This assortment gives you 148 coins (that's one full pound) from all six decades in which this one-cent piece was minted.
You are guaranteed one first-year-of-mint 1909 penny that might be one of the rare coins with the sculptor's initials, VDB, valued at as much as $3,000. You could also find an increasingly-rare 1943 steel penny. Last struck in 1958, the historic wheat penny retains its value because it's the first U.S. coin to depict a real person, the first cent to feature the words "In God We Trust" and is composed of a bronze alloy that is 95% copper.
Coins store in mini-money bag. All contents are unsearched and unexamined.
Minted in anticipation of a copper shortage during World War II, these unique steel pennies have stood the test of time. Now worth far more than face value, you get an assortment of 30 of these increasingly rare coins.
This may be your last chance to obtain this many steel pennies at one time.
Coins store in mini-money bag. Includes certificate of authenticity.