The Two Cent Piece was issued from 1864 to 1873 and was the first coin to feature the motto IN GOD WE TRUST.
All coins were made in Philadelphia with the final year, 1873, being a scarce proof-only issue. The Two Cent Piece was designed by James Longacre and is one of the shortest lived issues of U.S. coinage.
#128183: Large Motto. A beautiful, well struck and highly lustrous coin. Labeled 'Brown' at NGC but there is considerable mint red!
#134311: CAC approved. Well struck and lustrous with lots of red and virtually no marks. Outstanding quality!
#207191: Large Motto. Lots of mint red on this Gem first year Two Cent Piece.
#206065: Large Motto. Considerable mint red on this highly lustrous, nearly mark-free Gem!
#133040: Large Motto. Here's an absolutely stunning full red Two Cent Piece that will enhance the finest date or type collection. One of the finest we've ever offered!
#205922: CAC. Small Motto. Beautiful shades of iridescent blue, gold, and medium brown with a trace of red on this well struck and very attractive rare coin.
#204354: Large Motto. CAC stickered. Frosty mint red luster with just minor specks. This is the most plentiful business strike Two Cent Piece so it's the perfect choice for a type set. Excellent eye appeal and very well struck!
#205744: Fiery mint red luster gives this beautiful, nicely detailed coin fantastic eye appeal.
#207196: CAC approved. A beautiful example of this scarce proof which saw about 600 coins minted. The surfaces display a wonderful deep mirror with lots of mint red blended with iridescent blue-brown. Only a single 'Red-Brown' coin graded higher at NGC.
#207127: CAC approved. Beautiful iridescent brown with a reddish tint on this well struck and deeply mirrored proof.
#202344: Fiery mint red luster with wonderful deep mirror surfaces. Virtually mark-free and void of carbon. A fabulous Two Cent Piece!
#206736: CAC approved. Mostly red with deep mirrored surfaces and a very pleasing appearance.
#138883: CAC. Virtually flawless deep mirror surfaces and nice reddish-brown color. Premium quality for a Proof-64!
#204628: CAC stickered. Beautiful highly reflective surfaces and super mostly red color. Fantastic eye appeal on this premium quality Gem!
#207281: CAC approved. Well struck and spot-free with nice light brown surfaces that have a slight reddish tint. Extremely nice for the grade!
#133662: Lovely light brown with a golden-olive glow. A very attractive example of this better date.
#201293: Only 65,000 business strike with very few survivors in this high of grade. Many times rarer in mint state than proof. This example exhibits chestnut brown color and just a bare trace of red.