DescriptionFive-Piece Steel Cent and Related Items Lot. Housed in a black leatherette holder. This lot includes lightly circulated examples of the 1943, 1943-D, and 1943-S issues, as well as an unstruck Type I steel cent planchet and a rectangular piece of leftover steel cent planchet strip (or "webbing") that contains 15 complete holes and five partial holes. An interesting group.
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