1943 Lincoln Steel Penny Collection

Discover a lost piece of American history! The 1943 Lincoln Steel Penny Collection harkens back to the height of World War II, when copper was earmarked for the war effort, and pennies were temporarily made from low-grade carbon steel. This handsome collection features five steel pennies, artfully mounted under clear polymer in a black-finished wood frame with an easel back. Includes certificate of authenticity.

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1943 Lincoln Steel Penny Collection

When copper was hard to come by, the U.S. Mint made pennies from steel! This handsome set commemorates those uniquely historic years.

• A great introduction to coin collecting

• Includes five unique steel pennies: one from the Philadelphia mint (without mint mark), one from the Denver mint (with mint mark) and one from San Francisco mint (with mint mark), plus two steel pennies mounted to show the Wheat back

• Steel pennies issued for only one year

• Pennies made from low-grade carbon steel with a zinc coating

• Includes coins from the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco mints

• Coins are mounted under clear polymer

• Black-finished wood frame with easel back

• Includes certificate of authenticity


Length: 9.13  Inches
Width: 7.19
Height: 0.5  Inches
Weight: 0.94 Lbs


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