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Rare 1951 US D MINT Wheat penny (Vf)

Rare 1951 US D MINT Wheat penny (Vf)
Rare 1951 US D MINT Wheat penny (Vf)
Rare 1951 US D MINT Wheat penny (Vf)
Rare 1951 US D MINT Wheat penny (Vf)
Rare 1951 US D MINT Wheat penny (Vf)

Rare 1951 US D MINT Wheat penny (Vf)   Rare 1951 US D MINT Wheat penny (Vf)
The lincoln penny has been produced for an extended period of time, and is actually still in circulation to this day. Though the modern version of the penny does not excite too many people, older versions, such as the 1951 lincoln, are highly sought after by collectors of all types. Their constantly increasing scarcity is something that shows you why now is as good a time as ever to get your hands on one of these coins. On the lincoln penny's obverse you will notice the image of none other than abraham lincoln dominating the central aspect. Immediately to the left of the president's image will be a raised inscription which reads liberty. Opposite the liberty inscription will be one that marks the 1951 year of minting. Arching overtop of the obverse is an inscription which reads in god we trust. The coin's reverse features not an image in the center but, rather, two raised inscriptions. One of the inscriptions reads united states of america while the other marks the one cent face value. Along the left and right outer edges you will see two single stalks of wheat, which is how the penny got its wheat penny nickname. Finally, arching overtop of the reverse is the latin phrase e pluribus unum.
Rare 1951 US D MINT Wheat penny (Vf)   Rare 1951 US D MINT Wheat penny (Vf)