1909-2019 Lincoln Wheat Cent Collection BU Memorial 1c Set *FREE PRIORITY SHIP*

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Seller: jojojr1 (7,574) 100%, Location: COLORADO, Ships to: US, CA, MX, Item: 273855315657 1909-2019 LINCOLN CENT COLLECTION WHEAT PENNY SET + BU LINCOLN MEMORIAL SET Up for your consideration is this nice Lincoln cent collection with coins from 1909-2019 included. The coins range in grade from average circulated to brilliant uncirculated condition. The wheat cents from 1909 to 1958 are in average circulated to very fine condition with a few that might be better. The Memorial cents portion of this collection is complete from 1959 to 2019 and all are in brilliant uncirculated condition. The coins that are included from 1909 to 1958 are listed below. This collection contains all 8 of the commemorative Lincoln cents issued in 2009 plus the brand new 2010-P,D through 2019-P,D Lincolns. The 2010 through 2019 cents depict the Union shield on the reverse which is fitting since president Lincoln preserved the union during the Civil War. There are coins from all three mints represented in this set - DENVER - PHILADELPHIA - SAN FRANCISCO. The following dates are included: 1909-P, 1910-P, 1911-P, 1913-P, 1916-P, 1917-P, 1918-P, 1919-P, 1920-P, 1923-P, 1924-P, 1925-P, 1926-P, 1927-P, 1928-P, 1929-P, 1930-P, 1934-P, 1935-P, 1936-P, 1937-P, 1938-P, 1939-P, 1940-P, 1941-P, 1942-P, 1943-P STEEL, 1944-P, 1945-P, 1946-P, 1947-S, 1948-P, 1949-D, 1950-D, 1951-D, 1952-D, 1953-D, 1954-D, 1955-D, 1956-D, 1957-D, 1958-D, 1959-PD, 1960-P LARGE DATE, 1960-D LARGE DATE, 1961-PD, 1962-PD, 1963-PD, 1964-PD, 1965-P, 1966-P, 1967-P, 1968-PDS, 1969-PDS, 1970-PDS, 1971-PDS, 1972-PDS, 1973-PDS, 1974-PDS, 1975-PD, 1976-PD, 1977-PD, 1978-PD, 1979-PD, 1980-PD, 1981-PD, (ALL 7 DIFFERENT 1982 VARIETIES) 1982-P COPPER LARGE DATE, 1982-P COPPER SMALL DATE, 1982-P ZINC LARGE DATE, 1982-P ZINC SMALL DATE, 1982-D COPPER LARGE DATE, 1982-D ZINC LARGE DATE, 1982-D ZINC SMALL DATE, 1983-PD, 1984-PD, 1985-PD, 1986-PD, 1987-PD, 1988-PD, 1989-PD, 1990-PD, 1991-PD, 1992-PD, 1993-PD, 1994-PD, 1995-PD, 1996-PD, 1997-PD, 1998-PD, 1999-PD, 2000-PD, 2001-PD, 2002-PD, 2003-PD, 2004-PD, 2005-PD, 2006-PD, 2007-PD, 2008-D, 2009-P & D Log cabin, Formative years, Professional life, & Presidential year cents plus the brand new 2010-P,D + 2011-P,D + 2012-P,D + 2013-P,D + 2014-P,D +2015-P,D + 2016-P,D, 2017-P,D, 2018-P,D & 2019-P,D Union shield reverse cents. This set is housed in 2 brand new Harris folders that protect and display the coins very nicely. These folders will allow you to view the entire collection at one time and they fold up for convenient safe storage. These folders are blank and don't have any printing in them making it so you can label the coins as to your preference. The 7 1982 varieties are placed in the folder in the exact order that they appear in this description for reference. If you have been watching the prices of Lincoln cents lately you know that their values have been skyrocketing in the last few years and are getting much tougher to find. The next few years should be very exciting for Lincoln cent collectors. This year the Lincoln cent series will be 110 years old and be the longest running coin series in U.S. history. Congress passed a bill that made changes to the Lincoln cent in 2009 celebrating the bicentennial anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. The Mint produced 4 circulating commemorative cents during 2009 that represent different aspects of Lincoln's life: A) His birth and early childhood in Kentucky - Log Cabin - ; B) His formative years in Indiana; C) His professional life in Illinois; & D) His Presidency in Washington D.C. The U.S. Mint also produced a “Copper” 2009 cent just for collectors that is only available in Mint and Proof sets. It contains the same composition as the early wheat cents, not the copper coated zinc that today's cents are made of. In 1982 the Mint switched from copper cents to copper coated zinc because it was costing more than one cent to make a copper cent. In the last few years zinc prices have went up so much that it is once again costing the Mint more than face value to produce them so you can bet they probably won't make them much longer. The Canadian Mint has already discontinued production of their one cent coin. All of these changes in design combined with the fact that the Mint will probably eliminate cent production soon will push prices of Lincolns ever higher as more and more collectors compete for the remaining specimens. Would make an excellent gift for that special collector in your life or just to put away for the future. Powered by eBay Turbo Lister The free listing tool. List your items fast and easy and manage your active items. Modified Item: No, Certification: Uncertified

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