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Lincoln Wheat Cent Collection

I finally completed my Lincoln Wheat Cent Collection (1909-1958)!!!  This took me about 6 months to complete...a pretty easy set to assemble I believe and reachable for any collector... novice or advanced.  I have included a few photos...The empty spaces I have certified by PCGS....except for the 1922 no D cent. My wife bought me the 1931 S but I haven't received it yet.  I just felt like sharing. I photos aren't exactly for clarity but just to show that they're filled. Thanks for looking!!

2 months ago

@Kevin Leab
I finally completed my Lincoln Wheat Cent Collection (1909-1958)!!!  This took me about 6 months to complete...a pretty easy set to assemble I believe and reachable for any collector... novice or advanced.  I have included a few photos...The empty spaces I have certified by PCGS....except for the 1922 no D cent. My wife bought me the 1931 S but I haven't received it yet.  I just felt like sharing. I photos aren't exactly for clarity but just to show that they're filled. Thanks for looking!! 

2 months ago

I don't know why they're all sideways. 

2 months ago

Good job! I personally have a growing set of wheaties, including an 1909-VDB and a 1910 S, but nothing like you. 

2 months ago

Thank you A.J.!!  

2 months ago

Great set. Thanks for showing us. I was at Gettysburg show also on Friday. There was a forum about why the pictures load that way. I take the picture sideways to start, then it loads corrected to look at. Something to do with the system takes the long side, and turns it.So the slab is longest up and down. The system turns whatever you have taken. So I turn the coin to the right to get the picture correct. There is a way to turn it but I haven't done that yet. 

2 months ago

Thank you Golfer!!  I'll be there in the Fall spending even more money. Maybe I'll see you there!! 

2 months ago

Congrats on a beautiful collection!

2 months ago

@CoinHunter
Congrats on a beautiful collection! Thank you @CoinHunter

2 months ago
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