Anyway I work overnights and on this particular night not only were we very busy but we had a sick call as well. So my usual 9-5 instead became a 9-9. The silver lining (aside from the extra doe in my paycheck) was that Taco Bell would be open by that time of the morning. So I stop by for some tacos and a cheesy Fiesta potato.. good stuff! Pay with cash per the usual and upon receiving my change I immediately notice the reverse of a wheat cent! Based on the condition my assumption was that it was a fairly common date.. 40s or 50s. I happened to miss a little something something on the very bottom of the coin Anyway I flip it over and... 1909! Upon seeing the date I flip it back over and.. Sure enough it was a 1909 VDB! Forgive me for my crappy camera, but I assure you, there is a VDB down there. Comparing the condition of this coin to others I've found in that date range such as my second oldest Lincoln cent find.. makes me think that the 09 VDB had been tucked away in a collection for a good many years before being sucked into the wheat cent black hole that is my personal orbit. I'm still missing most of the early dates in my Wheat cent folder but every time I crack it open and see that very first slot filled it brings a slight smile to my face So if there's a moral to the story, it's one that every member of this forum is already well aware of.. ALWAYS check your pocket change! Anyone else care to share their best circulation Lincoln cent finds have at it. I'd love to see them!