SET "D" (.01, .05, .10, .25, .50 & 2 Susan B. Anthony dollars) and SET "P" (.01, .05, .10, .25, .50 & Susan B. Anthony dollar)
1981 Uncirculated Mint Set The 1981 Mint Set has been viewed as a key issue since its initial release. The set contains three coins, which were
not issued for circulation, but only struck for inclusion within the sets. Similar situations would occur on a few other occasions and each of these
sets carries a certain mystique.
After the Susan B. Anthony Dollar failed to circulate with any degree of success, production was stopped in 1980 with more than enough coins
remaining in storage to handle the minimal public demand. For what was long considered the final year of the series, the 1981 Susan B. Anthony
Dollar was struck only for inclusion within the 1981 Uncirculated Mint Set. Eighteen years later, the series would reprise within one final issue.
Collectors ordered the set heavily, resulting in a final mintage of nearly 3 million. This was despite the fact that the US Mint had increased the price
of the set by $2.00 from the prior year, despite the fact that the set had the same number of coins and the same face value.
Besides the noted dollar coins, each set included circulation strike coins from the Philadelphia and Denver Mints for the cent, nickel, dime, quarter,
and half dollar. These were packaged in cellophane packs within a plain white envelope.
Unknown at the time of issue, no Mint Sets would be issued during the following two years.