The 1909 First-Year-of-Issue Lincoln Wheat-Ear Penny is now well over 100 years old. The Lincoln Wheat-Ear Penny is the first U.S. minted coin to honor an American President. The Lincoln Cent obverse was designed by Victor D. Brenner.
The first cent, to have the motto In God We Trust, is the focus of the black wood pocket knife. The 3.75 inch stainless steel bladed knife is the perfect gift for an outdoorsman, coin collector or Mr. Fix It with the Engravable plate suitable for monogramming. The knife with alloy antiqued handle measures 8.5 inches long by 1.13 inches wide. It easily fits into a pocket and is 4.75 inches when folded closed.
The pocket knife comes in a blue pouch and includes a Certificate of Authenticity. Mint marks and years will vary.
8 1/2" x 1 1/8" x 5/8" - wood, stainless steel, alloy, coin