1914 1C PCGS MS63BN Lincoln Toned Deep Purple – RicksCafeAmerican.com

1914 1C PCGS MS63BN Lincoln Toned Deep Purple – RicksCafeAmerican.com

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1914 1C PCGS MS63BN Lincoln Toned Deep Purple – RicksCafeAmerican.com

1914 1C PCGS MS63BN Monster Toned – RicksCafeAmerican.com

1914 1C PCGS PR63BN Opalescent Lincoln Cent

For PCGS graded, only 508 exist with only 95 at this grade, but “money” it’s one of the few with this brilliant color certified by PCGS as naturally toned, but a MS63BN designation to boot.  In short, this specimen may be one of only a few with this natural Opalescent toning in existence!

I am selling some of my prized Opalescent Collection, share and enjoy…

A rare beauty!

  • First, finding a 1914 in “Mint State” is rare enough
  • Having it certified at that grade by PCGS is a major coin find
  • But to have PCGS certify this rare coin as a naturally toned 1914 incoln cent is off the charts; 
  • Finally, having a 1914 naturally Opalescent blue/Purple/Magenta toned Certify at MS63BN by PCGS – forget about it

Who actually buys this one will probably keep it for years…

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The Lincoln cent is the United States’ longest serving coin. Its 1909 debut marked the centennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. Its elegant sculptural design served as the vanguard of a new wave of American coin art. And while the golden era of American coin design is most associated with medallic artist and sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gardens, it is the early 20th-century work of Litvak-American sculptor Victor David Brenner that remains in circulation.

The 1914 boasts a mintage of 75,238,432 struck at the Philidelphia Mint, making it the 98th lowest mintage in the entire Lincoln cent series up to 1944. The mintage of this issue is remarkably close to that of 1913, yet fewer seem to have survived in fully red gem. This is not to say that such coins are truly rare, as this is by all measures a fairly common date. Worn examples likely exist in the tens or hundreds of thousands. 

Most 1914 (P) are quite well struck, and it appears that the Philadelphia Mint was more prompt in replacing worn dies. During Fiscal Year 1914 (July 1, 1913 through June 30, 1914), the Philadelphia Mint used a total of 655 cent dies, and all cent planchets were produced onsite, rather than being purchased.

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1914 1C PCGS MS63BN Monster Toned – RicksCafeAmerican.com

1914 1C PCGS PR63BN Opalescent Lincoln Cent

For PCGS graded, only 508 exist with only 95 at this grade, but “money” it’s one of the few with this brilliant color certified by PCGS as naturally toned, but a MS63BN designation to boot.  In short, this specimen may be one of only a few with this natural Opalescent toning in existence!

I am selling some of my prized Opalescent Collection, share and enjoy…

A rare beauty!

  • First, finding a 1914 in “Mint State” is rare enough
  • Having it certified at that grade by PCGS is a major coin find
  • But to have PCGS certify this rare coin as a naturally toned 1914 incoln cent is off the charts; 
  • Finally, having a 1914 naturally Opalescent blue/Purple/Magenta toned Certify at MS63BN by PCGS – forget about it

Who actually buys this one will probably keep it for years…

​​​​​​​

The Lincoln cent is the United States’ longest serving coin. Its 1909 debut marked the centennial of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. Its elegant sculptural design served as the vanguard of a new wave of American coin art. And while the golden era of American coin design is most associated with medallic artist and sculptor, Augustus Saint-Gardens, it is the early 20th-century work of Litvak-American sculptor Victor David Brenner that remains in circulation.

The 1914 boasts a mintage of 75,238,432 struck at the Philidelphia Mint, making it the 98th lowest mintage in the entire Lincoln cent series up to 1944. The mintage of this issue is remarkably close to that of 1913, yet fewer seem to have survived in fully red gem. This is not to say that such coins are truly rare, as this is by all measures a fairly common date. Worn examples likely exist in the tens or hundreds of thousands. 

Most 1914 (P) are quite well struck, and it appears that the Philadelphia Mint was more prompt in replacing worn dies. During Fiscal Year 1914 (July 1, 1913 through June 30, 1914), the Philadelphia Mint used a total of 655 cent dies, and all cent planchets were produced onsite, rather than being purchased.

We accept payment by any of the following methods:

PayPal

Please pay as soon as possible after winning an auction, as that will allow us to post your item to you sooner!

We offer FREE shipping on orders over $100!

Your order will be dispatched within 1 working day of receiving payment (Monday-Friday) and you should expect to receive it one or two days after dispatch (for orders sent RM 1st Class).


In the very unlikely event that your item is lost or damaged during post, then WE are responsible and will issue either a full refund or replacement.

If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you can return the product and get a full refund or exchange the product for another one, be it similar or not.

You can return a product for up to 14 days from the date you purchased it.

Any product you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging. Please keep the receipt.

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