The words under the Lincoln Memorial (which appear on the penny coin) are "one cent"
The only US coin dated 1984 with Lincoln on it is the 1 cent coin.
Lincoln has been on the one cent coin since 1909. Also on the 2010 dollar coin.
Abraham Lincoln is on the American Penny. The penny is the one cent coin.
Lincoln is on the 1 cent coin
Kennedy is on the US half dollar (50 cent) coin and Lincoln is on the penny (1 cent) coin.
The penny is the only coin that has a picture of Lincoln on it.
Lincoln is on the 1-cent coin, commonly called a penny. It is copper and shiny when it is new, but can turn dark or even green due to chemical reactions with the copper. He was the first actual person to appear on a US coin and I think he was first put on this coin in 1908 to honor the 100th anniversary of his birth. In any case, Lincoln was put on a coin in order to honor his memory.
Yes the Lincoln Memorial does appear on the back of a $5
Abraham Lincoln had his likeness put on the one cent coin (i.e.Penny) in 1909 in honor of his birth in 1809 and so was the first actual person to be on a US coin.
Lincoln - 1909 Washington - 1932 Jefferson - 1938 F.D. Roosevelt - 1946 Kennedy - 1964 Eisenhower - 1971
So far, Lincoln, Grant and Hayes have appeared with beards on a US Coin. Garfield will makes his bearded appearance on November 17, 2011 and Benjamin Harrison's beard is scheduled to appear on a coin sometime in August , 2012.
The US one cent coin...
The U.S. Mint has never produced a "Lincoln coin" dated 1864. Look at the coin again and post new question with the denomination.
The pygmy glider does not appear on any coin. When Australia still had one cent coins, the feathertail glider appeared on this coin.
I think that Lincoln Douglas debate Douglas tried to mak Lincoln appear to be a good dressed guy
The coin is just a common Lincoln cent, spend it.
There's no such coin. Lincoln is on the penny.
The five dollar bill and the Lincoln Penny is what Lincoln is on. The dollar bill was made in honor of his presidency.
The first president to appear on a US circulating coin would be Abraham Lincoln. In 1909 Lincoln replaced Liberty on the Indian Head cent. However, other presidents such as Washington were considered for other coins such as the nickel prior to 1909, but were eventually passed on for other designs.
The first president to appear on a coin was Lincoln on the penny back in 1909. As far as coins including names, that didn't happen until the introduction of the presidential dollar in 2007, starting with Washington.
Lincoln is on the US cent (penny) and $5 bill.
Abraham Lincoln is on the penny (1Â¢) and the $5 bill.
The value of a 1942 one cent Lincoln American coin can vary depending on the mint, the condition, and the rarity of the coin. For an exact value, a person should have the coin graded by a professional.
Abraham Lincoln is on every United States penny. The value of an Abraham Lincoln coin is worth one penny or more depending on the year, rarity, and condition.