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What is a Lincoln wheat one cent coin from the United States worth?
Values, images, and specifications for the Lincoln wheat US penny.
(1909 to 1958)
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USA one cent
1909 - 1958
The United States 'Lincoln wheat' one cent
obverse features Abraham Lincoln facing right,
with the word 'LIBERTY' to the left, and date to
the right. Above Lincoln's head is the phrase
'IN GOD WE TRUST'.
The reverse shows the words 'ONE CENT'
above 'UNITED STATES OF AMERICA', with
an ear of wheat to either side. Above is the
Latin phrase 'E PLURIBUS UNUM', which
translates to 'out of many, one', the US motto.
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