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The Lincoln Mint
The Lincoln Mint vintage 1 Oz silver bullion rounds

The Lincoln Mint

The Lincoln Mint was incorporated in Delaware in 1971. Throughout the early and mid-1970s, it was a prolific producer of collector sets and bicentennial issues. Branches of the mint were established in Idaho, Illinois, California, Mississippi, Missouri, and Canada. Operations were conducted out of Chicago, IL. Many of the sets were minted in sterling silver, sometimes with gold overlays. Occasionally it also minted those sets in base metals such as copper or brass. Some of the better-known sets with bars or ingots are the American Weapons, Weapons of the World, Old West, and World War II series.

In the early 1970s, the Lincoln Mint produced two sets of rounds, one of which commemorated the life of John F. Kennedy and one celebrating the life of Abraham Lincoln. Each of the sets contained 36 1 Oz .999 rounds depicting various events in the life of JFK and Abraham Lincoln. In addition to these two sets, Lincoln Mint may have produced other 1 Oz stand-alone rounds. Little else is known concerning the history of the company, including the date it ceased operations.


The Lincoln Mint Products

     • The Life of John F. Kennedy 1 Oz rounds (1971)
     • The Life of Abraham Lincoln 1 Oz rounds (1970)
     • Miscellaneous 1 Oz commemorative medals

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