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1941-P Lincoln Cent PCGS PF65+RD

Minuscule mintage of only 21,100 coins

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Denomination Cents
Series Lincoln Cent
Composition Copper
Year 1941
Mint Philadelphia (P)
Grade Proof
Proof Score PF 65
Designation Absolute Rarity, Condition Rarity, Red (RD), Star/Plus
Certification PCGS

1941-P Lincoln Cent PCGS PF65+RD


The Lincoln Cent, designed by Victor David Brenner, began its mintage in 1909 and continues to be minted to this day. For the first fifty years of mintage, the Lincoln Cent displayed the Wheat Reverse. This specific Wheat Reverse Lincoln Cent was struck in 1941 at the Philadelphia Mint and is graded in Proof 65+ Red condition. Coins with the RD, or red, designation are among the most beautiful pieces as they have kept their original color. Out of all 1941-P Proof Lincoln Cents struck, only 4 examples have been graded in PF65+ RD condition with just 484 graded higher. With a minuscule mintage of only 21,100 examples and such a low PF65+ RD population as well as so few graded higher, this 1941-P Proof Lincoln Cent is a tremendous Absolute and Condition Rarity.