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2009 Lincoln Cent

Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Program 

The Last Of The Lincoln Cent Memorial Reverse! 
The 4 New Centennial Designs! 

2009 Lincoln Cent
New designs!

Lowest Mintage Since 1954!

Please scroll to the bottom of this page for album information.

This is the hottest new issue in years!
Reportedly will be listed in the new Cherry Picker's Guide, which will result in greatly increased interest and value!

In 2009, the United States Mint issued four different one-cent coins in recognition of the bicentennial of President Abraham Lincoln's birth and the 100th anniversary of the first issuance of the Lincoln cent. The reverse (tails) designs were unveiled at a ceremony held at the Lincoln Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. While the obverse (heads) will continue to bear the familiar likeness of President Lincoln currently on the one-cent coin, the reverse reflects four different designs, each one representing a different aspect, or theme, of the life of President Lincoln.

The themes for the reverse designs represent the four major aspects of President Lincoln's life, as outlined in Title III of Public Law 109-145, the Presidential $1 Coin Act of 2005:

  • Birth and early childhood in Kentucky (1809-1816)
  • Formative years in Indiana (1816-1830)
  • Professional Life in Illinois (1830-1861)
  • Presidency in Washington, DC (1861-1865)

The new one-cent reverse designs was issued at approximately three-month intervals throughout 2009. The Secretary of the Treasury approved the designs for the coins after consultation with the Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission and the Commission of Fine Arts, and after review by the Citizens Coinage Advisory Committee.

Reverse inscriptions will continue to include "United States of America," "E Pluribus Unum" and "One Cent." And the four 2009 Abraham Lincoln one-cent coins maintained the same metal content (2.5% copper, balance zinc) and other specifications as the current one-cent coin.

These coins were issued for circulation in quantities to meet the demands of commerce. In addition, the Secretary of the Treasury minted and issued numismatic one-cent coins in 2009 with the exact metallic content as contained in the 1909 one-cent coin (95% copper, 5% tin and zinc).

At the conclusion of the 2009 Lincoln Bicentennial One-Cent Program, the 2010 (and beyond) one-cent coin featured a reverse design that will be emblematic of President Lincoln's preservation of the United States of America as a single and united country.

Lincoln Cent Chronicles Set

Proof Lincoln Coin and Chronicles Set

Only 50,000 sets produced. US Mint sold out in two days!

The US Mint Lincoln Coin and Chronicles Set includes the proof version of the Lincoln Commemorative Silver Dollar and the four redesigned 2009 Lincoln Cents. All the coins are minted in deep cameo proof.

Proof coins are manufactured at the United States Mint at San Francisco using specially prepared, highly polished dies and are extraordinarily brilliant, with sharp relief and a mirror-like background.

A frosted, sculpted foreground gives them a cameo effect. The coins are packaged in a protective lens to showcase and maintain their exceptional finish and are contained in a custom-designed box.

The pennies in this special set are struck from the same 95% copper alloy that the original 1909 Lincoln Cents were composed of, instead of the copper-plated zinc (97.5 zinc & 2.5% copper) used in normal circulating pennies today.

The Lincoln Silver Dollar features an image of Abraham Lincoln on the obverse designed by United States Mint Artistic Infusion Program Master Designer Justin Kunz and sculpted by United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver Don Everhart.

Set also includes a reproduction of a photograph of Abraham Lincoln, a reproduction of the Gettysburg Address in Lincoln’s handwriting, and a Certificate of Authenticity.

$199.00 per set - Out Of Stock

2009 Lincoln Cent

All BU Burnished Versions From Mint Set 

Unlike the current copper-plated zinc composition for circulating Lincoln cents, the burnished 2009 versions from the US Mint Set are struck in the 95% copper, 3% zinc, and 2% tin alloy that was used for the Lincoln cent in 1909.

P and D of each version.

Total of 8 cents.

The eight coins will be shipped in flips.
$14.95 per set of 8 coins Out Of Stock

2009 Lincoln Cent

All 4 Proof Versions 

Unlike the current copper-plated zinc composition for circulating Lincoln cents, the proof 2009 versions were struck in the 95% copper, 3% zinc, and 2% tin alloy that was used for the Lincoln cent in 1909.

The four coins will be shipped in the original plastic case inside special "no tarnish" bag.  There is no box or COA with the four coins. 

