1914 LINCOLN 1C PR67+ Red

Grading Service: PCGS
SKU: 143721
Cert Number: 46780421
Bring This Coin to Life
In 1914, amidst a backdrop of significant historical events, music and innovation also made their mark. ""Cohen on the Telephone"" by Joe Hayman emerged as the most popular song of the year, capturing the spirit of the time with its catchy tunes and humorous lyrics. This song not only entertained audiences but also reflected the cultural trends and preferences of the era. On August 5, another milestone was achieved with the installation of the first electric traffic light in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States. This technological advancement revolutionized urban traffic control, enhancing road safety and efficiency. Furthermore, on August 15, the grand opening of the Panama Canal took place, marking a monumental achievement in engineering. The canal's completion connected the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, providing a crucial shortcut for maritime trade and travel. This feat not only transformed global transportation by significantly reducing travel time for ships but also had profound economic implications by facilitating smoother trade routes between continents. The Panama Canal's inauguration symbolized human ingenuity and determination, showcasing how innovation can reshape the world's geography and enhance international commerce.
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