During the Great Depression, most of the nation didn’t have two cents to rub together. And if they did, chances are they spent them. That’s why it’s so unusual to come across these prized 1934-D cents still Red Brown and in Choice Uncirculated condition from an original roll. Early “Wheaties” were hardworking coins. Back then, a loaf of bread was only 8¢, and folks relied on these copper coins to buy necessities.
Now you can own this Depression-era coin, from an original roll in lustrous Mint State condition. Struck in Denver, the 1934-D cents represent only 11% of all Lincoln cents struck that year. Over 80 years old, each is beautiful red-brown and in Choice Uncirculated condition, so you can enjoy every detail of the famed Wheat Ears design.
- Year: 1934
- Product Type: Single Products
- Lincoln Cent Series: Wheat Ear (1909-1958)
- Mint Mark: Denver