Indian Head Cents were made from 1859 to 1909 with all coins minted in Philadelphia until the final two years when coins were also made in San Francisco.
James Longacre designed the Indian Head Cent which is actually a representation of Liberty wearing an Indian headdress. Indian Head Cents are one of the most popular of all U.S. coins!
A very sharp strike with flashy original luster.
Well struck with vibrant copper-nickel tan luster.
Super flashy deep mirrored fields and a precise strike. Only 800 of this first year Indian Head Cent minted with this one having excellent eye appeal.
Well struck with vibrant golden-tan luster.
Beautiful bright reddish-tan luster and nearly flawless surfaces. Very well struck with super eye appeal!
Incredibly flashy with very deep proof fields and nicely frosted design features. The surfaces are essentially flawless and a tiny splash of ice-blue accents this exceptionally nice copper-nickel proof.
Bright flashy lustrous surfaces and a great strike.
A sharp strike with nice clean surfaces and satiny rich copper-nickel luster.
CAC. A nice early proof with original copper-nickel tan luster over strong reflective surfaces. The strike is precise and there are no significant marks. Just 550 minted.
CAC. Beautiful cameo contrast with great color and super flashy surfaces. The 64 grade seems a bit stingy!
Vibrant original copper-nickel tan luster and a very strong strike. The surfaces are beautiful and devoid of significant marks or spots.
Well struck with flashy original mint luster and spot-free surfaces.
CAC. Rich satiny mint luster and a sharp strike. An interesting die crack connects both ends of the wreath running thru the shield. Super quality!
Sharply struck with vibrant mint luster that's nearly full red.
Nicely mirrored red-brown surfaces reflect a lovely light rainbow overlay.
Satiny luster and a sharp strike.
Super fresh blazing copper-nickel luster and a sharp strike with fantastic clean surfaces. One of the finest graded at PCGS with just 5 grading finer - 4 @ 66+ and 1 @ 67.