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1974 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1981 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 2007 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
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1974 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1981 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 2007 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

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When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

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Last Wheat - 1st Memorial P & D Lincoln Cent - 2 pc/2 Lens Set 1960 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1975 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
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Last Wheat - 1st Memorial P & D Lincoln Cent - 2 pc/2 Lens Set 1960 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1975 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
  When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
1999 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1970 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1976 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
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1999 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1970 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1976 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
1980 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1994 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 2000 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
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1980 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1994 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 2000 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
1977 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 2005 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1979 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
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1977 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 2005 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1979 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
  When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
2004 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 2006 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1998 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
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2004 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 2006 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1998 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

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First & Last (1959 & 2008) Lincoln Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1982 Lincoln Cent Type Set - Large / Small Date 1995 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
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First & Last (1959 & 2008) Lincoln Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1982 Lincoln Cent Type Set - Large / Small Date 1995 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated

Lincoln Memorial Cent Replaced for 100th Anniversary Celebration
Own a part of history ... with the 1st and Last Memorial Cent Rolls



In 1959, the Wheat Cent was replaced with the Lincoln Memorial Revserse design.The Memorial design has been in circulation for 50 years ending with the 2008 release. It's not a secret but most Americans didn't know the Memorial Lincoln cent was being replaced with four new designs in 2009 ... and the reverse of the 2010 cent will be our American flag. The END OF AN ERA for the Memorial Design!

Now, you can own a complete 50 coin roll of both the Philadelphia and Denver Mints for the first and last Memorial Reverse designs (1959 and 2008). All 200 coins are in mint fresh, Uncirculated condition in protective hard plastic rolls.

How scarce will these two special memorial years be worth in the future? We can look at the last denomination to be redesigned ... the Washington Quarter. When is the last time you have seen an Uncirculated 1998 Quarter?

Circulation Values:
1959 Philadelphia - 609,715,000. 1959 Denver Mint - 1,279,760,000. 2008 Philadelphia Mint - N/A. 2008 Denver Mint - N/A.
. When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
1997 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1972 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1989 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
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1997 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1972 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1989 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
1996 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1983 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1990 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
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1996 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1983 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1990 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
1978 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1971 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1985 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
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1978 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1971 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated 1985 Lincoln Memorial Cent P & D Rolls - Uncirculated
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!
When introduced in 1909, the Lincoln Cent was the first U.S. coin intended for circulation to depict a U.S. President. It was also the first U.S. cent to bear the motto "In God We Trust." Two distinct reverse design types were issued during it's first hundred years in circulation: Wheat Ears (1909-1958) and Lincoln Memorial (1959-2008). Entering 2009, after 100 years in circulation, the Lincoln Cent holds the record for the longest tenured coin in U.S. History!

This item consists of Philadelphia and Denver Uncirculated rolls (50 coins each) presented in protective plastic tubes.

Complete your collection today!