The cent shown is no average coin, it's a one-of-a-kind Lincoln cent, mistakenly struck in 1943 at the Denver Mint in bronze rather than the zinc-coated steel used that year to conserve copper for World War II. Sold at Auction for Million Dollars.
2006 p - colorado - state quarter error coin - rev-obv die chips - uncirculated
Lincoln Cent With a Doubled Die Obverse This coin is exceedingly rare. The early specimens were confiscated by the Secret Service until the U. Mint admitted they were genuine. Counterfeits abound, but usually have the wrong mint mark.
Accurately Graded 1945 D NGC MS 67 Red Lincoln Wheat Cent . Very strong strike with razor sharp wheat lines. Pleasing red color. Superior luster and great eye appeal.All of our coins are chosen for maximum eye appeal for the grade and price.