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When the United States Mint was created in 1792, one of the first coins it made was the one-cent coin, and it looked very different from the modern cent. The image on the first cent was of a lady with flowing hair, who symbolized liberty. The coin was larger and made of pure copper, while today's smaller penny is made of copper and zinc.
Lincoln Wheat (1909-1958)
Lincoln Wheat (1909-1958)
Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008)
Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008)
2009 Lincoln Cents
2009 Lincoln Cents
Lincoln Shield (2010-Date)
Lincoln Shield (2010-Date)

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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 S Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.30

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1919 Lincoln Wheat Cent
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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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1921 Lincoln Wheat Cent
$0.50