1943 Lincoln Steel Cent P/D/S 3 pc Set- NGC MS66

  • High grade Steel Cent set

  • Struck at the Philadelphia, Denver & San Francisco Mint

  • One year wartime release

The 1943 Steel Cents were born of necessity - and war.  After entering World War II, the United States quickly found itself short of copper, which was being used in bullet casings.  The Mint quickly pivoted and struck the Lincoln cent on experimental Steel planchets.  However, due to issues with the planchet, the coins were short lived, only being struck in 1943.  Always popular and valuable in top grades!

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Steel cents were struck at all 3 mints - Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco - during the peak war year of 1943. At the time, copper was too important to the national war effort as it was required for creating shell casings for bullets. The US Mint pivoted production and began striking pennies on zinc coated steel. Unpopular upon release, these are cherished today as valuable collectibles.

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