U.S. Coin Values: Lincoln Cents - Wheat Reverse.
About 1954 1c BN
Few Lincoln cents of any period since the 1930s are as scarce as the 1954 Philadelphia cent. Not only is it the lowest-mintage regular-issue Philadelphia Lincoln cent struck since 1934, but it is notorious for being poorly struck. Even in circulated grades, the 1954 penny proves more challenging to find than any of the other Lincoln cents of its era, though in worn grades it is an affordable coin. Gem examples are scarce, and in MS67 it is perhaps the toughest regular-issue struck at any point from the 1920s on.
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.
|Denomination:||1c / Cent|
|Coinage Type:||Lincoln, Wheat reverse (Bronze)|
|Composition:||95% copper; 5% zinc & tin|
|Designer:||Victor D. Brenner|
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