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Lincoln Cent 1909-1958 Collector's Folder (Warman's Collector Coin Folders)

  • Warman s Lincoln Cents 1909 1958 Collector s Lincoln Cent Folder
To do its part in the war effort, the U.S. Mint changed from a copper cent to a zinc-coated steel version for one year, in 1943. Rumor quickly spread that anyone who found a 1943 copper cent would be rewarded with a car from Ford. Now you can display your collection of the legendary Lincoln cents of 1909 to 1958 in this beautiful four-panel coin folder. Larger in size than the average folder, this unit has room for 144 coins, the most of any similar folder.

List Price: $ 4.99 Price: $ 4.25

These rolls seem to be full of lots of teens, twenties, and thirties in all of them along with Indian Head Cents and more silver dimes like barbers and Mercury, and even possibly seated liberty dimes. If you are not familiar with my previous auctions, then you should know that these rolls are all compiled of coins my grandfather gave me from his old collection that he passed down to me to help me to deal with some recent medical expenses. Please bid with confidence knowing that these rolls have not been searched and have a high approval rating amongst other bidders and buyers, and due to previous customer statements and feedback, these rolls will all be to your satisfaction!

NOTE:
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