Penny Portrait of Abe Lincoln


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1943 Steel Penny

In 1943, for one year only, the U.S. Mint produced pennies out of steel to save copper for the war effort. Act now and own a unique piece of U.S. History with each Penny Portrait!


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Abe Lincoln Portrait out of Pennies   Portrait of Abe Lincoln out of Pennies

Reed Banks

Reese Banks putting the final penny on his portrait


Attached is a photo of our granddaughter Lili with the completed poster of Abe Lincoln. It was a family affair and great fun. Grandpa and grandma polished many of the pennies. Lili and her brother Aidan sorted the pennies. Lili and Grandma pasted the pennies to the poster. It was great fun!


Daniel Stowell, Director of the Papers of Abraham Lincoln project, showing his creation which hangs prominently in his office at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, IL.


My Second grade class worked very hard on this. We are from Naples Florida, at Corkscrew Elementary. What a fun time we had!!
- Mrs. Dupes

Dylan - Valparaiso, IN

Dylan - Valparaiso, IN

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Jordan - Round Lake, IL

Charley Trapp Age 12, Fishers, Indiana

Charley Trapp Age 12, Fishers, Indiana

4th Grade Class with Completed Portrait

Mrs. Cole's 4th Grade Class - St. Bernadette's - Omaha, NE


Bobby - St. Simons Island, Ga.


We wanted something special for our office and this was worth every penny!

Chris and Ashley Schott Saint Louis, MO


Bob Rosetta

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Doug Richardson - Illinois
"Lincoln has always been a fascinating figure to me, I have read and studied his life throughout my own life and love having this unusual portrait of him in my office."

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