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Mintage Numbers for Lincoln Cents

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Date   Mint  Mintage   
1909   P          72,702,618 For Sale
1909   VDB          27,995,000 For Sale
1909   S            1,825,000 For Sale
1909   SVDB               484,000 For Sale
1910   P         146,801,218 For Sale
1910   S            6,045,000 For Sale
1911   P         101,177,787 For Sale
1911   D          12,672,000 For Sale
1911   S            4,026,000 For Sale
1912   P          68,153,060 For Sale
1912   D          10,411,000 For Sale
1912   S            4,431,000 For Sale
1913   P          76,532,352 For Sale
1913   D          15,804,000 For Sale
1913   S            6,101,000 For Sale
1914   P          75,238,432 For Sale
1914   D            1,193,000 For Sale
1914   S            4,137,000 For Sale
1915   P          29,092,120 For Sale
1915   D          22,050,000 For Sale
1915   S            4,833,000 For Sale
1916   P         131,833,677 For Sale
1916   D          35,956,000 For Sale
1916   S          22,510,000 For Sale
1917   P         196,429,785 For Sale
1917   D          55,120,000 For Sale
1917   S          33,620,000 For Sale
1918   P         288,104,634 For Sale
1918   D          47,830,000 For Sale
1918   S          34,680,000 For Sale
1919   P         392,021,000 For Sale
1919   D          57,154,000 For Sale
1919   S         139,760,000 For Sale
1920   P         310,165,000 For Sale
1920   D          49,280,000 For Sale
1920   S          46,220,000 For Sale
1921   P          39,157,000 For Sale
1921   S          15,274,000 For Sale
1922 NO D  Unknown  For Sale
1922   D            7,160,000 For Sale
1923   P          74,723,000 For Sale
1923   S            8,700,000 For Sale
1924   P          75,178,000 For Sale
1924   D            2,520,000 For Sale
1924   S          11,696,000 For Sale
1925   P         139,949,000 For Sale
1925   D          22,580,000 For Sale
1925   S          26,380,000 For Sale
1926   P         157,088,000 For Sale
1926   D          28,020,000 For Sale
1926   S            4,550,000 For Sale
1927   P         144,440,000 For Sale
1927   D          27,170,000 For Sale
1927   S          14,276,000 For Sale
1928   P         134,116,000 For Sale
1928   D          31,170,000 For Sale
1928   S          17,266,000 For Sale
1929   P         185,262,000 For Sale
1929   D          41,730,000 For Sale
1929   S          50,148,000 For Sale
1930   P         157,415,000 For Sale
1930   D          40,100,000 For Sale
1930   S          24,286,000 For Sale
1931   P          19,396,000 For Sale
1931   D            4,480,000 For Sale
1931   S               866,000 For Sale
1932   P            9,062,000 For Sale
1932   D          10,500,000 For Sale
1933   P          14,360,000 For Sale
1933   D            6,200,000 For Sale
1934   P         219,080,000 For Sale
1934   D          24,446,000 For Sale
1935   P         245,338,000 For Sale
1935   D          47,000,000 For Sale
1935   S          38,702,000 For Sale
1936   P         309,637,569 For Sale
1936   D          40,620,000 For Sale
1936   S          29,130,000 For Sale
1937   P         309,179,320 For Sale
1937   D          50,430,000 For Sale
1937   S          34,500,000 For Sale
1938   P         156,696,734 For Sale
1938   D          20,010,000 For Sale
1938   S          15,180,000 For Sale
1939   P         316,479,520 For Sale
1939   D          15,160,000 For Sale
1939   S          52,070,000 For Sale
1940   P         586,825,872 For Sale
1940   D          81,390,000 For Sale
1940   S         112,940,000 For Sale
1941   P         887,039,100 For Sale
1941   D         128,700,000 For Sale
1941   S          92,360,000 For Sale
1942   P         657,828,600 For Sale
1942   D         206,698,000 For Sale
1942   S          85,590,000 For Sale
1943   P         684,628,670 For Sale
1943   D         217,660,000 For Sale
1943   S         191,550,000 For Sale
1944   P      1,435,400,000 For Sale
1944   D         430,578,000 For Sale
1944   S         282,760,000 For Sale
1945   P      1,040,515,000 For Sale
1945   D         226,268,000 For Sale
1945   S         181,770,000 For Sale
1946   P         991,665,000 For Sale
1946   D         315,690,000 For Sale
1946   S         198,100,000 For Sale
1947   P         190,555,000 For Sale
1947   D         194,750,000 For Sale
1947   S          99,000,000 For Sale
1948   P         317,570,000 For Sale
1948   D         172,637,000 For Sale
1948   S          81,735,000 For Sale
