Expand a Lincoln cent collection with hard-to-find Denver Mint issues from the first decade of this long-running series. You’ll receive seven different “D” mint mark issues dating from 1911 to 1919 – a time when far fewer Lincoln cents were struck in Denver than at the main U.S. Mint in Philadelphia. This set includes the historic first “D” mint mark Lincoln cent struck in 1911.
All over 95 years old, these early Lincoln cents feature the original Wheat Ears reverse by Victor David Brenner – whose image of Abraham Lincoln on the obverse was the first depiction of an actual person on a circulating U.S. coin. These early-years Wheat cents become more difficult to find each year, and expert Sol Taylor estimated in his Standard Guide to the Lincoln Cent in 1983 that 99.99% of all Lincolns dated before 1940 had been pulled from circulation. Order this affordable 7-coin set of early “D” mint mark Wheaties while supplies last!
- Mint Mark: Denver
- Product Type: Sets