1922 Plain Lincoln Cent VF-20 PCGS (No D, Strong Reverse)
Chocolate brown with some bright and dark patches, the surfaces of this key date are relatively mark-free and eye appealing. Obverse strike is weak per the issue, with the second 2 in the date stronger and TRUST well-defined—characteristics of die #2.
- PCGS encapsulation offers protection and guarantees the condition of the coin.
- Designed by Victor Brenner.
- Obverse: Features the bust of Abraham Lincoln.
- Reverse: Depicts two wheat ears and the denomination.
- All 1922 cent coinage was struck in Denver. 1922 Plain Lincoln cents were struck in error from a polished die. The Strong Reverse is worth multiples of the other varieties for the year.
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