Last 25 Years of Lincoln Wheat Penny Collection(1934-1958)

Last 25 Years of Lincoln Wheat Penny Collection(1934-1958)
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Commemorate Honest Abe's 100th birthday with a fine collection: the last 25 years of the Lincoln wheat penny. The first US coin to feature an image of an actual person, this penny was introduced in 1909 and minted through 1958. The highlight of this collection is a 1943 steel cent, issued while copper was conserved for the war effort. From UPM Global, LLC.

  • Includes 25 Lincoln wheat pennies and case
  • Coins, with exception of 1943 steel penny, minted of 95% copper
  • Designed by Victor Brenner
  • Manufacturer's Certificate of Authenticity
  • Case measures 11" x 8-5/8" x 1/16"

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Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Don't go there! Worst purchase ever. Shorted two pennies, and the ones that did come were in such bad shape, you can hardly read the dates. Cardboard to display them looks cheaply made. Should send it back, but it's not worth the hassle! 04-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wonderful collection I got this for my son who collects coins and he was very happy with it. We always look for the "wheat" pennies and keep them. This was very well done and love the stainless steel one. 07-10-13
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