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    Pound of Copper Pennies

    Pound of Copper Pennies

    It’s true…because the price of metals has risen, it now costs the U.S. Mint more money to produce a penny than its face value!  And that’s with our pennies being composed of copper plated zinc.  Before 1983, our pennies were...

    MSRP: $24.95
    Was: $24.95
    Now: $12.45
  • Pound Of Lincoln Wheaties

    Pound Of Lincoln Wheaties

    What a great opportunity to enjoy one of the most well-loved U.S. coins — the Lincoln Wheat Ear Penny. This one-pound bag of “Wheaties” contains a grab bag mixture of dates and mints, all unsearched by us and in much better condition...

    $19.95
  • Flying Eagle Cent

    Flying Eagle Cent

    With the shortest mintage period of any small-cent design, just a mere three years from 1856-1859, the Flying Eagle cent remains a collector’s classic.  In fact, it's the only circulating coin to have an eagle featured on the front of the...

    $79.00
  • 3 Pounds Of Lincoln Wheaties

    3 Pounds Of Lincoln Wheaties

    What a great opportunity to enjoy one of the most well-loved U.S. coins – the Lincoln Wheat Ear Penny. This three-pound bag of “Wheaties” contains a grab bag mixture of dates and mints, all unsearched by us and in much better condition...

    $49.95
  • 1943 Lincoln Steel Cent Set-Brilliant Uncirculated

    1943 Lincoln Steel Cent Set-Brilliant Uncirculated

    In 1943, World War II was in full force—and copper was in short supply.  Therefore, the government authorized the use of zinc-coated steel for America’s pennies instead of copper.  The Lincoln Penny was minted in steel for one year...

    $29.95
  • 1909 VDB Penny VF+ very fine

    1909 VDB Penny VF+ very fine

    Did you know that the Lincoln Penny is America’s longest running coin design?  It all started when, to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth, the U.S. Gov’t issued a new penny in his honor in 1909.  And...

    $29.95
  • 100 S-Mint Lincoln Wheaties

    100 S-Mint Lincoln Wheaties

    From 1909-1955, the United States Mint issued Lincoln “Wheaties” from the San Francisco Mint—and then stopped minting them for circulation from this mint. Many of the S-Mint Lincoln pennies were struck in far smaller quantities than...

    $19.95
  • Indian Head Pennies (5 Different Dates)

    Indian Head Pennies (5 Different Dates)

    Modeled from a Greco-Roman woman with an Indian headdress, the Indian Head Penny spanned an era from Civil War times to the early Twentieth Century (1859-1909).  Your set with this classic design includes five different dates of our choice in Fine...

    $29.95