Unique Coins of World War Two Set

WWII Silver Nickels + FREE 1943 Lincoln Penny

Today, you have the chance to secure three precious metal Nickel coins struck during World War II - alongside a FREE 1943 Lincoln Penny. 

To aid the war effort and increase the production of military vehicles, the U.S. government eliminated nickel from their Jefferson coins.

For just three years between 1924-1945, Jefferson Nickels contained precious metal instead - 35% Silver to be precise. 

Issued at the Philadelphia, San Francisco, or Denver Mint, these coins carried a large ‘P’, ‘S’, or ‘D’ mintmark to distinguish them from standard pre-war Nickels.

Also included as a free gift in your collection is the 1943 Lincoln Penny, known as the 'wartime cent'. It was also the only one in U.S. history to be struck from steel, in order to preserve copper during WWII.

Here’s why you need the Unique Coins of WWII Collection for yourself:

  • This set features three unique WWII Nickels - struck from 35% Silver
  • The 1942-1945 Nickels are the only Silver Nickels ever produced in U.S. history
  • The one-year-only 1943 Lincoln Penny is the only one in U.S. history to be struck from steel
  • Due to their scarcity, these coins are consistently sought-after and rarely appear on the secondary market

In fact, only 150 are available for UK collectors.

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Order Ref 185/350A/0


  • Country of Issue: USA
  • Year of Issue: 1924-1945
  • Coin Diameter: 20.5mm
  • Coin Weight: 5g
  • Metal: 35% silver, 9% manganese, and 56% copper

Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
The Westminster Collection does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.

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