About 1936 DDO, Ty. 1 RB Lincoln Cents - Wheat Reverse
The 1936 Type 1 doubled die obverse Lincoln cent is a variety with dramatic doubling visible to the naked eye. The doubling is exhibited in the date and inscriptions LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRUST. It is believed that fewer than 300 examples exist, making this coin much rarer than the far more popular 1955 doubled die (which has more than 10,000 survivors) and is more on par in scarcity with the 1917 doubled die obverse. This coin is rare in all conditions, including circulated grades and also Red-Brown Mint State levels.
|Denom:||1c / Cent|
|Coinage Type:||Lincoln, Wheat reverse (Bronze)|
|Composition:||95% copper; 5% zinc & tin|
|Variety 2:||Doubled Die Obverse, Type 1|
|Designer:||Victor D. Brenner|
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