One of the most in demand items in years!
$16.95 per set of 4 coins

2009 Lincoln Cent

All 4 Proof Versions 

Unlike the current copper-plated zinc composition for circulating Lincoln cents, the proof 2009 versions were struck in the 95% copper, 3% zinc, and 2% tin alloy that was used for the Lincoln cent in 1909.

Original US Mint Packaging

Very Limited Quantity Available!
$24.95 per set of 4 coins - Out Of Stock

2009 Lincoln Cent

All 4 Proof Versions 

NGC Proof 69 Ultra Cameo

$49.95 per set of 4 coins - Out Of Stock

2009 Lincoln Cent

Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Aspect 1 

Birth and Early Childhood in Kentucky
The First Of The New Centennial Designs!

Abraham Lincoln was born in a log cabin near Nolin Creek, three miles south of present-day Hodgenville in Hardin (now Larue) County, Kentucky, on February 12, 1809, the second child of Thomas and Nancy Hanks Lincoln. He was named after his paternal grandfather.

The Lincoln family lived on 30 acres of the 228-acre Knob Creek Farm near Hodgenville from the time Abraham was two-and-a-half until he was nearly eight years old. It was here that he grew big enough to carry water and gather firewood.

The approved reverse design for aspect one of Abraham Lincoln's life features a log cabin that represents his humble beginnings in Kentucky with the inscriptions, "United States of America," "E Pluribus Unum," "One Cent" and "1809." It was designed by United States Mint Artistic Infusion Program (AIP) Master Designer Richard Masters and sculpted by United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver Jim Licaretz.




	
Update:

Aboutcoins.com reports that the reason the new pennies won't be found in general circulation anytime soon is that due to the economy, coinage is moving in the wrong direction. The Federal Reserve coinage terminals have so many pennies in stock already from people cashing in their built-up change accumulations in this poor economy that very few new 2009 pennies are getting distributed to the banks. 

The U.S. Mint has struck only 245 million 2009 pennies at both circulation Mints (Philadelphia and Denver) so far this year. This number is puny when compared to the more usual annual penny mintages of 12 to 15 billion, which means at least 4 to 5 times as many pennies would normally have been struck by this time of year. 


2009 Lincoln Cent
-Sample Image Only-
2009 Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Early Childhood
Mint State 65 Red
First Day Of Issue - PCGS Certified
Very Limited Quantity Available!
$12.95 each



2009 Lincoln Cent
-Sample Image Only-
2009 P And D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Early Childhood
Mint State 66 Red
NGC Certified - Total Of 2 Coins
Very Limited Quantity Available!
$12.95 per set

2009 P And D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Early Childhood - Formative Years - Professional Life
Mint State 66 Red
NGC Certified - Total Of 6 Coins
Save!
$49.95 per set

2009-P Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Early Childhood
BU From Original Roll
$0.30 each

2009-D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Early Childhood
BU From Original Roll
$0.30 each

2009-P Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Early Childhood
BU Roll
$4.95 each

2009-D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Early Childhood
BU Roll
$4.95 each

2009 Lincoln Cent


US Mint Rolls!

This is the first of four new reverse designs for the one-cent coin in 2009. Each two-roll coin set consists of one roll of 50 coins produced at the United States Mint at Philadelphia and Denver facilities. The newly minted one-cent coins produced at the United States Mint facility at Philadelphia do not have a mint mark; however, the coins produced at the Denver facility display the “D” mint mark for Denver.

The Mint sold out in just a couple of days.  

Being sold nationally for over $175 per set!

$149.00 Out of Stock




2009 Lincoln Cent

2009 Lincoln Cent

2009 Lincoln Cent
2008 P And D Lincoln Cent Rolls
Last Year Of The Memorial Design
BU Rolls - Total Of 2 Rolls
Shipped In Paper Or Tubes Depending On Inventory
Very Limited Quantity Available!
$5.95 Out Of Stock


2009 Lincoln Cent

Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Aspect 2 

Formative Years in Indiana
The Second Of The New Centennial Designs!

In the fall of 1816, Thomas and Nancy Lincoln left Kentucky for southern Indiana, settling in Spencer County. As he grew older, young Abraham became skilled at using a plow and, especially, an axe. Although the demands of frontier life left little time for formal schooling, his parents instilled in him a love for books and Abraham educated himself by reading such works as Life of Washington, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, Robinson Crusoe and The Arabian Nights all by the age of 11. He could often be seen carrying a book along with his axe.

