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    1909 VDB PCGS MS64 Red /brown FYI SOLD  
    1909 VDB Mint State 64 Cent (PCGS) Red Brown  Here we have a First year of issue Lincoln cent that has the designers initials Victor D. Brenner (V.D.B.) on the reverse.  PCGS was this listed at $72. SOLD  
      1909 VDB PCGS MS64 Red FYI $99.99  
    1909 VDB Mint State 64 Cent (PCGS) Red The 200th anniversary of Lincolns Birthday has sparked a new interest in this series and this date is getting harder to find in higher grades. PCGS was this listed at $110. We have two available at $99.99 each

 
      1926 NNC MS-65 Red Cleaned $24.99  
    1926 Mint State 65 Cent (NNC)  Although it's not listed as cleaned, to us it looks like it has been cleaned and is starting to tone. I think this coin would have better eye appeal if it completely turns brown. NNC gave this unattractive coin a MS65.
 
      1930 PCGS MS65 Red   $49.99  
    1930 Mint State 65 Cent (PCGS) Red  Here we have a 1930 wheatback cent in a PCGS holder. Bright red in color with just a couple small spots that kept this from grading any higher.

 
      1930 NGC MS66 Red   $85  
    1930 Mint State 66 Cent (NGC) Red  Another 1930 wheat back cent in Mint State condition. This one is in a NGC holder and was given an impressive Mint State 66 red. Coin Values has this listed at a whopping $125 but here it will cost you $85.

 
      1930-S ANACS MS64 Red /Brown   $19.99  
    1930-S Mint State 64 Cent (ANACS) Red brown  as you can see by the numbering system on this ANACS holder this was graded back in 1990 to 1991. It has nice even red brown color and for the grade minimal bag marks.

 
      1935 PCGS MS-66 Red   $49.00  
    1935 WHEATBACK CENT This coin has razor sharp details, orange luster and Mint State 66+ fields. It's in a trusted PCGS holder and would look great in any collection. We have 2 of these available at only 49.00each

 
      1936 NNC MS-68 Red   SOLD  
    1936 Mint State 68 Cent (NNC) Red  Here we have a very fresh looking 1936 cent. It was given a whopping Mint State 68 by new comer on the market NNC. It has great mint luster and a bold strike. SOLD  
      1937-D PCGS MS-66 Red   $39.99  
    1937 denver cent    An excellent example of a 1937 wheatback cent minted in Denver. A strong strike, smooth fields and orange in color (bright red spots are from the scanner).  It's housed in a PCGS holder, they graded it MS66.

 
      1938-S PCGS MS-66 Red   $39.99  
    1937-d Mint State 66 Cent (PCGS) Red This coin has razor sharp details, bright orange luster and Mint State 66+ fields. It's in a trusted PCGS holder and would look great in any collection. The bright red spots is from the scanner, coin has even natural orange in color.

 
      1939 PCGS MS-66 Red   $39.99  
    1939 Mint State 66 Cent (PCGS) Red  A pleasing example of a 1939 wheatback cent that looks like it was fresh from the bank. It's in a plastic PCGS holder.

 
      1939-D ANACS MS66 Red Blue toned $39.99  
    1939-D Mint State 66 Cent red (ANACS) Toned  Here we have a 1939 D graded back in the early Nineties. It was given a grade of Mint State 66 red. It has a slight blue tone highlights on Lincolns profile and the bottom half of the reverse has a electric blue tone.

 
      1940-S NTC MS67 Red trends for $160 $29.99  
    Here we have another beautiful two toned (light and dark orange) wheat back cent. The front changes color for top to bottom and actually has streaks across the profile at a 45 degree angle (strange).  Here we have another beautiful two toned (light and dark orange) wheat back cent. The front changes color for top to bottom and actually has streaks across the profile at a 45 degree angle (strange).
 
      1940-S NTC MS67 Red trends for $160 $29.99  
    Another nice looking 1940 S minted wheat cent. It has a orange brown look to it and displays minimal bags marks. It's graded by NTC as Mint state 67 red.
 
