Click title/picture for details. offer US $34.97 1931 LINCOLN CENT HEAVY BRASS STREAKED Here is a nice condition 1931 Lincoln wheatback cent. Heavy amount of brass streaking on obverse and reverse, All lines showing in upper wheat straws. Fine or better.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $1.75 Mint: Philadelphia Certification: Uncertified Material: -- Certification Number: -- Method of Manufacture: Business Strike Condition: Uncirculated In 1982 the Lincoln Cent was initially minted in a BRASS alloy .In order to save money, the Mint decided to switch to a Copper-Plated Zinc mixture. The Zinc was cheaper and lighter than the BRASS alloy. In order to tell which is which, you have to weigh each coin. The Mint also changed the size of the numerals in the 1982 date. Type I is referred to as the Large Date and Type II is the Small Date. Between the Philadelphia and the Denver Mints they actually produced 7 different varieties of the Lincoln Cent in 1982.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $375.00 A very unique 1999 "Brass Plated Strike" 1c. This coin is so scarce that I’m unable to find any information about it on the web. Even on Ken Potter’s website, (a world renowned error coin specialist) there is no information on this error variety as of this date. The “other” issues are as follows: 1983, 1985-D, 1997, 1997-D & 1998. This coin exhibits a sharp contrast in color difference between the normal "rosy red" issues. It has a very nice golden-brass color and is sure to please! There is just a slight tint of red at the top of the coin! It’s Brass, mostly. A normal plated cent would not have any zinc in the outer layer resulting in a common copper planchet; however, it has been confirmed by the U.S. Mint that there are occasions where the zinc planchets are "left" in the "plating tanks" which begin to dissolve and contaminate the plating solution resulting in a "brass" plate, rather than a "copper" plate, thus giving us this "Brass Plated Cent".
Click title/picture for details. offer US $325.00 1937S BU Lincoln cent roll. 50 coins! The May 23, 2008 CDN list's the BU roll of 1937S Lincoln cents for Two Hundred Eighty ($280.00) dollars for an asking price. Check photos as for grade and coin condition. I don't think you'll be sorry with a roll like this. Some of the coins will exhibit some spotting, some are toned with some incredible coloring. Most of these coins are tend to be of a brass color. Some may have some discoloration and flecks as you can tell by the photos. -