In October 1818, the family suffered a terrible tragedy when Nancy died from drinking contaminated cow's milk. For Abraham, whose mother had encouraged him to read and explore the world through books, it was a devastating blow. Thomas later married Sarah Bush Johnston, a kind stepmother who helped raise Abraham as her own.

The approved reverse design for aspect two depicts a young Lincoln reading while taking a break from working as a rail splitter in Indiana and includes the inscriptions "United States of America," "E Pluribus Unum" and "One Cent." It was designed and sculpted by United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver Charles Vickers.




2009 P And D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Formative Years
Mint State 66 Red
NGC Certified - Total Of 2 Coins
Very Limited Quantity Available!
$12.95 per set

2009 P And D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Early Childhood - Formative Years - Professional Life
Mint State 66 Red
NGC Certified - Total Of 6 Coins
Save!
$49.95 per set

2009-P Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Formative Years
BU From Original Roll
$0.30 each

2009-D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Formative Years
BU From Original Roll
$0.30 each

2009-P Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Formative Years
BU Roll
$4.95 each

2009-D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Formative Years
BU Roll
$4.95 each

2009 Lincoln Cent


Sealed And Unsearched Boxes

Each sealed box contains 50 rolls ($25 Face Value) 2009-P A2 Formative Years Cents.

Rolls sealed by String And Son, the US Mint's official roller and distributor.

Have the fun of searching for your own Doubled Die Cents!

Being sold nationally for over $150 per box!  

All box sales final.


$99.00 Per Box

50 rolls.
 String And Son sealed rolls.
Not in a sealed box

All roll sales final.
$75 Per 50 Rolls ($25 Face Value).







2009 Lincoln Cent


US Mint Rolls!

This is the second of four new reverse designs for the one-cent coin in 2009. Each two-roll coin set consists of one roll of 50 coins produced at the United States Mint at Philadelphia and Denver facilities. The newly minted one-cent coins produced at the United States Mint facility at Philadelphia do not have a mint mark; however, the coins produced at the Denver facility display the “D” mint mark for Denver.

Being sold nationally for over $100 per set!  

Sealed boxes are dated from 4/13/09, the first day of issue, to 4/29/09.
These are the dates from which Doubled Die's have been discovered.

$29.95 Per Set Of 2 Rolls



US Mint Roll Denver Mint Only

$5.95 Per Roll




2008 Lincoln Cent

2008 Lincoln Cent

2008 Lincoln Cent
2008 P And D Lincoln Cent Rolls
Last Year Of The Memorial Design
BU Rolls - Total Of 2 Rolls
Shipped In Paper Or Tubes Depending On Inventory
Very Limited Quantity Available!
$5.95 Out Of Stock

2009-S Doubled Die Reverse
Aspect 2 (Formative Years) Cents
Extremely Rare Proof


Less Than 20 Known Of All Proof Varieties!
Have Sold For Over $2500 At Auction.
From one auction description:
"We estimate a possible 3,000 pieces as HIGH and believe the true population will less than half of that! The 1955 Double die Lincoln cent has a population of around 25,000 pieces, so that should give you some indication of the rarity and future potential this coin has to increase in value! Regardless of whether there are as many as 3,000 or not, this coin is far more rare than a 55 double die or 72 double die."


Proof 2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #04


2009-S 1c Pr FY CDDR-004

This is the actual discovery coin!
At this time, the only one known!


Billy Crawford - August 27, 2009:
"2009-S 1c Proof Formative Years CDDR-004. New listing in my registry files.
Exhibits prominent doubling remnants of an extra index finger with a shift to the north. Congratulations of the new listing!"

Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$1295.00

Proof 2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #01


Proof 2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #01

2009-S 1c Pr FY WDDR-001 - ANACS Proof 69 Deep Cameo

An extra index finger can be seen just above the normal index finger and on the spine of the book.

ANACS certified Proof 69.

Less than a handful graded this high.  None higher!

Die Markers:  A die crack runs NNW from the eyebrow through the forehead.  A short, vertical die gouge can be found inside the top of the 1st U in PLURIBUS.  A small die gouge (dot) can be found at the center of the left boot about 1/3 of the way down from the top of the boot.

Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$995.00

Proof 2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #02


Proof 2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #01

2009-S 1c Pr FY WDDR-002 - ANACS Proof 68 Deep Cameo

An extra index finger can be seen just above the normal index finger and on the spine of the book.

ANACS certified Proof 68.

Less than a handfull graded higher!

Die Markers:  A small die gouge (dot) can be found at the top of the neck near the back of the head.  A die scratch runs SW to NE through the bottom front of the left boot.  A short die scratch extends SW from the tip of the right boot.

Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$895.00



2009 Doubled Die Obverse And Reverse Lincoln Cents
Satin Finish


Only a hand full of Doubled Die Lincoln Cents have been discovered in the 2009 U.S. Mint Sets.
These could be as rare as the Proof Doubled Die Cents!




2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #07 Satin Finish


2009-D Early Childhood 1C WDDR-007 Satin Finish

The doubling shows on the cabins logs.

This coin was taken from a Uncirculated Mint set. With an estimated 13,000 coins per die struck, the mintage of this double die rivals that of the 1955/1955 Cent. It is also a 95% copper coin with a weight of 3.1 grams like the 1909 Cents

Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

Only 2 Pieces Available!

$49.95 Each





2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #14 Satin Finish


2009 Professional Life 1C WDDR-014 Satin Finish

The doubling shows on the window sill of the building.

This coin was taken from a Uncirculated Mint set. With an estimated 13,000 coins per die struck, the mintage of this double die rivals that of the 1955/1955 Cent. It is also a 95% copper coin with a weight of 3.1 grams like the 1909 Cents

Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

Only 1 Piece Available!

$59.95 Each Sold



2009 Doubled Die Obverse And Reverse
Aspect 2 (Formative Years) Cents
Mint State


As reported in Coin World and Numismatic News!
Verified by industry recognized error experts
John Wexler and Billy Crawford.
Currently available at an extremely low price and sure to rise as the collecting public becomes more aware of this error.
Update:  These are showing up in National Publications from several dealers.  Even the lessor valued varieties are selling for $10 to $30.  Rumor is the next Cherrypicker's Guide will list them.  Who knows what value they will put on them?
Now is the time to put a few away for the future!

Images Courtesy Of John Wexler And Billy Crawford.




2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #01

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #01


FY 1C WDDO-001

The doubling shows on Liberty.  Also displays the diagnostic chip on Lincoln's collar.

First of the Obverse Doubled Dies to be discovered.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$4.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent


FY 1C WDDR-001


A strong extra index finger can be seen between the thumb and the normal index finger.


BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$5.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #02


FY 1C WDDR-002

A partial extra index finger and middle finger can be seen between the thumb and the index finger.  An extra impression of the top of the book runs at an angle through the pages of the book.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$4.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #03


FY 1C WDDR-003

A partial extra thumb can be seen just above the index finger and on the spine of the book.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$4.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #04


FY 1C WDDR-004

A partial extra index finger can be seen just below the thumb and a partial extra middle finger can be seen just above the index finger.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$4.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #05


FY 1C WDDR-005

 partial tip of the thumb can be seen protruding from the top of the thumb at the knuckle. A weak line seen below the thumb is a partial impression of the spine of the book.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$3.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent


FY 1C WDDR-006


A strong extra index finger can be seen between the thumb and the normal index finger and a small partial extra middle finger can be seen just above the normal index finger on the spine of the book.


As it looks right now, this is the scarcest of the reverse doubled dies!

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$49.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent


FY 1C WDDR-007

A partial extra index finger can be seen just above the normal index finger.

Die Markers:  A small die gouge can be found between the lower I and T of UNITED.  Die scratches run SW to NE through the E of E PLURIBUS UNUM.  A die scratch runs north from the upper left U of UNITED.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$7.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent


FY 1C WDDR-008

A partial extra thumb can be seen just under the normal thumb.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$3.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent


FY 1C WDDR-010

A partial extra finger can be seen just above the normal index finger on the spine of the book.

Die Markers:  A small die gouge protrudes from the top of the 1st zero and small die gouges can be found inside the 1st zero.  A small die gouge can be found to the right of the lower 2nd zero.  A light die crack runs NE from the top of the ear.  Two parallel die scratches run NE from the grass to the right of Lincoln’s left boot.  A small die gouge (dot) can be found under the intersection of the vertical and middle bars of the E in ONE.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$2.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent


FY 1C WDDR-019

A very small partial extra finger can be found between the centers of the index and middle fingers.