      1941 NNC MS68 Red   $39.99  
    1941 Mint State 68 Cent (NNC) Red  This is an amazing example of a 1941 wheatback cent. It has razor sharp details, no nicks or bag marks and blazing bright red in color. This cent is graded MS-68 by NNC.
 
      1942 NNC MS67 Red spot $29.99  
    1942 Mint State 67 Cent (NNC) Red  This wheat back cent is graded by National Numismatic Certification (NNC) as Mint state 67 red. Coin World values has it listed for 100 dollars at that grade but because of a spot on the obverse it will only cost you 29.99. 2 available
 
      1942 ANACS MS66 Red   $34.99  
    1942 Mint State 66 Cent (ANACS) Red This coin has killer eye appeal, fresh mint luster and a razor sharp strike. This coin would be a nice addition to any collection.
 
      1942-D ANACS MS66 Red   $24.99  
    1942-D Mint State 66 Cent (ANACS) Red  An impressive high-grade Mint State gem wheatback cent in a new American's oldest Grading service holder (ANACS). We have 2 of these available.

 
      1942-D NNC MS68 Red   $29.99  
    1942-D Mint State 68 Cent (NNC) Red  This is an amazing example of a 1942 Denver minted wheatback cent. It has razor sharp details, no nicks or bag marks and blazing bright red in color. This cent is graded MS-68 by NNC.
 
      1942-D PCI MS67 Red   $39.99  
    1942-D Mint State 67 Cent (PCI) Red This Denver minted wheatback cent is graded and authenticated by PCI. They gave this coin a grade of MS67. Coin World trends this at $100.00. Grab this certified example for only 39.99.
 
      1942-D PCGS MS-66 Red   $39.99  
    1942-D Mint State 66 Cent (PCGS) Red This coin has razor sharp details, bright orange luster and Mint State 66+ fields. It's in a trusted PCGS holder and would look great in any collection.
 
      1943 NTC MS67 Steel   $39.99  
    1943 Mint State 67 Cent (NTC) Steel  An impressive high-grade Mint State gem wheatback cent graded by NTC. Not only does this coin have killer white mint luster, but it also has a mint error (not listed on slab). At the base of Lincoln's profile there is a die crack across his whole arm.

 
      1943-D NGC MS66 Steel   $39.99  
    This 1943 Zinc plated steel cent is housed in one of NGC's older "big boy" holders. Because of the war, the US Government needed more copper so they made the cents out of zinc plated steel for that year but quickly realized that they rust.      This 1943 Zinc plated steel cent is housed in one of NGC's older "big boy" holders. Because of the war, the US Government needed more copper so they made the cents out of zinc plated steel for that year but quickly realized that they rust.
 
      1944-D NGC MS66 Red Shell-case brass $24.99  
    1944-D Mint State 66 Cent (NGC) Red  This coin has an amazing razor sharp strike, all the details are bold with no weak spots. It was graded by NGC as MS-66, it is full red with only one spot one of the wheat stacks on the reverse.

 
      1944-D NTC MS67 Red Shell-case brass $29.99  
    1944-D Mint State 67 Cent (NTC) Red  Here we have a nice 2-toned example of  a 1944 Denver minted wheat cent. It has a strong stike and virtually mark free fields. It's graded by NTC as Mint state 67 red.
 
      1944-D PCGS MS-66 Red Shell-case brass $29.99  
    1944-D Mint State 66 Cent (PCGS) Red  PCGS authenticated this coin as original non-cleaned Mint State 66 Red. It has a bold strike, deep red in color and was minted in Denver.
 
      1944-S ANACS MS66 Red Shell-case brass $24.99  
    1944-S Mint State 66 Cent (ANACS) Red  An impressive shell-case brass example in a new American's oldest Grading service holder (ANACS). This graded this coin as Mint state 66 red.

 
      1944-S NNC MS67   Shell-case brass $29.99  
    1944-S Mint State 67 Cent (NNC) Red    This coins has a bold strike, MS67 fields, and deep red color. Cents made between 1944 thru 1946 were made out of shell-casing from world war 2.
 
