The Lincoln cent was the first regular U.S. coin to portray a specific individual and was introduced in 1909 to memorialize the centennial of Lincoln's birth. In 1959 the original reverse design was replaced with the Lincoln Memorial in recognition of the 150th anniversary of Lincoln's birth.
One new Whitman Coin folder #8196 Lincoln Memorial Cents 1999 to 2008, Volume #2. Holds P and D coins. It has 90 coin slots. 21 of the coin slots have the Date, Mint, and number Minted printed below. The other 69 are blank so you can add your own info. Coins are not included.