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    1950-D NNC MS67 Red   SOLD  
      I'd say NNC really got this one wrong. At an arms length away this looks like a very nice coin. But the closer it gets, the more little nicks you can see. Were going to drop this one for less then twenty bucks. SOLD  
      1950-S NNC MS67 Red   $19.99  
    1950-S Mint State 67 Cent (NNC) Red  This 1950 S cent is certified by National Numismatic Certification. They gave it a Mint State 67 red. It does have a couple spots on the coin, but the color and over all luster makes up for it.
 
      1951-S ACG MS66 Red   $9.99  
     A pleasing example with great eye appeal, if you like a little color on your coins this one is for you. It is overall red, but marbles in a couple different shades. ACG graded this coin MS-66.
 
      1951-S NNC MS67 Red   $19.99  
    1951-S Mint State 67 Cent (NNC) Red   Here we have a cent that has virtually mark free fields. It is graded MS-67 by NNC and would make a nice addition to any collection.
 
      1953-S NTC MS67 Red   $29.99  
    This 1953 cent is certified by Numistrust corp. They gave it a Mint State 67 red. It only have one spot on the front side of the coin at the rim. It has mark free fields and a strong strike. This 1953 cent is certified by Numistrust corp. They gave it a Mint State 67 red. It only has one spot on the front side of the coin at the rim. It has mark free fields and a strong strike.
 
      1954-S PCI MS67 Red (2 available) $19.99  
    Both these coins have bright red obverse and one carbon spot on the reverse, but who looks at the reverse. Although they trend for 85 dollars in MS67 grade, here they are only 24.99.    Next up is a couple 1954-S wheat back cents in PCI holders. Both these coins have bright red obverse and one carbon spot on the reverse, but who looks at the reverse. Although they trend for 85 dollars in MS67 grade, here they are only 24.99.

 
      1954-S NGC MS66 Red   $19.99  
    1954-S Mint State 66 Cent (NGC) Red  Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) gave this a coin a Mint State 66. This coin has sharp details, MS-66 fields and nice cartwheel luster.
 
      1955 PCI MS67 Red Trend for 55.00 $19.99  
      This wheatback penny is graded and encapsulated by PCI as Mint state 67. This would be a nice addition to any collection.
 
      1955-S ICG MS66 Red   $19.99  
    Here we have another 1955 ICG certified Abraham Lincoln cent although this one is from the San Francisco Mint. This one also has bright red color like it just came from the mint.   Here we have another 1955 ICG certified Abraham Lincoln cent although this one is from the San Francisco Mint. This one also has bright red color like it just came from the mint.
 
      1955-S SEGS MS64 Dipped Toned $17.99  
    Here we have a very nice looking rainbow toned cent. This certified wheat cent has reds, blues, yellow, orange, and purple. It is artificially toned as SEGS indicated dipping on the holder.   Here we have a very nice looking rainbow toned cent. This certified wheat cent has reds, blues, yellow, orange, and purple. It is artificially toned as SEGS indicated "dipping" on the holder.
 
      1955-S PCI MS67 Red (2 available) $19.99  
    Here we have a couple 1955 wheat back cents in PCI holders. Both these coins have minimal contact marks and a bold strike.   Good price for a wheatback cent graded mint state 67.    Here we have a couple 1955 wheat back cents in PCI holders. Both these coins have minimal contact marks and a bold strike.   Good price for a wheatback cent graded mint state 67.

 
      1955-S NNC MS68 Red   $19.99  
    1955-S Mint State 68 Cent (NNC) Red This 1955 S cent is certified by National Numismatic Certification. They gave it a Ultra high Mint State 68 red. It does have a nick after the "one" on the reverse but other then that this is an exceptional coin. Trends for $175 in MS67 condition.
 
      1956 SEGS MS62 Dipped Toned SOLD  
    Here we have a nice looking rainbow toned cent. This one is also artificially toned, but this one has a 1% clip @k-10 which is also indicated on the holder. The obverse is wonderfully toned with lots of color, the reverse is a little dull. Here we have a nice looking rainbow toned cent. This one is artificially toned, but has a 1% clip @k-10 which is also indicated on the holder. The obverse is wonderfully toned with lots of color, the reverse is a little dull. SOLD  
      1956-D NNC MS66 Red   $9.99  
      NNC graded this coin as Mint State 66. This obverse has nice even color and all the details are strong except the 6 in the date. There are only 2 needle point spots on this coin and luckily both are on the reverse.
 
      1956 ACG MS66 Red   $14.99  
    1956 Mint State 66 Cent (ACG) Red  A pleasing example with killer eye appeal, if you like a little color on your coins this one is for you. It is overall red, but marbles in a couple different shades. ACG graded this coin MS-66.
 
      1957-D PCI MS67 Red   $19.99  
    This 1957 wheat back cent was minted in Denver. They only made a mere 1 billion that year in Denver so these will obviously be very rare in a couple 1,000 years so you might want to put a couple away while they are still affordable.    This 1957 wheat back cent was minted in Denver. They only made a mere 1 billion that year in Denver so these will obviously be very rare in a couple 1,000 years so you might want to put a couple away while they are still affordable.

 
      1957-D NGC MS66 Red   $19.99  
     Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) gave this a coin a Mint State 66. This coin has sharp details, MS-66 fields and nice cartwheel luster.
 
