Rare 1949 us-no mint wheat penny (non-magnetic) they are in fine condition. On the obverse side of the lincoln penny you will notice that the central aspect of the coin is dominated by the image of abraham lincoln. Immediately to the left of lincoln's image is an inscription which reads liberty.
Opposite this inscription is another which marks the 1949 year of minting. Finally, the phrase in god we trust is located along the top outer edge. The reverse side of the coin features in the center 2 inscriptions. One of the inscriptions reads united states of america while another marks the one cent face value. Along the left and right outer edges you will find two single stalks of wheat, which is why the penny is sometimes referred to as the wheat penny.
Finally, the latin phrase e pluribus unum is arching overtop. This item is made of copper and zinc, tin.