Indian Head Cents - The second of the U.S. “small cents,” the Indian Head is one of the most popular U.S. coins ever struck. The obverse features Liberty wearing a feathered headdress, while the reverse depicts a wreath encircling the words “one cent.”
Minted between 1859 and 1909, these popular cents came in various metals. In 1859, a copper-nickel cent with a laurel wreath reverse was first minted. It was followed by a copper-nickel oak wreath cent that was minted between 1860 and 1864. During 1864, both copper-nickel and bronze cents were minted. Finally, bronze cents were minted between 1864 and the end of this series in 1909. View more rare pennies here.
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