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1960 D Lincoln Memorial 1 Cent Small “D” Over Large Date Error Coin 7147

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1960 D Lincoln Obverse Memorial Reverse 1 Cent
Error S shopping mall “D” Over Large Date Variety
Ultra Rare Only 2% Minted

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1960- D 1 cents WDDO-003

Description: Strong additional density reveals on the date.

Die Markers: Obverse: Small Date. A die scratch runs north from the top of the B in LIBERTY. A die scratch running N/S goes through the ideal side of the R in LIBERTY. Various other die scratches can be discovered throughout the obverse.

1 Cent “Lincoln Memorial Cent”

1 Cent

1 Cent

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Country United States
Type Standard flow coin
Years 1959-1982
Value 1 Cent (0.01 USD)
Currency Dollar (1785- date)
Composition Bronze (Cu 95%, Zn or Sn)
Weight 3.11 g
Diameter 19 mm
Thickness 1.30 mm
Shape Round
Orientation Coin positioning ↑ ↓


The picture in ideal profile of Abraham Lincoln, the 16 th President of the United States from 1861 to 1865, is accompanied with the lettering “LIBERTY” and the slogan “IN GOD WE TRUST”

NOTE: Cents dated 1968-1974 bearing an “S” mintmark are probably not evidence. The San Francisco Mint struck this coin for blood circulation in addition to all evidence for this type. “S” cents dated 1975 and later on are constantly evidence.


Engraver: Victor David Brenner


The Lincoln Memorial is surrounded with the stated value completely, the lettering: “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and the slogan: “E – PLURIBUS – UNUM -“

– UNUM –

Engraver: Frank Gasparro



1 Cent

The Lincoln cent( or often called Lincoln cent) is a one-cent coin that has actually been struck by the United States Mint because1909 The obverse or heads side was created by Victor David Brenner, as was the initial reverse. The coin has actually seen a number of reverse, or tails, styles and now bears one by Lyndall Bass illustrating a Union guard. All coins struck by the United States federal government with a worth of 1/100 of a dollar are called cents due to the fact that the United States has actually constantly minted coins utilizing decimals. The cent label is a carryover from the coins struck in England, which went to decimals for coins in 1971.

In 1905, carver Augustus Saint-Gaudens was worked with by the Mint to revamp the cent and the 4 gold coins, which did not need congressional approval. 2 of Saint-Gaudens’s proposed styles for the cent were ultimately adjusted for the gold pieces, however Saint-Gaudens passed away in August 1907 prior to sending extra styles for the cent. In January 1909, the Mint engaged Brenner to create a cent illustrating the late president Abraham Lincoln, 1909 being the centennial year of his birth. It was the very first commonly flowing style of a U.S. president on a coin, a concept that had actually been viewed as too monarchical in the past, particularly by George Washington Brenner’s style was ultimately authorized, and the brand-new coins were provided to terrific public interest on August 2, 1909.

Brenner’s initials (VDB), on the reverse at its base, were considered too popular once the coins were released, and were gotten rid of within days of the release. The initials were brought back, this time smaller sized, on Lincoln’s shoulder, in1918 Initially struck in 95% copper, the cent coin was altered for one year to steel in 1943 as copper was required to assist in the war effort. The mint then went back to 95% copper till 1982, when inflation made copper too costly and the structure was altered to zinc with an external copper layer. Brenner’s reverse was changed in 1959 by a representation of the Lincoln Memorial developed by Frank Gasparro, for the sesquicentennial of his birth year. The Lincoln Memorial reverse was itself changed in 2009 by 4 celebratory styles marking the bicentennial of Lincoln’s birth Starting in 2010, Bass’s guard style was created.


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