A genuine 1943 S 1c Lincoln Wheat Steel Cent Penny in AG About Good Condition
In 1943, the U.S. Mint struck Lincoln cents in zinc-coated steel to save copper for munitions and other military materials in World War II. Each unique one-year-only issue bears Victor D. Brenner’s Lincoln portrait obverse and Wheat Ears reverse designs.
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