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The Lincoln Cent was introduced in 1909 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of Lincolnís birth. The coinís designer was Victor D. Brenner. The obverse featured a bust of Lincoln based on an earlier bronze plaque, and the reverse featured a pair of wheat ears. In 1959, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Lincolnís birth, the reverse design was changed. It took on its familiar depiction of the Lincoln Memorial designed by Frank Gasparro.
These were issued until 2009, when the Lincoln Cent saw another design change to coincide with the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln's birth.
From 1959 until 2008, the Lincoln Memorial was shown on the reverse of the United States cent. Because the Lincoln Memorial was shown in sufficient detail to discern the statue of Lincoln on the reverse of cent, Abraham Lincoln was at that time the only person to be depicted on both the obverse and reverse of the same United States coin.