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1911-S Lincoln Cent

1911-S Wheat Penny


 
The 1911-S Lincoln Wheat Penny had a mintage of 4,026,000. These 1911-S Lincoln Cent coins are 95% copper and 5% zinc and tin. Each of these coins have a diameter of 19mm. We use strict Photograde standards when grading all of our coins. You can view the grading guidelines on the main Lincoln Cents page of the website. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for your order to leave our offices as each coin must be inspected and graded prior to packaging.


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1911SC3 1911-S Lincoln Cent - AG3
$22.95
1911SC4 1911-S Lincoln Cent - G4
$34.95
1911SC7 1911-S Lincoln Cent - VG7
$52.95
1911SC12 1911-S Lincoln Cent - F12
$56.95
1911SC20 1911-S Lincoln Cent - VF20
$58.95
1911SC40 1911-S Lincoln Cent - EF40
$69.00
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4 of 5 June 11, 2019
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5 of 5 1911-S Lincoln Cent VF20 October 27, 2018
Reviewer: Harold Baggs from Plymouth, MA United States  
A very fine looking President. Very satisfied.

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5 of 5 Definitely at Grade Described December 5, 2015
Reviewer: David King from Essex Junction, VT United States  
Definitely at Grade Described.  Happy with the price.  Happy with the shipping time.

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