Lincoln Cent G-VG 1925-D

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  • Description:

    The 1925-D Lincoln Cent is a numismatic treasure, epitomizing the rich history and exquisite craftsmanship of early 20th-century American coinage. This remarkable coin is not just a fragment of currency but a testament to the storied past of the United States Mint, particularly the Denver Mint, and its role in American history. Introduced in 1909 to commemorate the centennial of Abraham Lincoln's birth, the Lincoln Cent was a revolutionary addition to U.S. coinage. It was one of the first coins to feature a real historical figure, breaking away from the traditional allegorical representations.

    The coin's design, a testament to the artistic skill of Victor David Brenner, features a precise and dignified portrait of Lincoln on the obverse, symbolizing honesty and integrity. Around this iconic portrait are the inscriptions “IN GOD WE TRUST,” “LIBERTY,” and the year of minting. The reverse, until 1958, bore the 'Wheat Ears' design, encapsulating America's agricultural heritage and prosperity. The Denver Mint, where the 1925-D Lincoln Cent was struck, has a storied history. Established in 1906, it was the third U.S. Mint facility to produce coinage, joining its sister mints in Philadelphia and San Francisco. The Denver Mint quickly gained a reputation for its high-quality coin production and played a crucial role in minting coins for the rapidly expanding Western United States. The 'D' mint mark on the 1925 Lincoln Cent is a hallmark of this esteemed institution's craftsmanship.

    The mintage, of the 1925-D Lincoln Cent, was substantial, reflecting the robust demand for this denomination during a time of economic growth and societal change. Despite the high production numbers, most 1925-D Lincoln Cents entered circulation, where they were subject to the wear and tear of daily use.

    The 1925-D Lincoln Cent in Good to Very Good condition is a captivating piece of numismatic history. Despite its age, this coin has admirably withstood the test of time, maintaining key features that make it a treasure. In Good to Very Good condition, the iconic profile of Abraham Lincoln on the obverse is still discernible, with some wear evident on Lincoln's higher relief areas, especially the cheek and hair. The reverse, featuring the classic wheat ears design, retains its overall structure, though finer details may be softened. For collectors, this coin is not just currency; it's a tangible piece of early 20th-century Americana, steeped in history and charm.

    For collectors and enthusiasts, the 1925-D Lincoln Cent is not just a collectible; it is a piece of Americana. It represents a significant moment in U.S. numismatic history and the enduring legacy of the Denver Mint. Its exceptional state of preservation makes it a highly coveted item, cherished for both its historical significance and its rarity. As a tangible link to an important era in American coinage, this coin is a must-have for anyone passionate about U.S. history and numismatics, offering a unique connection to the early 20th century and the story of one of the nation's key mints.

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    • Denomination: N/A
    • Year: 1925
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