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Generally speaking, proof coins have a higher relative mark-up than uncirculated coins. As a collector’s item, proofs can be sold for more than the value of the raw precious metals they contain. However, the downside is they cost a little more than uncirculated coins to purchase.What is the difference between proof and mint state coins?
Coin proofs are easily distinguishable from Mint state coins due to their appearance. The term “proof” refers to the method of manufacturing the coin. Coin proofs are struck on highly-polished metal, giving them a mirrored effect. Mint state coins have a matte finish and often contain minor imperfections due to the minting process.