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Why Order This Mint State 66 Set of 1943-P, D, and S Steel Lincoln Cents?
The Lincoln cent is one of the most widely collected coins ever struck by the U.S. Mint. The Lincoln design was first used in 1909, the cents in this set were minted in 1943. As you can see, they don't look like normal Lincoln cents and that's because these coins are made of steel. There are 3 coins in this set; 1 was struck in Philadelphia, 1 was struck in Denver and 1 was struck in San Francisco.
Brenner's Classic Work
The obverse of each coin features a detailed portrait of one of our nation's most famous presidents, Abraham Lincoln. The date and mintmark of each can be found to the right of him.
The reverse displays the face value. This side features the classic Wheat Ear design.
3 Certified Mint State 66 Coins
All 3 of these steel Lincoln cents have been certified by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Each one received the same grade, Mint State 66. The grading scale has a maximum of 70, and this information comes relayed on a World War II themed NGC label. These coins are in uncirculated condition and have few flaws.
Order while it's available, this NGC Mint State 66 1943 P, D, and S steel Lincoln cent set could be yours.
|Year of Issue:||1943|
|Label/Signature:||WWII Anniversary Label|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
|Obverse Design:||Right-Facing Lincoln|
|Reverse Design:||Denomination Between Wheat Stalks|