1949   P         217,775,000 For Sale
1949   D         153,132,000 For Sale
1949   S          64,290,000 For Sale
1950   P         272,686,386 For Sale
1950   D         334,950,000 For Sale
1950   S         118,505,000 For Sale
1951   P         295,633,500 For Sale
1951   D         625,355,000 For Sale
1951   S         136,010,000 For Sale
1952   P         186,856,980 For Sale
1952   D         746,130,000 For Sale
1952   S         137,800,004 For Sale
1953   P         256,883,800 For Sale
1953   D         700,515,000 For Sale
1953   S         181,835,000 For Sale
1954   P          71,873,350 For Sale
1954   D         251,552,500 For Sale
1954   S          96,190,000 For Sale
1955   P         330,958,000 For Sale
1955   P Double Die   For Sale
1955   D         563,257,200 For Sale
1955   S          44,610,000 For Sale
1956   P         421,414,384 For Sale
1956   D      1,098,201,100 For Sale
1957   P         283,787,652 For Sale
1957   D      1,051,342,000 For Sale
1958   P         253,400,652 For Sale
1958   D         800,953,300 For Sale
1959   P         610,864,291  
1959   D      1,279,760,000  
1960   P         588,096,602  
1960   D      1,580,884,000  
1961   P         756,373,244  
1961   D      1,753,266,700  
1962   P         609,263,019  
1962   D      1,793,148,400  
1963   P         757,185,645  
1963   D      1,774,020,400  
1964   P      2,652,525,762  
1964   D      3,799,071,500  
1965          1,497,224,900  
1966          2,188,147,783  
1967          3,048,667,100  
1968   P      1,707,880,970  
1968   D      2,886,269,600  
1968   S         261,311,510  
1969   P      1,136,910,000  
1969   D      4,002,832,200  
1969   S         547,309,631  
1970   P      1,898,315,000  
1970   D      2,891,438,900  
1970   S         693,192,814  
1971   P      1,919,490,000  
1971   D      2,911,045,600  
1971   S         528,354,192  
1972   P      2,933,255,000  
1972   D      2,665,071,400  
1972   S         380,200,104  
1973   P      3,728,245,000  
1973   D      3,549,576,588  
1973   S         319,937,634  
1974   P      4,232,140,523  
1974   D      4,235,098,000  
1974   S         412,039,228  
1975   P      5,451,476,142  
1975   D      4,505,245,300  
1976   P      4,674,292,426  
1976   D      4,221,592,455  
1977   P      4,469,930,000  
1977   D      4,149,062,300  
1978   P      5,558,605,000  
1978   D      4,280,233,400  
1979   P      6,018,515,000  
1979   D      4,139,357,254  
1980   P      7,414,705,000  
1980   D      5,140,098,660  
1981   P      7,491,750,000  
1981   D      5,373,235,677  
1982   P    10,712,525,000  
1982   D      6,012,979,368  
1983   P      7,752,355,000  
1983   D      6,467,199,428  
1984   P      8,151,079,000  
1984   D      5,569,238,906  
1985   P      5,648,489,887  
1985   D      5,287,399,926  
1986   P      4,491,395,493  
1986   D      4,442,866,698  
1987   P      4,682,466,931  
1987   D      4,879,389,514  
1988   P      6,092,810,000  
1988   D      5,253,740,443  
1989   P      7,261,535,000  
1989   D      5,345,497,111  
1990   P      6,851,765,000  
1990   D      4,922,894,533  
1991   P      5,165,940,000  
1991   D      4,158,442,079  
1992   P      4,648,905,000  
1992   D      4,448,673,300  
1993   P      5,684,705,000  
1993   D      6,426,650,571  
1994   P      6,500,850,000  
1994   D      7,131,765,000  
1995   P      6,411,440,000  
1995   D      7,128,560,000  
1996   P      6,612,465,000  
1996   D      6,510,795,000  
1997   P      4,622,800,000  
1997   D      4,576,555,000  
1998   P      5,032,155,000  
1998   D      5,255,353,500  
1999   P      5,237,600,000  
1999   D      6,360,065,000  
2000   P      5,503,200,000  
2000   D      8,774,220,000  
2001   P      4,959,600,000  
2001   D      5,374,990,000  
2002   P      3,260,800,000  
2002   D      4,028,055,000  
2003   P      3,300,000,000  
2003   D      3,548,000,000  
2004   P      3,379,600,000  
2004   D      3,456,400,000  
2005   P      3,935,600,000  
2005   D      3,764,450,500  
2006   P      4,290,000,000  
2006   D      3,944,000,000  
2007   P      3,762,400,000  
2007   D      3,638,800,000  
2008   P      2,558,800,000  
2008   D      2,849,600,000  
2009   P Birthplace         284,400,000  
2009   D Birthplace         350,400,000  
2009   P Formative         376,000,000  
2009   D Formative         363,600,000  
2009   P Professional Life         316,000,000  
2009   D Professional Life         336,000,000  
2009   P Presidency          129,600,000  
2009   D Presidency          198,000,000  