Die Markers:  A die crack runs SW to NE through the hair on the upper back of the head.  A short die scratch runs SW from the lower left R in LIBERTY.  A die scratch extends NE from the bottom right side of the spike in the log.  A small die chip can be found on Lincoln’s left shoulder.  Die cracks protrude from the upper and lower C of CENT, the upper left O of ONE, and the upper right N of ONE.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$1.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #24


FY 1C WDDR-024
In NGC MS66 Red Slab

Slight doubling shows at the tip of the left thumb.  
DDR not indicated on slab.

Also includes the D Mint Cent in NGC MS66 Red
Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$59.95

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #25


FY 1C WDDR-025

A strong extra index finger shows below the bottom of the book and a small portion of an extra thumb can be seen just above the center of the index finger at the spine of the book.

One of the more dramatic and difficult to locate double dies.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$14.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #32


FY 1C WDDR-032

A small partial extra thumb can be found just above the back of the index finger.  Doubling can be seen between the index and middle fingers and also below the bottom of the book. A die crack runs NW through the eyebrow into the forehead.  A short vertical die gouge extends from the rim above the E in AMERICA.  A die chip can be found on the left shoulder.

Very Difficult To Locate!

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$4.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #32 Roll


Rare sealed roll with WDDR-032 showing on both ends.
How many more are inside?

Original Roll.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$69.95 Sold


2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #32 Roll


Scarce sealed roll with WDDR-032 showing on one end.
How many more are inside?

Original Roll.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$19.95


2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #36


FY 1C WDDR-036

The doubling shows as extra thickness on all of the fingers on Lincoln's left hand and on the surrounding elements.  Also displays the two diagnostic chips on Lincoln's left shoulder.

Very Difficult To Locate!

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$3.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #44


FY 1C WDDR-044

A partial extra index finger shows above the back of the index finger.

Very Difficult To Locate!

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$2.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #51


FY 1C WDDR-051

Partial extra index and middle fingers can be found between the thumb and normal index finger.

This DDR is one of the top 3 most difficult to locate!

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$29.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #52


FY 1C WDDR-052

An extra thumb can be seen below the front of the normal thumb extending to the spine of the book.

This DDR is one of the top 10 most difficult to locate!

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$19.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #57


FY 1C CDDR-057

An extra thumb can be seen above the index finger extending to the spine of the book.

Very difficult to locate!

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$2.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #65

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #65


FY 1C WDDR-065

A partial extra finger, probably an extra middle finger, can be seen between the normal index and middle fingers. Also displays a die scratch that runs NE from the upper right N of CENT.  Die cracks run north and south from the left side of the C in CENT.  A die chip can be found on the left shoulder.

Very Difficult To Locate!

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$2.95 Each


5 Pieces For $9.95

2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent #66


FY 1C CDDR-066

A strong extra index finger below the thumb and a doubling of the thumb above the regular thumb.

One of the top 5 most difficult to locate!
Only two pieces available!

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$39.95 Each


Starter Doubled Die Reverse "Set"

Total of 10 different doubled die's - Our choice of coins.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$39.95 Each

Heavy Obverse Die Clash A2 Cents


2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent


As stated in Die Variety News Magazine dated June 20, 2009: heavy die clash remnants located on the neck area and most visible in front of the neck. 

This occurs when a planchet fails to feed during striking; the most prominent die clash remnants are located in the field in front of the neck area.

The obverse die damages the reverse die (and/or visa verse) and transfers images to the other side.

The Clash Marks transferred to the obverse are from the reverse folds in Lincoln’s shirt

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$3.99 Each


5 Pieces For $15.00


Fun Errors


2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent

Lincoln Has "A Chip On His Shoulder"

Rather large defect in the die resulted in a raised "chip" on the left shoulder.

BU from Original Rolls.  All Sales Final.

$0.95 Each



    2009 Doubled Die Lincoln Cent

A "Rocky E"

A defect in the die resulted in a raised "chip" on the "E" of "Cent".  Looks like a small rock.

BU from Original Rolls.  All Sales Final.

