Proof Lincoln Cents
Proof Lincoln Cents are an attractive set of coins that are typically accompanied by regular business strike issues. This album takes the collector back to the first days of Proof Mintage in 1909 and continues well beyond the present day. Includes major varieties. Default cover option is red.
  • 1909 V.D.B.
  • 1909
  • 1910
  • 1911
  • 1912
  • 1913
  • 1914
  • 1915
  • 1916
  • 1936, Satin
  • 1936, Brilliant
  • 1937
  • 1938
  • 1939
  • 1940
  • 1941
  • 1942
  • 1950
  • 1951
  • 1952
  • 1953
  • 1954
  • 1955
  • 1956
  • 1957
  • 1958
  • 1959
  • 1960
  • 1960, Small Date
  • 1960, Large Date
  • 1960, Small Date over Lg. Date
  • 1960, Large Date over Sm. Date
  • 1961
  • 1962
  • 1963
  • 1964
  • 1968-S
  • 1969-S
  • 1970-S
  • 1970-S, Small Date
  • 1970-S, Large Date
  • 1971-S
  • 1971-S, Doubled Die Obverse
  • 1972-S
  • 1973-S
  • 1974-S
  • 1975-S
  • 1976-S
  • 1977-S
  • 1978-S
  • 1979-S
  • 1979-S, Filled "S"
  • 1979-S, Clear "S"
  • 1980-S
  • 1981-S
  • 1981-S, Round "S"
  • 1981-S, Flat "S"
  • 1982-S
  • 1983-S
  • 1984-S
  • 1985-S
  • 1986-S
  • 1987-S
  • 1988-S
  • 1989-S
  • 1990-S
  • 1990 (S), No "S"
  • 1991-S
  • 1992-S
  • 1993-S
  • 1994-S
  • 1995-S
  • 1996-S
  • 1997-S
  • 1998-S
  • 1998-S, Wide AM
  • 1998-S, Close AM
  • 1999-S
  • 1999-S, Wide AM
  • 1999-S, Close AM
  • 2000-S
  • 2001-S
  • 2002-S
  • 2003-S
  • 2004-S
  • 2005-S
  • 2006-S
  • 2007-S
  • 2008-S
  • 2009-S, Birth and Childhood
  • 2009-S, Formative Years
  • 2009-S, Professional Life
  • 2009-S, Presidency
  • 2010-S
  • 2011-S
  • 2012-S
  • 2013-S
  • 2014-S
  • 2015-S
  • 2016-S
  • 2017-S
  • 2018-S
  • 2018-S, Reverse Proof
  • 2019-S
  • 2019-W
  • 2019-W, Reverse Proof
  • 2020-S
  • 2021-S
  • 2022-S
  • 2023-S
  • 2024-S
  • 1909 V.D.B.
  • 1909
  • 1910
  • 1911
  • 1912
  • 1913
  • 1914
  • 1915
  • 1916
  • 1936, Satin
  • 1936, Brilliant
  • 1937
  • 1938
  • 1939
  • 1940
  • 1941
  • 1942
  • 1950
  • 1951
  • 1952
  • 1953
  • 1954
  • 1955
  • 1956
  • 1957
  • 1959
  • 1960
  • 1960, Small Date
  • 1960, Large Date
  • 1960, Small Date over Lg. Date
  • 1960, Large Date over Sm. Date
  • 1961
  • 1962
  • 1963
  • 1964
  • 1968-S
  • 1969-S
  • 1970-S
  • 1970-S, Small Date
  • 1970-S, Large Date
  • 1971-S
  • 1971-S, Doubled Die Obverse
  • 1972-S
  • 1973-S
  • 1974-S
  • 1975-S
  • 1976-S
  • 1977-S
  • 1978-S
  • 1979-S
  • 1979-S, Filled "S"
  • 1979-S, Clear "S"
  • 1980-S
  • 1981-S
  • 1981-S, Round "S"
  • 1981-S, Flat "S"
  • 1982-S
  • 1983-S
  • 1984-S
  • 1985-S
  • 1986-S
  • 1987-S
  • 1988-S
  • 1989-S
  • 1990-S
  • 1990 (S), No "S"
  • 1991-S
  • 1992-S
  • 1993-S
  • 1994-S
  • 1995-S
  • 1996-S
  • 1997-S
  • 1998-S
  • 1998-S, Wide AM
  • 1998-S, Close AM
  • 1999-S
  • 1999-S, Wide AM
  • 1999-S, Close AM
  • 2000-S
  • 2001-S
  • 2002-S
  • 2003-S
  • 2004-S
  • 2005-S
  • 2006-S
  • 2007-S
  • 2008-S
  • 2010-S
  • 2011-S
  • 2012-S
  • 2013-S
  • 2014-S
  • 2015-S
  • 2016-S
  • 2017-S
  • 2018-S
  • 2018-S, Reverse Proof
  • 2019-S
  • 2019-W
  • 2019-W, Reverse Proof
  • 2020-S
  • 2021-S
  • 2022-S
  • 2023-S
  • 2024-S

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1909 to Date
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Proof Lincoln Cents
1909 to Date
Proof Lincoln Cents
Wheat Reverse
1909 to 1958
Proof Lincoln Cents
Memorial Reverse
1959 to 2008
Proof Lincoln Cents
Shield Reverse
2010 to Date

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Abraham Lincoln would have turned 100 years old in 1909 when the one cent coin was redesigned in his honor. His appearance on the denomination has since become the longest running design in American numismatics.

During his tenure as President, Theodore Roosevelt turned his attention to the nationís contemporary coinage and felt that there was a lack of artistry. Roosevelt asked for the sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to be hired to create new designs for the denominations that qualified for such changes which at the time included the cent, quarter eagle, half eagle, eagle, and double eagle.
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Abraham Lincoln would have turned 100 years old in 1909 when the one cent coin was redesigned in his honor. His appearance on the denomination has since become the longest running design in American numismatics.

During his tenure as President, Theodore Roosevelt turned his attention to the nationís contemporary coinage and felt that there was a lack of artistry. Roosevelt asked for the sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens to be hired to create new designs for the denominations that qualified for such changes which at the time included the cent, quarter eagle, half eagle, eagle, and double eagle.

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