American Heritage Minting, Inc.

American Heritage Minting, Inc., is a world-renowned numismatic company buying strictly GEM quality English, French, and general foreign coins. AHM maintains an extensive raw and certified (PCGS & NGC) inventory of United States, gold, silver, copper, type and scarce date coins. AHM has always taken pride in building many of the most important collections for its customers. 

2017 Enhanced Uncirculated Set PCGS SP 70 First Day Of Issue

2017-S Enhanced Uncirculated Set

Now Available With Exclusive PCGS First Day Of Issue Denver ANA Label - SP 70

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Only sets that were submitted to PCGS on the first day of the Denver ANA were eligible for this rare first day of issue label.

Just 225,000 total sets were minted which marks the lowest  mintage for a Lincoln penny!



You receive all ten coins shown in the image graded by PCGS as SP 70(serial numbers will vary). These sets include:

2017-S Lincoln Penny graded SP 70RED

2017-S Jefferson Nickel graded SP70 FULL STEPS!

2017-S Roosevelt Dime graded SP 70 FULL BANDS!

2017-S Kennedy Half graded SP 70

2017-S Sacagawea graded SP 70

Five Quarters from the America the Beautiful Quarters® Program featuring:
Effigy Mounds National Monument in Iowa; Frederick Douglass National Historic Site in the District of Columbia; Ozark National Scenic Riverways in Missouri; Ellis Island in New Jersey; and George Rogers Clark National Historical Park in Indiana.


The 2017 enhanced set was struck in celebration of the Mint’s 225th anniversary. The set contains 10 coins with an enhanced uncirculated finish featuring a combination of laser-frosted areas and an unpolished field that accentuates design details. The process creates a unique contrast distinctly different from the mirror-like finish of proof coins. Each coin bears the “S” mint mark of the United States Mint at San Francisco.

PNG Warns Of Counterfeit Modern Bullion Coins


A warning against counterfeit coins has been issued by the Professional Numismatists Guild.

This fake of the popular gold American Eagle is easy to spot. PNG warns coin buyers to be on their guard.  

This fake of the popular gold American Eagle is easy to spot. PNG warns coin buyers to be on their guard.


Unsuspecting buyers have submitted counterfeit modern bullion coins to Numismatic Guaranty Corporation for authentication and grading, PNG said.

NGC, the official grading service of PNG, earlier reported submissions of counterfeit 2012-dated gold American Eagle $50 denomination coins.

Those particular counterfeits exhibit poorly defined details around Liberty’s face and hair, different fonts for lettering and the date compared to genuine coins and the color is different because the fakes are not composed of gold, according to Max Spiegel, a vice president of Certified Collectibles Group, NGC’s parent company.

Sales of counterfeit coins are potentially a multi-million dollar problem for the public, said Professional Numismatists Guild President Dana Samuelson.

“Professional dealers who look at classic U.S. coins and bullion items all day long are usually not fooled by these spurious items, but to the untrained eye they often look like the real thing,” he said.


Counterfeits of classic U.S. coins are appearing on the market.

Counterfeits of classic U.S. coins are appearing on the market.


“We conducted an informal inquiry of PNG members and PNG Accredited Precious Metals Dealers about what they’re encountering now in the marketplace. They have seen everything from counterfeits of vintage rare coins to modern precious metal items. These include fakes of popular century-old U.S. Morgan and Peace design silver dollars to current gold and silver American Eagles, gold U.S. Buffalo coins, silver and gold Chinese Pandas, and Canadian silver and gold Maple Leaf coins. We’re also seeing spurious gold and silver ingots,” said Samuelson.

If you don’t know coins, you better know your dealer, Samuelson said.