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HODGENVILLE -- When Richard Masters was a Cub Scout in the early 60s, slipping pennies into a little blue collectors’ folder, he didn’t imagine what a cool task awaited him as an adult — designing the first new cent in 50 years.
Masters based his drawing for the tails side of the penny on an 19th Century cabin that sat on Abraham Lincoln’s family farm just south of town.
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