Uncirculated 2011 Mint Set Released


The United States Mint today, February 8, released its uncirculated 2011 Mint Set for a price of $31.95.

2011 US Mint Uncirculated Set
The US Mint issued its Uncirculated 2011 Mint Set at noon Eastern Time on February 8

Its release date was first officially announced in September and is a part of a US Mint plan to issue core annual products earlier in the year.

While many coin collectors will describe the new product simply as the "2011 Mint Set," its official registered name is the 2011 United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set®.

The coin set is the third in a string of major releases from the US Mint. It follows the clad 2011 Proof Set which was released on January 11 for the same $31.95 price and the 2011 Silver Proof Set which debuted on January 25 for $67.95.

With a total of 28 coins packaged within two folders, the 2011 Mint Set includes double the coins as compared to the other annual issues released this year. Each folder contains 14 coins sealed in a blister and all from the same facility. One folder is filled with coins from the Denver Mint while the other has coins only from the Philadelphia Mint.

Uncirculated Coins within US Mint Set

Within each set are uncirculated collector versions of all of the 2011-dated circulating coins, including the:

  • P & D Presidential Dollar Coins (honoring Presidents Andrew Johnson, Ulysses S. Grant, Rutherford B. Hayes and James Garfield)
  • P & D Native American Dollar Coins (this year’s reverse is emblematic of the peace alliance created by the 1621 Wampanoag Treaty)
  • P & D Kennedy Half Dollars
  • P & D Roosevelt Dimes
  • P & D Jefferson Nickels
  • P & D Lincoln Cent

Plus, the five newly designed quarters. The 2011 America the Beautiful Quarters included in the Mint Set are:

  • P & D Gettysburg National Military Park Quarters, representing the state of Pennsylvania
  • P & D Glacier National Park Quarters, representing the state of Montana
  • P & D Olympic National Park Quarters, representing the state of Washington
  • P & D Vicksburg National Military Park Quarters, representing the state of Mississippi
  • P & D Chickasaw National Recreation Area Quarters, representing the state of Oklahoma

Under the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program, five new quarters will appear annually until 2021 for a total of 56 new designs. Each design featured on the reverse of the quarters will honor a site emblematic of a national park or other national site. One site has already been selected from each state, the District of Columbia and the five United States Territories.

New with the US Mint Sets this year are the brilliant coin finishes. The Mint stopped using its satin finish which had been used on the annual coin sets between 2005 and 2010. The finish is essentially the same as seen on business strikes produced for circulation. The major differentiating factors are the extra care taken during the production of the uncirculated coins within the collector set. Special presses which use greater force are also used for the coins, resulting in a sharper and more detailed image.

Order from US Mint

The product may be purchased directly through the Mint’s online store at:

Annual Coin Sets Product Page

Orders may also be placed using its toll-free number, 1-800-USA-MINT (872-6468). Hearing and speech-impaired customers may order by calling 1-888-321-MINT (6468).

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