1916-D ONE CENT
PCGS Nos: 2489, 2490, 2491
Circulation strikes: 35,956,000
Copper - 95%
Tin and Zinc - 5%
grains (3.11 grams)
(for Denver, CO) below the date
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The finest Brown example graded by PCGS is a single MS-66BN.
The finest Red-Brown examples graded by PCGS are 26 MS-65RB's.
The finest Red examples graded by PCGS are 3 MS-66RD's.
MS-65, Red. Ex - Superior
Galleries' "Pre-Long Beach Sale", October 1-3, 2000, Lot 4131, not
illustrated, sold for $149.50
PCGS MS-65 Red. Ex - Heritage Numismatic Auctions, Inc.'s "Philadelphia
2000 Signature Sale", August 6-7, 2000, Lot 6701, not illustrated, sold
PCGS MS-65 Red. Ex - Heritage Numismatic Auctions, Inc.'s "Long Beach
Signature Sale", May 31-June 2, 2001, Lot 8598, not illustrated, sold for
$1,322.50 From the Mike Hughes Collection
NGC MS-65 Red and Brown. Ex - Bowers & Merena Galleries' "The Cabinet of
Lucien M. LaRiviere, Part II", March 15-17, 2001, Lot 1282 sold for
PCGS MS-65 Red and Brown. Ex - Ira & Larry Goldberg Coin & Collectibles'
"The Fairchild Family Trust Collection Sale", May 28-30, 2001, Lot 332,
not illustrated, sold for $575.00
PCGS graded MS-64 Red. Ex -
Ira & Larry Goldberg Coins & Collectibles, Inc.'s "Benson Collection, Part
I", February 16, 18-20, 2001, lot 1386, illustrated, where it was
described as follows: "…Flashy and bright, with virtually complete
original mint red on both sides. Examination will note a hint of
peripheral toning starting to form. Sharp and original, and perfect for
the date collector.", sold for $920.00
"The PCGS Population Report, October 2003" by
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