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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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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.

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

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