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THE 1922 PLAIN (NO D) LINCOLN CENT
As an exact size reduction availble in either proof finish. The coin was designed by Victor D. Brenner in order to commemorate the 100th anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln's birth. The Lincoln Cent was the first coin in US history to be stamped with the motto 'In God We Trust'. No actual Lincoln Cents were minted at the Philadelphia Mint in 1922. However, an unknown number of 'weak D' and 'no D' Lincoln Cents originating from the Denver Mint were struck. Thus creating one of the most sought after error coins in United States history.
This coin consists of an EXACT SIZE superbly crafted replica of one of the rarest error coins ever minted. A genuine high quality 1922 Plain (No D) Lincoln Cent would be worth well over $10,000.
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Weighs 3.11 grams
19 Millimeters in Diameter
Individually Die-Struck Replica
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