$0.49 Each


	

2009-D Doubled Die Reverse
Aspect 2 (Formative Years) Cents - Mint State Satin Finish


Denver Mint Issues!

Much Scarcer Than The Philly Mint Issues!
As reported in Coin World and Numismatic News!
Verified by industry recognized error experts
John Wexler and Billy Crawford.


    2009-D Doubled Die Lincoln Cent

A strong extra thumb extends south of the original thumb.

Satin finish from US Mint Sets.  All Sales Final.

$49.00 Each



Doubled Die Reverse Cent still in the Original US Mint Set!
All Sales Final.

$79.00 Each




 
 


2009 Lincoln Cent

Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Aspect 3 

Professional Life in Illinois
The Third Of The New Centennial Designs!

In 1830, Thomas decided to move the family to Illinois, where he had relatives and where the soil was rich and productive. Early on, Abraham took a variety of jobs, including piloting a steamboat, but he was beginning to develop a serious interest in politics. In 1834, he was elected to the Illinois General Assembly, and began studying the law in earnest. In September 1836, he received a law license and embarked on the career that would propel him to the White House.

In April 1837, he settled in the new Illinois state capital, Springfield. Here, he met and married Mary Todd and their first child, Robert Todd Lincoln, was born in August 1843. Lincoln continued to make a name for himself as a lawyer, and in 1846 he won election to the U.S. House of Representatives as a member of the Whig Party.

Illinois Senator Stephen Douglas was up for reelection in 1858, and in June the state Republican convention nominated Lincoln for the seat. The series of famous Lincoln-Douglas debates took place that fall, and while he did not win the seat, Lincoln's logic, moral fervor, elegant language and debating skills transformed him into a national figure. At the 1860 Republican convention, he secured the nomination for President and was elected that fall.

The approved reverse design for aspect three representing the Illinois phase of Lincoln's life depicts him as a young professional standing in front of the state capitol building in Springfield. It includes the inscriptions "United States of America," "E Pluribus Unum" and "One Cent," and was designed by United States Mint AIP Master Designer Joel Iskowitz and sculpted by United States Mint Sculptor-Engraver Don Everhart.

2009 P And D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Professional Life
Mint State 66 Red
NGC Certified - Total Of 2 Coins
Very Limited Quantity Available!
$29.95 per set

2009 P And D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Early Childhood - Formative Years - Professional Life
Mint State 66 Red
NGC Certified - Total Of 6 Coins
Save!
$79.95 per set

2009-P Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Professional Years
BU From Original Roll
$0.30 each

2009-D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Professional Years
BU From Original Roll
$0.30 each

2009-P Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Professional Years
BU Roll
$3.95 each

2009-D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Professional Years
BU Roll
$3.95 each

2009 Lincoln Cent


US Mint Rolls!

This is the third of four new reverse designs for the one-cent coin in 2009. Each two-roll coin set consists of one roll of 50 coins produced at the United States Mint at Philadelphia and Denver facilities. The newly minted one-cent coins produced at the United States Mint facility at Philadelphia do not have a mint mark; however, the coins produced at the Denver facility display the “D” mint mark for Denver.

$24.95 Per Set Of 2 Rolls



US Mint Roll Denver Mint Only

$5.95 Per Roll


2009 Lincoln Cent

2009 Lincoln Cent

2009 Lincoln Cent
2008 P And D Lincoln Cent Rolls
Last Year Of The Memorial Design
BU Rolls - Total Of 2 Rolls
Shipped In Paper Or Tubes Depending On Inventory
Very Limited Quantity Available!
$5.95 Out Of Stock

2009 Doubled Die Reverse
Aspect 3 (Professional Life) Cents - Mint State


As reported in Coin World and Numismatic News!
Verified by industry recognized error experts
John Wexler and Billy Crawford.
The Aspect 3, Professional Life doubled die cents are many times scarcer than the Aspect 2, Formative Year. These are not, as yet, widely known to the collecting public. As demand increases, these are surely to go up in value and be more difficult to locate!

Images Courtesy Of John Wexler And Billy Crawford.




2009 Doubled Die Professional Life Lincoln Cent #01


PL 1C WDDR-001

Doubling shows under the window sill of the 3rd window from the left in the top row of windows.