      1958 NTC MS68 Red   $14.99  
    1958 Mint State 68 wheat cent (NTC) Red  Yes that's right NTC gave this coin a grade of Mint State 68. Don't get me wrong it is a nice coin but MS68 come on. Eye appeal wise it's just not there, it has a little blue tone starting on his forehead and the reverse looks dirty for a 68.
 
      1961 ACG PF69   Toned $9.99  
    This is a very attractive 2 sided rainbow toned cent. At first glance it looks like the fields are just cloudy but once the light hits it right a rainbow of color jumps out at you.   This is a very attractive 2 sided rainbow toned cent. At first glance it looks like the fields are just cloudy but once the light hits it right a rainbow of color jumps out at you.
 
      1963 PCI PF68 Red   $12.99  
     This coin would make a good addition to any collection. A nice looking coin in PCI holder. They gave this coin a Proof 68 grade.
 
      1964 NTC MS66 Red/Brown Toned obv. $19.99  
    1964 Mint State 66 Lincoln Cent Red/brown (NTC) Toned Obverse  Colors just dance around the surfaces on the obverse of this coin while the reverse is a solid red. A very unique looking coin graded by NTC as MS-66 R/B.
 
      1964 NGC PF67 CAMEO   $24.99  
    1964 Proof 67 Lincoln Cent (NGC) Cameo  A beautiful example of a 1964 Memorial Lincoln cent.  This coin displays nice frosty cameo and haze free fields. Proof coins is the sixties are scarce in cameo, grab this killer coin for only $24.99.
 
      1966 NGC MS67 Red SMS $39.99  
    1966 Mint State 67 cent (NGC) SMS    Here we have a Special Mint Set example graded Mint state 67. This one is graded and slabbed by NGC in there new rim view holder. SOLD  
      1967 NGC MS67 Red SMS $39.99  
    1967 Mint State 67 cent (NGC) SMS    This was the last year the made the SMS. they only made them for three years 1965-1967. This one is has a deep red fiery color and is graded ms67 by NGC SOLD  
      1968-S NTC MS67 Red   $7.99  
    1968-S Mint state 67 Lincoln Cent (NTC) Here we have the return of the "s" mint mark. The US Mint stopped putting the San Francisco mintmark on the penny since 1955, this was the first year of it's return. This one is graded by NTC as MS67 red.
 
      1968-S NGC PF68 Red   $19.99  
    1968-S Proof 68 cent (NGC)    This was the first year the US Mint started making Proof sets again after the special Mint Sets failed to interest collectors. This one is has a deep red fiery color and is graded Proof 68 by NGC .
 
      1969-D NGC MS64 Red/Brown Purple Tone $24.99  
    1969-D Mint State 64 Lincoln Cent red/brown (NGC) Toned It has orange luster bursting through the deep purple tone. This purple/orange tone is on both the obverse and reverse of this coin. A very impressive NGC slabbed tone cent.
 
      1970-S NGC PF67 RED Large Date $29.99  
    1970-S Proof 67 cent (NGC) Large Date This Lincoln cent is certified by NGC as Proof 67.
 
      1979 ICG MS66 Red   $8.99  
    This coin has a bold strike, smooth surfaces, and mint luster. It is housed is ICG's  Intercept Shield, which is claimed to be the ultimate protection for your collectibles.  This coin has a bold strike, smooth surfaces, and mint luster. It is housed is ICG's  Intercept Shield, which is claimed to be the "ultimate protection for your collectibles".
 
      1979-S PCGS PF68 DCAM Type 2 $39.99  
    This Lincoln cent is certified by PCGS as Proof 68 Deep cameo.Listed on PCGS as $55.00 in proof 68. Here it will only cost 39.99
 
      1981-S PCGS PF69 DCAM Type 1 $29.99  
    1981-S Proof 69 cent Type 1 (PCGS) DCAM This Lincoln cent is certified by PCGS as Proof 69 Deep cameo.
 
      1983-S PCGS PF69 DCAM   $24.99  
    This Lincoln cent is certified by PCGS as Proof 69 Deep cameo.
 
      1985-S PCGS PF69 DCAM   $17.99  
     Proof 69 Lincoln Cent (PCGS) deep cameo Red This Lincoln cent is certified by PCGS as Proof 69 Deep cameo.
 
      1986-S PCGS PF69 DCAM   $14.99  
    1986-S Proof 69 cent (PCGS) DCAM   Next up is a 1986 Proof 69 Deep Cameo cent certified by PCGS. This coin has an ultra frost profile and mirrored fields.
 
      1987-S PCGS PF69 DCAM   $9.99  
     Proof 69 Lincoln Cent (PCGS) deep cameo Red This Lincoln cent is certified by PCGS as Proof 69 Deep cameo.
 
      1988-S NGC Proof Artificial Toning $19.99  
    1988-S Proof Lincoln cent (NGC) Artificial toned  Here we have an amazing artificially toned 1988 cent. If this was naturally toned with these magnificent colors, it would easily sell for a couple hundred dollars. Since its AT it will only cost you 20 bucks.
 
      1988-S PCGS PF69 DCAM 2 available $14.99  
     Proof 69 Lincoln Cent (PCGS) deep cameo Red This Lincoln cent is certified by PCGS as Proof 69 Deep cameo.
 
      1989-S PCGS PF69 DCAM   $9.99  
    1989-S Proof 69 Lincoln cent (PCGS) DCAM" This Lincoln cent is certified by PCGS as Proof 69 Deep cameo.
 
                       
   

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