1936 1C Satin, RD PR66RD

PCGS#: 3332

Owner's Comments

Expert Comments

Jaime Hernandez: The last time the Mint had produced any proof cents was in 1916 when it struck  the 1916 Matte Proof Lincoln cents. In 1936, the Mint struck Proof Sets for that year and produced the Lincoln Cent in two different finishes. The first Proof cents were struck in a Satin Finish, while the second finsih was struck in a Brilliant format.

The 1936 Proof Cent  with a Satin Finish tends to lack strong Brilliant surfaces compared to the Brilliant Finish which has mirror like surfaces. The 1936 Satin Finish  Proof cent is the scarcer of the two coins and there are probably no more than 600 coins that survive with the Satin Finish.

Diameter: 19.00 millimeters Designer: Victor David Brenner Edge: Plain
Mintage: 5,569 Weight: 3.11 grams Metal Content: 95% Copper, 5% Tin and Zinc

Rarity and Survival Estimates

Grades Survival Estimate Numismatic Rarity Relative Rarity by Type Relative Rarity by Series
All Grades 350 R-6.3 9 / 26 9 / 26
60 or Better 350 R-6.3 9 / 26 9 / 26
65 or Better 180 R-7.2 9 / 26 9 / 26

Condition Census

Pos Grade Thumbnail Pedigree and History
1 PR67RD PCGS grade  
2 PR66RD PCGS grade  
2 PR66RD PCGS grade  
2 PR66RD PCGS grade  
2 PR66RD PCGS grade