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!
Beautiful untoned surfaces with rich luster and very few marks. The strike is very strong and the eye appeal is outstanding!
A pleasing well struck example of this first-year Indian Head Cent.
Blazing bright copper-nickel red luster and a great strike on this beautiful early 'Indian'. The eye appeal is outstanding!
CAC. Pointed Bust. Separate mintage figures are not available for this scarce 'Pointed Bust' versus the regular issue for the date. But a look at the PCGS population report shows that this variety is approximately four times rarer. The present coin is outstanding for the grade with a strong strike and vibrant mint luster with minimal marks.
Well struck and lustrous with fresh copper-nickel tan golden-tan surfaces.
CAC. Incredible blazing mint luster that looks like a freshly minted cent. The strike and surfaces are also outstanding, but it's the color that really makes this beautiful copper-nickel cent!
Extremely well struck with rich lustrous surfaces that are a lovely copper-nickel tan with very slight hues of lime-green and rose. Super eye appeal.
Incredibly flashy with very deep proof fields and nicely frosted design feature. The surfaces are essentially flawless and a tiny splash of ice-blue accents this exceptionally nice copper-nickel proof.
Sharply struck with crisp mint luster.
Lustrous original copper-nickel surfaces and a sharp strike.
Bright copper-nickel red luster and a solid strike with no significant marks.
Well struck with crisp mint luster.
Extremely well struck with all four diamonds sharp. The luster is original and very flashy.
CAC. Incredibly well struck with blazing copper-nickel red luster and outstanding eye appeal.
Well struck with pleasing faded red and light brown surfaces.