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Our want list !

Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Wheat Cent rolls. All coins should be problem free. Below are the following rolls we need at a minimum. We will also be buying from other dealers and finding these rolls at alternate locations, so this list will probably be very dynamic.

Do not immediately think we will purchase all items that are presented.

We reserve the right to choose when and where and what we may offer for particular items. I will be adding and removing items from this list, and I will attempt to put dates on the entries.

We need the following problem free Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Rolls. We do NOT buy circulated rolls, partial rolls, damaged rolls, spotted rolls or problem rolls. Should you have a large quantity of problem free Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Rolls, let us know by emailing us at help@minterrors.org. When we purchase problem free Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Rolls, we consider rolls from 1909 to 1980, focusing on Lincoln Cent rolls from 1940 to 1958.

List of Lincoln Cent Rolls

1943 - D Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll (problem free)

1943 - S Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1944 - S Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1946 - P Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Rolls, (problem free)

1946 - D Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Rolls, (problem free)

1946 - S Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Rolls, (problem free)

1947 - D Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1948 - P Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1948 - S Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1949 - P Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1949 - D Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1949 - S Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1950 - P Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1950 - S Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1951 - P Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1952 - P Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1952 - D Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1952 - S Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1953 - S Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1954 - P Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

1956 - P Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Roll, (problem free)

For the problem free Brilliant Uncirculated Lincoln Cent Rolls. It is best to email us and let us know what you have and what your asking price is. If the price is reasonable amd we would consider purchasing the roll, we then would like to see what you have to offer via photos.  It is best to take extreme care while handling Brilliant uncirculated coins, wearing some white cotton gloves, or washing and drying your hands thoroughly prior to handling them. Handle the coins only by the rims, keeping fingers off the rest of the coin. Place 25 coins with the obverse (front) of the coin in a 5x5 pattern and take a photo of them. Keeping each coin in the same area, carefully flip the coins over and take a photo of the reverse (back) of the coin. Do the same for the remaining 25 coins. These photos should be close enough to get all 25 coins in the photo and with enough lighting to show a decent amount of detail per coin. You can email us these photos at help@minterrors.org . You can call to inform us that you have left us a message, but we'd like to negotiate most of the transactions via email so it is easier to manage.

This coming year will be a replenishment year for us. We do not hold onto coins and ask a demanding price. We also do not take the very first offer presented. We like to "Haggle" with customers, but we are quick to point out that we will try our best to make a deal. We are a business and with that come the bills associated with traveling to shows; travel fees, hotel fees, table fees and eating out. All necessary evils when on the road. We also do not just sell these coins for profit. On a few occasions, we do offer coins to young collectors for free. Our goal is to offer a few amazing offers to the Boy Scouts and/or Girl Scouts who attend a show to achieve their merit badge which is centered around coins and the history of them. In order to do this, we need product that we can afford to part with and still make a modest profit on what is left. Please take this into consideration when presenting your offer. 

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