Last 25 Years Lincoln Wheat Penny

Last 25 Years Lincoln Wheat Penny

$39.99

 

The last twenty-five years of the Lincoln wheat-ear cent meet in our unique collection. Designed by Victor Brenner in honor of the 100th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth and first to display the image of an actual person, this historical penny was introduced in 1909. Ours are dated from 1934 to 1958. This exquisite collection includes the rare and beautiful Lincoln Steel Cent which was only minted in the year 1943 as copper was needed for the war effort. With the exception of the 1943 Lincoln Steel Cent, these Lincoln wheat-ear pennies were minted of 95% copper. 11" x 8 5/8".


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Last 25 Years Lincoln Wheat Penny #DZ72471
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  • 5 Star Review
  • Date: August 23, 2016
  • Reviewer: 
  • Lamar, Colorado
  • Wooow!!!!

  • This collection is just awesome!!!!
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  • 4 Star Review
  • Date: December 31, 2013
  • Reviewer: 
  • Mo. Valley, IA
  • Great gift

  • Only complaint would be that I wish it had come with a frame. Other than that it was a great Xmas gift. He really liked it.
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    • 0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • 5 Star Review
  • Date: July 13, 2013
  • Reviewer: 
  • las vegas
  • Great Find

  • it turned out better than i had hoped, would and will be buying more for family and friends, great gift idea
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    • 0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • 3 Star Review
  • Date: November 08, 2011
  • Reviewer: 
  • San Diego County, CA
  • Frustrating

  • They're fine, I guess. They came loose in plastic. I tried putting the coins in the "slots" but they so "dirty" that I can't read the dates to put them in order. I read on the internet that the ways you can clean the pennys yourself, will devalue them if they are worth something & need to have them profesionally cleaned. Since this was a gift I am frustrated as what to do. Also, the cardboard has no backing on it so the holes for the slots go straight through and it's difficult to get the pennies in place w/o them just popping out the back.
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    • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful