|The value||1 цент|
|Description||200 лет со дня рождения Авраама Линкольна|
The album is for a set of 5 adenozinovyh coins USA 2009 and 2016"Life Of Lincoln"
The coinage act 2005, approved by the President, claimed the change of the reverse design of the cent coin in 2009 in honor of the 200th birthday of Lincoln. Approved the release of 4 types of coins, which symbolically portrayed the major periods of Lincoln's life — his childhood and youth in the States of Kentucky and Indiana, professional career as a lawyer in Springfield and the presidency. September 22, 2008 at the Lincoln memorial was formally presented drawings with new images.
- Birth and childhood in Kentucky. The coin depicts a hut in which Lincoln was born. The design was developed by the engraver Richard Masters and sculpted by Jim Licorice
- Years in Indiana. In the early years of the future President worked in a variety of ways — in the mail, a logger, a surveyor and a boatman. The coin depicts Lincoln reading in between work book. Designed by Charles Vickers. Introduced may 14, 2009.
- Work in Illinois. Young lawyer Lincoln made a speech on the background the Capitol building in Springfield. The design made by the engraver Joel Itkovice and sculptor Don Everhart. Put into circulation on August 13, 2009.
- The period of the presidency. Depicts the unfinished Capitol. At Lincoln, wishing to emphasize the unity of the nation, the Capitol was completed during the Civil war between North and South. The design prepared by Susan gamble engraver and sculptor Joseph Menna. The coin is introduced on 12 November 2009.
- Penny with a shield (introduced in 2010). According to the presidential coin act of 2010, a one-cent coin was to contain "the image, symbolizing the saving Lincoln USA as a single and United state". April 16, 2009, the Commission on fine arts proposed design, containing 13 bundles of wheat, tied together as a symbol of American unity. Option was rejected as it resembled German coin 1920-ies. The result was the adopted design, which is modern coins. The new coin was officially presented and put into circulation next to the presidential library in his hometown of Lincoln, Springfield, 11 February 2010.