Positively Perpetually Popular
The 1914-D Lincoln cent is a key issue in the series, from a low mintage of 1.1 million pieces. Unfortunately, despite the low mintage figure, the 1914-D was largely overlooked by contemporary collectors and few high-quality examples were saved at the time of issue. The date became better known and highly sought-after in the 1930s, with the advent of coin albums and the Standard Catalog. By then, most examples had circulated extensively and few would grade better than Fine-Very Fine by today’s standards. The PCGS population is 65 with 17 higher (with 10 of those 17 being 65+ pieces). While the population might not be extremely low in terms of absolute numbers, it’s small when you consider the vast number of Lincoln Cent collectors. Listed at $15,000 in the PCGS price guide.
Offered at $14,400 delivered
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