2010

  P      1,963,630,000  
2010   D      2,407,200,000  
2011   P      2,402,400,000  
2011   D      2,536,140,000  
         
         
  Total  464,937,110,918  

Lincoln Cent News

Lincoln Cents - Google News

8 overlooked Civil War moments from 1864 that could have changed history - Washington Post


8 overlooked Civil War moments from 1864 that could have changed history
Washington Post
The legislation authorized a 2- cent coin with this motto on it. On March 3, 1865, Congress expanded permission for the motto to appear on a variety of gold and silver coins. Ironically, it was just a day later that President Abraham Lincoln delivered ...

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Central States Numismatic Society Convention Show Report: Part 1 - CoinWeek


CoinWeek

Central States Numismatic Society Convention Show Report: Part 1
CoinWeek
75 years later, the Chicago Coin Club continues to play a prominent role in the national and regional scenes, while the size and scope of the organization has grown to levels F. Lee Hewitt and the founding members of the CSNS could never have dreamed ...

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Thoughts for Your Penny: The One-Cent Piece Is Worth a Century of Type - Gizmodo


Thoughts for Your Penny: The One-Cent Piece Is Worth a Century of Type
Gizmodo
Coins are normally a job for sculptors, and President Theodore Roosevelt chose Victor David Brenner to design a new penny to celebrate the centennial of Lincoln's birth in 1909. The new coin broke from the tradition of allegorical figures, and depicted ...

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Oklahoma is a low-tax state - Pryor Daily Times


Oklahoma is a low-tax state
Pryor Daily Times
Based on 2011 figures, Oklahomans paid a about 8.4 cents in taxes out of each dollar of income. Only Alabama ... But here's the other side of that coin—we're nearly last in the country in teacher pay. The percentage of ... If you have any questions on ...

Correction: Biofuels-Global Warming story - Brandon Sun


Correction: Biofuels-Global Warming story
Brandon Sun
A Canadian dollar coin and an American dollar sit in front of a scale in Quebec ... A $500,000 study paid for by the federal government and released Sunday in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Climate Change concludes that biofuels made with corn ...

The week's odd news: Teen suspended for asking Miss America to prom - DesMoinesRegister.com


The week's odd news: Teen suspended for asking Miss America to prom
DesMoinesRegister.com
LINCOLN, Neb. – A toddler was reunited with his mother after employees found him playing inside a claw crane machine at a Nebraska bowling alley, authorities say. Lincoln police say a 24-year-old woman called 911 on April 14 because her 3-year-old son ...

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The week's odd news: Toddler gets stuck inside claw machine game - Marshfield News-Herald


The week's odd news: Toddler gets stuck inside claw machine game
Marshfield News-Herald
LINCOLN, NEB. — A toddler was reunited with his mother after employees found him playing inside a claw crane machine at a Nebraska bowling alley, authorities say. Lincoln police say a 24-year-old woman called 911 on April 14 because her 3-year-old son ...

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Abington Lions Club wants to collect a million pennies for library upgrades - Boston Globe


Boston Globe

Abington Lions Club wants to collect a million pennies for library upgrades
Boston Globe
Hamric said help is needed to move and sort the coins, pulling out Canadian pennies (which Hamric plans to turn over to his Lions Club brethren to the North), buttons, paper clips, and anything else that isn't a penny. He said other coins are ...

Highlights from the Upcoming Issue of Errorscope - CoinWeek


CoinWeek

Highlights from the Upcoming Issue of Errorscope
CoinWeek
One of coins featured in Mr. Sullivan's article is a 1911 Lincoln cent double-strike off center that Rich Schemmer had in one of his cases. Finally, Joseph Ceravone discusses what is involved in setting up a table as a CONECA State Representative at a ...

Mint Report Due on Alternative Coinage Metals - Moneynews


Mint Report Due on Alternative Coinage Metals
Moneynews
But both coins are still being minted despite the negative cash flow that they generate — losses of $55 million on cents and $49.5 million on nickels in the last fiscal year alone. And, perversely, $1 coins aren't being made for use by the general ...

 

 
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