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Lincoln Wheat (1909-1958)

If you choose to collect Lincoln Cents you will find lots to work with and study as it is the United State's longest-running coin series. It replaced the Indian Head Penny in 1909 and is still being produced today.

The metals used in the Lincoln penny have changed several times over its lifetime. Initially it was made of 95% copper and 5% tin and zinc. The 1943 penny, however, was made of steel coated with zinc.

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1917 Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.30

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1917 D Lincoln Wheat Cent
$1.10

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1917 S Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.50

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1918 Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.30

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1918 D Lincoln Wheat Cent
$1.00

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1918 S Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.30

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1919 Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.30

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1919 D Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.75

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1919 S Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.30

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1920 Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.20

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1920 D Lincoln Wheat Cent
$1.05

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1920 S Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.50

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