2009 Satin Finish Lincoln Cents with Low Mintages?
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Old Pueblo   
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Any comments on the Jaime Hernandez article?

 

What is the total mintage for the SMS Bronze Lincoln series?

 

 

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Coindude   
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It's an interesting way to look at a modern "rarity". Yea, sure, the mintage is low. But all, or close to all will be saved as mint state. Is that going to make this rare? I think not.

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Schatzy   
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They went on sale on Oct 1, 2009 and ended at June 15, 2010.

So in 9.5 months they only sold 771,204. Lack of interest!! hm

Yes they have a low mintage but I don't think they will ever carry a premium

since they are all in unc sets. They are only selling for about $8 over us mint price.

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cpm9ball   
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They went on sale on Oct 1, 2009 and ended at June 15, 2010.

So in 9.5 months they only sold 771,204. Lack of interest!! hm

Yes they have a low mintage but I don't think they will ever carry a premium

since they are all in unc sets. They are only selling for about $8 over us mint price.

 

2009-P SMS 1c NGC MS68 BZ (No RD) POP: 361,793/409,411

 

Chris :devil:

 

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TomB   
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I think the 2009 US Mint set has good longterm potential.

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