A nicely struck fine semi key.
1913s Lincoln Wheat Cent. The red headed stepchild of the first San Francisco. Once again San Francisco showed poor numbers in the United States mint contest at just over 6 million. While Philadelphia and Detroit chose to mechanize the minters there still used the older whittling method by hand to produce their coins. Very high grades are rare and until you find one, you don't know.
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