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Authorized by Public Law 109-145, a series of four new Lincoln pennies will be created to commermorate the 200th year anniversary of his birth and the 100th anniversary of the first Lincoln cent. The four designs to be featured on the reverse of the Lincoln pennies represent four major aspects of President Lincoln's life:  his birth and childhood in Kentucky, his formative years in Indiana, his professional life in Illinois and his Presidency in Washington, D.C. The inscriptions on the reverse of the coins will be "United States of America," "E Pluribus Unum" and "One Cent." The obverse (heads side) of the one-cent coins will continue to bear Victor David Brenner's likeness of President Lincoln, introduced in 1909, and the motto "In God We Trust."  At the end of the 2009 Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent Coin Program, the reverse of the penny will feature a design emblematic of President Lincoln's preservation of the United States of America as a single and united country.  
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*[[PCGS 2419 - Lincoln Cent, Wheat Reverse (1909-1958), RD|Lincoln Cent, Wheat Reverse (1909-1958)]]
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*[[PCGS 92711 - Lincoln Cent, Steel (1943 only)|Lincoln Cent, Steel (1943 only)]]
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Authorized by Public Law 109-145, a series of four new Lincoln pennies will be created to commermorate the 200th year anniversary of his birth and the 100th anniversary of the first Lincoln cent. The four designs to be featured on the reverse of the Lincoln pennies represent four major aspects of President Lincoln's life:  his birth and childhood in Kentucky, his formative years in Indiana, his professional life in Illinois and his Presidency in Washington, D.C. The inscriptions on the reverse of the coins will be "United States of America," "E Pluribus Unum" and "One Cent." The obverse (heads side) of the one-cent coins will continue to bear Victor David Brenner's likeness of President Lincoln, introduced in 1909, and the motto "In God We Trust."  From 2010 and beyond, the reverse of the penny will feature a design emblematic of President Lincoln's preservation of the United States of America as a single and united country. This design has not yet been chosen.
  
 
A Lincoln commemorative silver dollar, authorized by Public Law 109-285, also will be released in 2009.
 
A Lincoln commemorative silver dollar, authorized by Public Law 109-285, also will be released in 2009.
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* [[Lincoln Cent, Commemorative (2009) Aspect 1: Birth and Early Childhood in Kentucky]]
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* [[Lincoln Cent, Commemorative (2009) Aspect 2: Formative Years in Indiana]]
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* [[Lincoln Cent, Commemorative (2009) Aspect 3: Professional Life in Illinois]]
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* [[Lincoln Cent, Commemorative (2009) Aspect 4: Presidency in Washington, DC]]
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== U.S. Mint Offerings ==
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[[Image:2009 Lincoln Cent Two-Roll Set.jpg|right]]
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*'''2009 Lincoln Cent Two-Roll Set  $8.95
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*'''Collecting America's Coins: Beginner Basics $11.95
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*'''United States Mint 2009 Silver Proof Set $52.95
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*'''United States Mint 2009 Proof Set $29.95
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*'''2009 United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set $
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*'''United States Mint Lincoln Coin and Chronicles Set $
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== Lincoln Cent, Commemorative (2009)==
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[[Image:2009-S PCGS PR70RD DCAM Lincoln Cent Proof Set 4 Coins a.jpg|right]]
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*[[PCGS 407235 2009 1C Lincoln-Early Childhood, BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407241 2009-D 1C Lincoln-Early Childhood, BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407829 2009 1C Lincoln-Formative Years, BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407839 2009-D 1C Lincoln-Formative Years, BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407848 2009 1C Lincoln-Professional , BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407857 2009-D 1C Lincoln-Professional , BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407866 2009 1C Lincoln-Presidency, BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407875 2009-D 1C Lincoln-Presidency, BN]]
  
* [http://www.usmint.gov/pressroom/index.cfm?action=press_release&id=947  US Mint Pressroom]
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== Proof ==
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*[[PCGS 407247 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Early Childhood, BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407249 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Early Childhood, RD]]
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*[[PCGS 407250 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Early Childhood, CA]]
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*[[PCGS 407251 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Early Childhood, DC]]
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*[[PCGS 407885 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Formative Years, BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407886 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Formative Years, RB]]
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*[[PCGS 407887 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Formative Years, RD]]
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*[[PCGS 407888 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Formative Years, CA]]
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*[[PCGS 407889 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Formative Years, DC]]
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*[[PCGS 407890 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Professional, BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407891 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Professional, RB]]
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*[[PCGS 407892 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Professional, RD]]
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*[[PCGS 407893 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Professional, CA]]
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*[[PCGS 407894 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Professional, DC]]
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*[[PCGS 407895 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Presidency, BN]]
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*[[PCGS 407896 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Presidency, RB]]
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*[[PCGS 407897 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Presidency, RD]]
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*[[PCGS 407898 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Presidency, CA]]
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*[[PCGS 407899 2009-S 1C Lincoln-Presidency, DC]]

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Authorized by Public Law 109-145, a series of four new Lincoln pennies will be created to commermorate the 200th year anniversary of his birth and the 100th anniversary of the first Lincoln cent. The four designs to be featured on the reverse of the Lincoln pennies represent four major aspects of President Lincoln's life: his birth and childhood in Kentucky, his formative years in Indiana, his professional life in Illinois and his Presidency in Washington, D.C. The inscriptions on the reverse of the coins will be "United States of America," "E Pluribus Unum" and "One Cent." The obverse (heads side) of the one-cent coins will continue to bear Victor David Brenner's likeness of President Lincoln, introduced in 1909, and the motto "In God We Trust." From 2010 and beyond, the reverse of the penny will feature a design emblematic of President Lincoln's preservation of the United States of America as a single and united country. This design has not yet been chosen.

A Lincoln commemorative silver dollar, authorized by Public Law 109-285, also will be released in 2009.

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U.S. Mint Offerings

2009 Lincoln Cent Two-Roll Set.jpg
  • 2009 Lincoln Cent Two-Roll Set $8.95
  • Collecting America's Coins: Beginner Basics $11.95
  • United States Mint 2009 Silver Proof Set $52.95
  • United States Mint 2009 Proof Set $29.95
  • 2009 United States Mint Uncirculated Coin Set $
  • United States Mint Lincoln Coin and Chronicles Set $

Lincoln Cent, Commemorative (2009)

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