 | $410.00 |

### What is a Type 2 silver dollar?

These gorgeous silver eagle coins are minted at West Point, Philadelphia, or San Francisco and contain one ounce of 0.999 pure silver. These are the “Type 2” 2021 silver eagles, which feature an all-new eagle reverse design – the first major design change to our beloved silver eagle in 35 years!

**What is a 1979 type 2 proof set worth?**

Later in 1979, the U.S. Mint enhanced the S mintmark so that it looks clearer. 1979 Type 2 proof sets contain the clearer S mintmark and are somewhat scarcer than the Type 1 proof sets. The 1979 Type 2 mintmark was used until mid-1981. 1979 Type 2 proof sets are worth $100 to $120. What Coins Come In The 1979 Proof Set?

**What denominations are in The 1979-S type 1 proof set?**

Both the 1979-S Type 1 and 1979-S Type 2 proof sets contain the same 6 denominations, including: Lincoln cent Jefferson nickel Roosevelt dime Washington quarter Kennedy half dollar Susan B. Anthony dollar The verdict was still out on the Susan B. Anthony dollar in 1979 — which had just been released in July of that year.

## What happened to the proof set in 1979?

This is also the year of 2 different types of proof sets — as the U.S. Mint changed (very slightly) the appearance of the ‘S’ mintmark on the coins in the proof set. Proof sets from earlier in the year (called 1979 Type 1 proof sets) show mintmarks that look nearly blob-like.

### What is the difference between 1979-S type 1 and Type 2 coins?

As mentioned earlier, the 1979-S Type 2 proof set is scarcer than the 1979-S Type 1 proof set, thus making the “Clear S” proof set more valuable. Both the 1979-S Type 1 and 1979-S Type 2 contain only 6 proof coins — so they are equal from that standpoint.