First of the Professional Life Doubled Dies to be discovered.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$19.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Professional Life Lincoln Cent #02


PL 1C WDDR-002

The top of the 4th column from the left is spread far to the SW running through the right side of the upper 3rd window from the left.  A partial image of the structure above the columns runs through the top of the same window.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$29.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Professional Life Lincoln Cent #03


PL 1C WDDR-003

An extra window sill can be found in the bottom of the 3rd window from the left in the top row of windows.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$19.95 Each

2009 Doubled Die Professional Life Lincoln Cent #08


PL 1C CDDO-008

An extra window sill can be found in the bottom of the 3rd window from the left in the top row of windows.

BU from Original Rolls.  Due to price volatility, All Sales Final.

$14.95 Each


2009 Lincoln Cent

Lincoln 2009 Lincoln Cent Bicentennial One Cent Aspect 4 

Presidency in Washington, DC
The Fourth Of The New Centennial Designs!

When Lincoln took office on March 4, 1861, the Nation was already on the verge of civil war, and fighting soon broke out at Fort Sumter, South Carolina. Shortly after the Battle of Antietam, in late 1862, Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, declaring all slaves in rebel territory free as of January 1, 1863. The Union victory at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, on July 3, 1863, marked a crucial turning point in the war in favor of the North.

The summer of 1864, however, proved to be one of the most difficult of Lincoln's Presidency, and his reelection was in doubt. Peace negotiations began, but collapsed, and his cabinet was divided. But the war-time President prevailed easily that November, carrying 22 of 25 participating states. The war ended with General Robert E. Lee's surrender to General Ulysses S. Grant on April 9, 1865, at Appomattox Court House, Virginia.

Just five days later, on April 14, President Lincoln was mortally wounded by an assassin, John Wilkes Booth, while watching a play at Ford's Theatre in Washington. Army physicians worked to save him throughout the night, but he never regained consciousness and died at 7:22 a.m. the next morning at the age of 56.

The approved design for aspect four of Lincoln's life features the half-finished United States Capitol dome, symbolizing a Nation torn apart by civil war and the resolve Lincoln showed as he guided the country through its most grave crisis. It also bears the inscriptions "United States of America," "E Pluribus Unum" and "One Cent."

It was in front of the rising dome that Lincoln began his Presidency and under the completed dome that his body lay in state, having made the ultimate sacrifice to preserve the Union and defend freedom and democracy. This reverse was designed by United States Mint AIP Master Designer Susan Gamble and sculpted by United States Sculptor-Engraver Joseph Menna.

2009-P Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Presidential Years
BU From Original Roll
$0.30 each

2009-D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Presidential Years
BU From Original Roll
$0.30 each

2009-P Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Presidential Years
BU Roll
$6.95 each

2009-D Lincoln Bicentennial Cent
Presidential Years
BU Roll
$3.95 each

2009 Lincoln Cent


US Mint Rolls!

This is the Fourth of four new reverse designs for the one-cent coin in 2009. Each two-roll coin set consists of one roll of 50 coins produced at the United States Mint at Philadelphia and Denver facilities. The newly minted one-cent coins produced at the United States Mint facility at Philadelphia do not have a mint mark; however, the coins produced at the Denver facility display the “D” mint mark for Denver.

$29.95 Per Set Of 2 Rolls - Out Of Stock





2009 Lincoln Cent

2009 Lincoln Cent

2009 Lincoln Cent
2008 P And D Lincoln Cent Rolls
Last Year Of The Memorial Design
BU Rolls - Total Of 2 Rolls
Shipped In Paper Or Tubes Depending On Inventory
Very Limited Quantity Available!
$5.95 Out Of Stock

2009 Lincoln Cent Holder




3 X 5 inch in size. Has 4 openings for the versions of 2009 Lincoln Cents and one opening to show the common obverse. 

 

$2.95



2009 Lincoln Cent Holder

2009 Lincoln Cent Holder


Holder with all four versions of the cent in Brilliant Uncirculated.

 

$3.95





		
		

1909 2009 Lincoln Cent Folder Album
1909 2009 Lincoln Cent Folder Album




7 X 9.5 inch in size. Slots for all 100 dates from 1909-2008 and an extra 4 slots for 2009 to show the 4 different reverses for 2009. 

 
Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Lincoln Cent
Date Set Folder with 108 slots
Holds one coin from each year from 1909 through 2009
2009 has four slots to hold: Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and Washington DC versions.

$3.95




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