During the Great Depression, most Americans 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 original rolls of these 1930 cents in Mint State condition,with original lustrous glow and full red color! These early “Wheaties” were hardworking coins from when a loaf of bread was only 8¢ and folks relied on these copper coins to buy necessities. Minted in Philadelphia over 85 years ago, these coins boast outstanding eye appeal. Seldom seen in original rolls with full red color, graded by our experts and certified by NGC.
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Single Products
- Year: 1930
- Lincoln Cent Series: Wheat Ear (1909-1958)
- Material: Bronze