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U.S. Coin Values: Lincoln Cents - Wheat Reverse.

About 1920 1c RB

The Roaring ?20s and the economic boom times associated with most of the decade brought higher mintages for the Lincoln cent series. This means many Lincoln cent issues from the 1920s are comparatively more common than their predecessors from the teens. As for the 1920 Philadelphia issue, it is a common coin in all circulated grades and right through MS65. Higher-graded examples are considerably tougher, with MS66s scarce and MS67s nearly elusive.

Obverse: Bust of Abraham Lincoln framed by IN GOD WE TRUST on the top periphery. The word LIBERTY to the left of the portait and the date and mintmark (If any) postioned on the right side.

Reverse: Wheat ears flanking the words ONE CENT, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. The motto E PLURIBUS UNUM on the top perimeter.

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Coin Date: 1920
Denomination: 1c / Cent
Designation: MS
Mint Mark: P
Mint Location: Philadelphia
Mintage: 310,165,000
Coinage Type: Lincoln, Wheat reverse (Bronze)
Coinage Years: 1909-1958
Composition: 95% copper; 5% zinc & tin
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 19 mm
Weight: 3.11 gr
Designer: Victor D. Brenner
Edge: Plain
PCGS #: 2523
NGC ID: 22C3
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