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Why Purchase This Roll of 50 VG 1943 Steel Lincoln Cents?
The Lincoln cent has been struck in a number of major varieties over the years. Among the most well-known is the 1943 Lincoln steel cent which was only minted in 1943 due to a copper shortage caused by World War II. The Lincoln cents in this roll are all steel cents from 1943. These coins were struck at the Philadelphia Mint, so they do not have mint marks. There were 84,628,670 steel Lincoln cents minted in Philadelphia in 1943.
Classic Wheat Cent Design
The obverse of each cent in this roll displays a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. This design is the work of Victor David Brenner. The date, "LIBERTY," and "IN GOD WE TRUST" can also be found here.
The reverse features the wheat ears design. This was also created by Brenner. The inscriptions here read "ONE CENT," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," and "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA."
Roll of 50 VG Condition
The steel cents in this roll have not been certified by a third-party service. Each one is in Very Good condition, so wear is visible. However, a number of original details still remain. The roll contains 50 cents.
Make this roll of 50 VG 1943 steel Lincoln cents a part of your collection while you have the opportunity.
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