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2016 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2006 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70 2011 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70
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2016 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2006 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70 2011 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70
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 proof cent was minted at the San Francisco Mint or "S" Mint and has been independently certified as a perfect, "Deep Cameo Proof 70" by ANACS (The American Numismatic Association Certification Service, America's oldest independent certification service).

This Proof cent coin will arrive to you in the tamper proof holder as shown in the photo. Prior to 2009, Proof Cents were only made available by the US Mint as part of the US Proof Set.

The term "Proof" refers to a method of manufacture and NOT the condition of a coin. Proof coins can usually be distinguished by their sharpness of detail, high wire edge, and extremely brilliant - mirror like surface. Proof coins are made from highly polished dies. The coinage blanks are also polished and cleaned. They are hand fed into a coinage press one at a time, with each blank receiving 2 or more strikes from the dies to bring up sharp - high relief details. It is done at slow speeds with extra pressure. Finished Proofs are individually inspected and handled by gloves or tongs prior to being placed in sonically sealed plastic cases.

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The Jefferson Nickel was first issued in 1938, featuring a portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. The reverse design portrays Monticello, Jefferson's Virginia estate.

The Jefferson Nickel was produced at three US Mints: Philadelphia and Denver (Uncirculated) and San Francisco (Proof). In 1954 the San Francisco Mint halted production, resuming in 1968.

The term "Proof" refers to a method of manufacture and NOT the condition of a coin. Proof coins can usually be distinguished by their sharpness of detail, high wire edge, and extremely brilliant - mirror like surface.

Proof coins are made from highly polished dies. The coinage blanks are also polished and cleaned. They are hand fed into a coinage press one at a time, with each blank receiving 2 or more strikes from the dies to bring up sharp - high relief details. It is done at slow speeds with extra pressure.

This proof 2011 Jefferson nickel is graded by ANACs as a PERFECT 70!
2012 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70 1987 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1992 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
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2012 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70 1987 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1992 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
The Jefferson Nickel was first issued in 1938, featuring a portrait of President Thomas Jefferson. The reverse design portrays Monticello, Jefferson's Virginia estate.

The Jefferson Nickel was produced at three US Mints: Philadelphia and Denver (Uncirculated) and San Francisco (Proof). In 1954 the San Francisco Mint halted production, resuming in 1968.

The term "Proof" refers to a method of manufacture and NOT the condition of a coin. Proof coins can usually be distinguished by their sharpness of detail, high wire edge, and extremely brilliant - mirror like surface.

Proof coins are made from highly polished dies. The coinage blanks are also polished and cleaned. They are hand fed into a coinage press one at a time, with each blank receiving 2 or more strikes from the dies to bring up sharp - high relief details. It is done at slow speeds with extra pressure.

This proof 2012 Jefferson nickel is graded by ANACs as a PERFECT 70!
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2000 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2001 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2002 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
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2000 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2001 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2002 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
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2003 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2004 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2006 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
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2003 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2004 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2006 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
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2007 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2004 Westward Journey Peace Nickel - PROOF - ANACS Certified 70 2004 Westward Journey Keelboat Nickel - PROOF - ANACS Certified 70
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2007 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2004 Westward Journey Peace Nickel - PROOF - ANACS Certfiied 70 2004 Westward Journey Keelboat Nickel - PROOF - ANACS Certfiied 70
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2005 Buffalo Nickel - ANACS Proof 70 2005 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2003 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70
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2005 Buffalo Nickel - ANACS Proof 70 2005 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 2003 Jefferson Nickel - Proof - ANACS 70
  ... 2003 Jefferson Nickel - Proof 70              
The 2010 Shield Cent was the first, this 2003 Jefferson Nickel is the last. In 2004 and 2005 the US Mint issued the Westward Nickel Series and when the "regular" issue resumed in 2006 it had a new look. The population reports make this one a must... in excess of 3.2 million San Francisco Mint Proofs struck, but only a handful known in Deep Cameo Proof 70!
1984 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1985 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1993 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
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1984 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1985 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1993 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
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1994 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1995 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1996 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
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1994 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1995 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1996 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
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1997 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1999 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1995 Roosevelt Dime - Proof - ANACS 70
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1997 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1999 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70 1995 Roosevelt Dime - Proof - ANACS 70
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2011 Roosevelt Dime - Proof - ANACS 70 2008 Lincoln Cent - PROOF - ANACS 70 2014 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
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2011 Roosevelt Dime - Proof - ANACS 70 2008 Lincoln Cent - PROOF - Certified 70 2014 Lincoln Cent - Proof - ANACS 70
. 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 proof cent was minted at the San Francisco Mint or "S" Mint and has been independently certified as a perfect, "Deep Cameo Proof 70" by ANACS (The American Numismatic Association Certification Service, America's oldest independent certification service).

This Proof cent coin will arrive to you in the tamper proof holder as shown in the photo. Prior to 2009, Proof Cents were only made available by the US Mint as part of the US Proof Set.

The term "Proof" refers to a method of manufacture and NOT the condition of a coin. Proof coins can usually be distinguished by their sharpness of detail, high wire edge, and extremely brilliant - mirror like surface. Proof coins are made from highly polished dies. The coinage blanks are also polished and cleaned. They are hand fed into a coinage press one at a time, with each blank receiving 2 or more strikes from the dies to bring up sharp - high relief details. It is done at slow speeds with extra pressure. Finished Proofs are individually inspected and handled by gloves or tongs prior to being placed in sonically sealed plastic cases.