Wheat Cents 1909 - 1958

In 1909, the United States Mint released the Wheat cent to commemorate the centennial year of Abraham Lincoln. The coin's unique design quickly gained popularity among collectors and the general public. Its artistic merit and representation of important American themes received praise from enthusiasts. The high demand for the Wheat cent resulted in the production of millions of these pennies each year. Even today, the coin remains beloved and sought-after by numismatics. Its popularity and historical significance make it one of the most valuable and cherished coins of all time.


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