(1943) steel cent planchet strip measuring 3.75 X 5.75 inches. The strip is the leftovers from the blanking process, which the planchets having been punched out of this strip of steel metal. Much of it had been somewhat abused, being exposed to the outdoors, etc, and so virtually all of it has some corrosion or rust. Despite being "cleaned", it is more desirable than the very rusty pieces typically found for sale.
A very neat item, and historic in nature with it's connection to the war time 1943 steel cents, and also being the only year Lincoln cents were struck in steel. At Sullivan Numismatics we specialize exclusively in major mint errors, and maintain an inventory of well over 1000 error coins. We are members of CONECA, ANA, FUN and are both PCGS and NGC authorized dealers. The item "(1943) 1c Lincoln Steel Cent Planchet Web Strip 3.75'' X 5.75'" is in sale since Wednesday, April 11, 2018. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Errors".
The seller is "sullivannumismatics" and is located in Charleston, South Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.