Flying Eagle Cents were struck in Philadelphia from 1856 to 1858. 1856 dated coins were patterns issued to show Congress what the new small cents would look like.
It is estimated that 1500 to 2500 pieces were issued in 1856, most being proof examples. The Flying Eagle Cent series also has an overdate, 1858/7, and two letter variations for the 1858 dated Flying Eagle Cent.
A pleasing lightly circulated Proof with strong detail and problem-free light brown surfaces.
A needle-sharp strike with light copper-nickel tan proof surfaces. In an early green label holder. Outstanding for the grade!
Sharply struck with even spot-free tan surfaces. Nearly mark-free and outstanding for the grade.
Well struck with pleasing lustrous brown surfaces.
Well struck with crisp copper-nickel tan luster.
Well struck with nice original copper-tan surfaces.
CAC. Very sharply struck with pleasing copper-nickel tan surfaces. Exceptionally nice for the grade.
CAC. A spectacular Flying Eagle Cent with a needle-sharp strike, gorgeous surfaces and intense copper-nickel tan mint luster.
Outstanding quality with a solid strike and wonderfully vibrant copper-nickel 'red' luster. Great surfaces that are nearly mark-free!
Well struck with vibrant mint luster and attractive original copper-nickel tan surfaces.