      1945-D NTC MS66 Red Shell-case brass $17.99  
    Here we have a high-grade Mint State 66 gem in a NumisTrust Corp. holder (NTC). This coin has nice mint luster, strong strike,  and mark free fields. A good chance to get a shell-case brass cent at a reasonable price.  Here we have a high-grade Mint State 66 gem in a NumisTrust Corp. holder (NTC). This coin has nice mint luster, strong strike,  and mark free fields. A good chance to get a "shell-case brass" cent at a reasonable price.

 
      1945-S NNC MS67 Red Shell-case brass $24.99  
    1945-S Mint State 67 Cent (NNC) Red    This 1945 wheat back cent has rich deep red color and virtually mark free fields. NNC gave this a grade of Mint State 67 red. A nice example of a shell case brass cent for under thirty dollars.
 
      1945-S NNC MS68 Red Shell-case brass $29.99  
    1945-S Mint State 68 Cent (NNC) Red  An impressive ultra high grade example of a shell-case brass cent. National Numismatic certification grave this a lofty grade of Mint state 68.

 
      1946 NNC MS66 Red Shell-case brass $19.99  
    1946 Mint State 66 Cent (NNC) Red The next shell-case brass example is a 1946 the last year the US mint used brass shell casings to make cents. This one is graded by NNC as Mint state 66 red.

 
      1946-D NNC MS67 Red/Brown Shell-case brass $17.99  
    1946-D Mint State 67 Cent (NNC) Red    This coin was the last year that US Coins were made out of the shell casing from world war 2. Even though NNC gave this a high grade, it has several carbon spots (more then usual) and uneven color, so we are dropping the price to only 17.99.
 
      1947-S ICG MS66 Red   $19.99  
    This ICG certified Abraham Lincoln cent was the first year back to the bronze alloy after three years of "shell-case brass". This coins red is a little dark but still red enough to keep the red designation.   This ICG certified Abraham Lincoln cent was the first year back to the bronze alloy after three years of "shell-case brass". This coins red is a little dark but still red enough to keep the "red" designation.

 
      PCGS 20 coin certified holder   $9.99  
    Need a place to put your certified coins? Here we have a PCGS holder that will hold 20 coins. It fits most certification holders (PCGS, NGC, PCI, ICG, NTC...) and only very lightly used. Need a place to put your certified coins? Here we have a PCGS holder that will hold 20 coins. It fits most certification holders (PCGS, NGC, PCI, ICG, NTC...) and only very lightly used.
 
      1948-D ICG MS66 Red   $24.99  
    An impressive high-grade Mint State gem in a Independent Coin Grading holder (ICG). This coin has nice luster with mint state 66+ fields.  An impressive high-grade Mint State gem in a Independent Coin Grading holder (ICG). This coin has nice luster with mint state 66+ fields.

 
      1948-S PCGS MS66 Red   $29.99  
    1948-S Mint State 66 Cent (PCGS) Red  A beautiful example of a 1948 S Mint State gem penny in a Professional  Coin Grading Service slab. PCGS gave this coin a grade of Mint State 66.

 
      1949-S ICG MS66 Red   $19.99  
    An impressive high-grade Mint State gem in a Independent Coin Grading holder (ICG). This coin has nice luster with just one carbon spot on the his cheek although it almost blends right in.  This coin has nice luster with just one carbon spot on the his cheek although it almost blends right in. A high-grade Mint State gem in a Independent Coin Grading holder (ICG).

 
      1949-S PCGS MS66 Red   $27.99  
    1949-S Mint State 66 Cent (PCGS) Red  I'm kind of shocked that PCGS gave this coin such a high grade. There is a couple spots on the obverse fields that looks like someone took a brillo pad to (major hair line). It's also starting to look more like a Red/brown rather then the red as listed on the slab.

 
      1949-S PCGS MS66 Red   $34.99  
    ...same as the one listed above except mark free fields deep red in color and no hair lines. This PCGS coin is worth of a Mint state 66. A couple small lines of what looks like a finger print on the reverse drops this coin to only $34.99. SOLD  
                       
   

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