1943-D 1¢ Lincoln Wheat Cent Coin Penny Zinc, Steel, WWII Era, Denver
1943-D 1¢ LINCOLN WHEAT CENT PENNY
("SMALL CENT" COIN CATEGORY).
A TRUE PIECE OF AMERICAN HISTORY!
A RARE COIN PRODUCED IN THE DENVER MINT WITH
STEEL COATED ZINC, BECAUSE DURING WORLD
WAR II, COPPER WAS BEING USED
FOR THE WAR EFFORT.
1943: 684 MILLION COINS WERE PRODUCED IN
THE PHILADELPHIA MINT
1943-D: 217 MILLION COINS WERE PRODUCED IN
THE DENVER MINT
...THIS IS WHY THE 1943-D COIN IS IN HIGH DEMAND
FROM COLLECTORS (MOST OF THEM LOOKING
TO FILL A MISSING 1943-D SPOT
IN THEIR COIN BOOK!).
LINCOLN CENTS WERE FIRST MINTED IN 1909 TO
CELEBRATE THE 100TH ANNIVERSARY OF
ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S BIRTH IN 1809.
THE FIRST LINCOLN CENTS WERE CALLED
"WHEAT CENTS" DUE TO THE WHEAT
EARS ON THE REVERSE.
NOTE 1: WE PURCHASED THE COIN IN THIS
CONDITION, AND IT OBVIOUSLY APPEARS
TO HAVE BEEN CLEANED.
NOTE 2: THIS COIN IS FOR COLLECTING
PURPOSES ONLY, AND NOT FOR
USE AS CURRENCY!
AWESOME COIN...AND MAKES A GREAT GIFT!
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