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1943 PDS Uncirculated Wartime Steel Lincoln Cents

1943 PDS Uncirculated Wartime Steel Lincoln Cents

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1943 PDS Uncirculated Wartime Steel Lincoln Cents 
Add some men of steel to your collection. This set of Lincoln cents is part of a wartime issue minted out of zinc-coated steel in order to free up valuable copper for the war effort. These historic coins come from each of the three active Mints at the time and are in uncirculated condition. Draft these steely Lincolns into your personal collection today.

What You Get

  • (3) 1943 wartime steel Lincoln "Wheat Ears" cents (1 each from P, D, and S Mints)
  • Presentation box 

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: Uncirculated condition
Mint Mark: Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints
Packaging: Encapsulated

Coin 1

Obverse: Profile of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the U.S.
Reverse: Wheat Ears design
Composition: Zinc-coated steel
Diameter: Approx. 19mm (0.75") each
Weight: Approx. 2.7 grams (0.1 oz.) each

The Basics - Box

Measurements: Approx. 6"W x 3/4"H x 4-1/2" Deep


1943 Lincoln wartime emergency issue steel cents
  • During critical war year of 1943, the United States Mint resorted to the use of zinc-coated steel
Uncirculated condition 
  • These coins have never been circulated to the public 
  • Helps preserve coins' condition during storage and display


1943 PDS Uncirculated Wartime Steel Lincoln Cents
6 reviews 4 out of 5

Review Breakdown

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1 Star
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  • Very Nice

    Coins came as described, always wanted and couldn't resist.

    Mel2017, FL
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  • 1943 PDS Uncirculated Wartime Steel Lincoln Cents

    Real nice set,im very happy with this coin collection,i hope I get the chance to add more to my collection,i like the presentation and the fast shipment with all the information on tracking,also the history of this collection, you keep up the great jog your doing,im very happy thanks so much HSN.Robert LaPlant

    patsfan52, MA
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    BBOC, CA
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  • Beautiful Steel !

    Coins arrived in perfect condition.I rarely saw these 1943 Steel pennies growing up.Now, I own all three mint marks AND in the "greatest condition" I have ever seen!

    El-Dorado, CA
    Was this review helpful? 2 out of 3 found this review helpful
  • Not rare

    All but one came uncirculated the 3rd one had a permanent fingerprint one it so we removed it from its case to wipe it clean and it wouldn't come off , now that makes me think did someone re zinc it or was it made that way in 1943 ? 1943 coins are not rare and can be found for 5 bucks . We are having a coin dealer look at this finger print to see what's really going on...

    inthezone, AZ
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