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U.S. Indian Head Cents (1859-1909)

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U.S. Indian Head Cents (1859-1909)

1859 Indian Cent
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$63.00 $65.00

1859 Indian Cent
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$73.00 $75.00

1859 Indian Cent
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$53.00 $54.00

1859 Indian Cent
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$37.00 $38.00

1859 Indian Cent
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$27.00 $27.00

1859 Indian Cent
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$53.00 $54.00

1859 Indian Cent
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$21.00 $22.00

1859 Indian Cent - Cleaned
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$79.00 $81.00

1860 Indian Cent
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$37.00 $38.00

1860 Indian Cent
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$32.00 $33.00

1860 Indian Cent
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$30.00 $30.00

1860 Indian Cent
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$38.00 $39.00

1860 Indian Cent
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$53.00 $54.00

1860 Indian Cent
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$63.00 $65.00

1860 Indian Cent
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$42.00 $43.00

1860 Indian Cent
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$115.00 $118.00

1860 Indian Cent
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$42.00 $43.00

1860 Indian Cent
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$42.00 $43.00

1860 Indian Cent - Pointed Bust
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$53.00 $54.00

1860 Indian Cent - Pointed Bust
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$27.00 $27.00


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Learn More About U.S. Indian Head Cents (1859-1909)

 

The Indian Head penny has long been a popular coin among coin collectors due to the historical significance of its era. The 1864-L, 1877, 1908-S, and 1909-S represent some of the most sought-after years by collectors. The Indian Head was the replacement penny for the Flying Eagle, which was only struck from 1856-1858 due to design flaws. Like the Flying Eagle, the Indian Head was designed by James Longacre, a chief engraver of the U.S. Mint. The Indian Head penny features an Indian head that faces to the left wearing a feather bonnet. The coin’s reverse side shows “ONE CENT” with a laurel wreath. The wreath was changed slightly in 1860 to include three arrows and a shield of the United States. According to the U.S. Department of the Treasury, over 1.8 billion Indian Cent pieces were minted. The composition of these coins evolved from 88% copper 12% nickel (1859-1864) to 95% copper 5% tin and zinc (1864-1909). 


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