History, Information, and Value of 1985-D Lincoln Memorial Cent
Value of 1985-D Lincoln Memorial Cent
The 1985-D Lincoln Memorial Cent is common and available in all grades. Most of these coins face up very well and have a pleasing appearance. A large mint mark was used this year to represent the Denver Mint. It is common to see a coin with a sharp strike. There was an error in 1985 that occurred because of a zinc coating bath being contaminated. Because of that, the 1985-D had some coins that were copper plated with 90% copper rather than the normal 100% copper.
The text on the Lincoln one cent coin reads as follows. Obverse: LIBERTY; Date; IN GOD WE TRUST; D (Denver) | Reverse: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; E PLURIBUS UNUM; ONE CENT.
Most Lincoln Memorial $0.01 coins are easily found as circulation coinage. If you are looking to purchase one of these coins, they can typically be found with little difficulty. As always, look for the high grade coins, and if available, try to get a coin that is already certified. Our coin experts are interested in making offers on any coin that is a high Mint State Grade (such as MS67 and higher), or any coin that has a double die variety or other Mint error. If you have one of these coins, please contact us to have the coin appraised. We are rare coin experts and can make you an offer for what your coin is worth. For circulated coins in low grades, you can easily buy or sell a Lincoln penny by visiting your local coin dealer. If you have any more questions about one cent coins, please contact our experts.