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!
CAC. Flashy luster and a sharp strike with nice clean surfaces.
Sharply struck with blazing original mint luster. A beautiful example of this first-year 'Indian'.
CAC. Blazing bright copper-nickel luster and a sharp strike with no significant marks or spots. A wonderful example of this first year Indian Head Cent.
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 flashy surfaces and minimal marks.
CAC. Rich honey-tan luster and a sharp strike with nearly mark-free surfaces. Super quality!
CAC. Blazing bright copper-nickel luster and a sharp strike on this beautiful early Gem 'Indian'.
CAC. Well struck with vibrant copper-nickel mint luster.
CAC. Beautiful flashy luster and a sharp strike.
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.
Attractive surfaces with rich copper-nickel tan 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. In an early PCGS holder.
CAC. Fantastic quality with flashy blazing mint luster and stunning contrast between the frosted devices and very deep mirror fields. Just 550 Copper-Nickel proofs minted for the year.
Flashy original mint luster.
Vibrant copper-nickel tan luster and a sharp strike.
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!
Well struck and nearly mark-free with lustrous surfaces that retain a touch of red.
CAC. A beautiful Gem with vibrant orange-red luster blending with glossy shades of brown.
Vibrant luster that's nearly full red.
Sharply struck with flashy proof surfaces and nice copper-nickel tan color. Only 370 proofs minted.
Nice even original copper-nickel surfaces and a sharp strike with deeply mirrored fields and frosted devices. Only 370 minted which is the 3rd lowest in the series behind the 1864 Bronze and the 1864-L.
Well struck with glossy brown surfaces that have a trace of red.
Well struck with pleasing brown surfaces and a light golden hue.
Well struck and free of significant marks with seldom-seen mint red surfaces.
Fancy 5. Lustrous reddish-brown surfaces.
Plain 5. Lovely iridescent mint red and light brown. Very well struck.
Designated 'Brown' by PCGS but there is considerable red on pleasing woodgrain surfaces. The strike is very sharp and there are no spots or significant marks.
CAC. Fancy 5. A gorgeous Premium Gem with very flashy luster that is mostly mint red. The strike is solid and there are no significant marks. Tied for the finest graded at PCGS and a coin with wonderful eye appeal.
Sharp detail and glossy chocolate brown surfaces.
CAC. Very attractive with lustrous light chocolate brown blending with a touch of faded red.
CAC. Beautiful satiny smooth surfaces that are virtually mark-free and show a pleasing blend of faded red and brown with a lavender hue.
Well struck with very nice satiny chocolate-brown surfaces that retain a trace of red.
CAC. Well struck and mark-free with streaks of golden-red blending with soft-brown.
A needle-sharp strike with nicely mirrored surfaces and reddish-gold color. 625 proofs minted and very few have survived with this nice of color.
Sharply struck and nearly mark-free with glossy chocolate-brown surfaces.
CAC. Silky smooth surfaces with shimmering red-brown luster.
CAC. A beautiful well struck Gem with no significant marks. The surfaces are a pleasing blend of mint red and light brown with no carbon and excellent eye appeal.
1867/67. Well detailed with pleasing medium brown surfaces. The doubling is very obvious.
CAC. Pleasing surfaces with a nice even blend of faded red and light brown.
CAC. Glossy iridescent brown with traces of mint red. Very nice for the grade.
A pleasing example of this better date with lots of mint red and a sharp strike.
CAC. Soft brown over a fair amount of subdued red.
CAC. Well struck and free of significant marks or spots. The surfaces retain considerable mint red blending with a soft light brown. The luster is quite vibrant!
CAC. Well struck with lovely even reddish-brown surfaces that show no significant marks.
CAC. Well struck with satiny brown lustrous surfaces that show a touch of original red.
Very sharply struck and devoid of significant marks. The surfaces are an attractive copper-red with a light brown tint.
CAC. Beautiful lustrous surfaces that are nearly mark-free with a nice even blend of faded orange-red and olive-brown.
CAC. Well struck with nearly mark-free surfaces and attractive even red-brown color. A very pleasing example of this scarce date.
Well struck with vibrant mint luster that's mostly red mellowed with an evenly distributed touch of brown. Very attractive.
Well detailed and problem-free.
CAC. Sharply struck with lustrous mostly brown surfaces that retain some mint red.
CAC. Beautiful mirrored proof surfaces and a sharp strike. The surfaces are nearly pristine with evenly blended red-brown luster.
Very sharply struck with deep mirrored surfaces and fiery orange-red luster. None have graded finer at PCGS regardless of color designation.
Open 3. Glossy problem-free surfaces.
CAC. Well struck and free of significant marks with glossy brown surfaces that retain some mint red.
Very sharply struck with lustrous chocolate-brown and mint red surfaces.
CAC. Mostly red with pleasing surfaces that are devoid of significant marks and spots.
CAC. Free of significant marks with rich lustrous chocolate brown surfaces that show a touch of red.
Sharply struck with lustrous iridescent brown surfaces with a lime-green hue.
CAC. Slightly subdued mint red luster with a touch of light brown. Premium quality for the grade!
Beautiful fresh red luster and a great strike with exceptionally nice surfaces. Tied for the finest 'Red' designated coin graded at PCGS or NGC.
Flashy olive-green surfaces with a touch of peripheral red. The strike is needle-sharp and the eye appeal is outstanding.
Orange-red and golden brown surfaces are blanketed with radiant mint luster. The strike is solid and the eye appeal is excellent. A pleasing near-Gem example of this 'key' date.
CAC. Nearly XF detail with pleasing light chocolate brown surfaces.
Beautiful lustrous reddish-brown surfaces that are free of significant marks. The strike is sharp and the MS-64 grade seems conservative.
Sharply struck with deep reflective fields and nice reddish-tan luster.
A great strike with beautiful surfaces and even reddish-brown luster.
Beautiful iridescent golden-red mirrored fields with deeper gold frost on the design. Spot-free with super eye appeal.
Remarkably well preserved with super flashy bright red luster. The strike is very sharp and the fields are deeply mirrored and spot-free. Super quality!
CAC. Mostly red and very flashy.
Beautiful silky smooth surfaces with lavender and red hues blending with pristine chocolate-brown surfaces. Super quality!
CAC. Virtually flawless with beautiful iridescent olive-green and golden-grown surfaces that have a lovely reddish tint. A very pretty proof 'Indian'.
A beautiful mint red proof with deep reflective mirrored fields and a needle-sharp strike.
Well struck with flashy reddish-brown proof surfaces.
Deep mirror surfaces that are an even chocolate brown. Tilt it under a light and neon turquoise magically appears! Sharply stuck and nearly flawless with exceptional eye appeal.
The 6,609 coin mintage was by far the largest proof mintage in the series. This example has highly reflective mirror surfaces with a pleasing blend of orange, red, brown, and lavender. A great choice for a 'type' set.
A stunning Superb Gem with super sharp detail and beautiful deeply reflective mirrored surfaces. A vivid iridescent patina of lavender, blue-green and brown with a small touch of gold blankets this beauty and gives it amazing eye appeal.
Spectacular flashy surfaces that are nearly full red with iridescent shades of ruby-red, golden-red and lavender. Nearly flawless in every respect with fantastic eye appeal!
Sharply struck with flashy deep mirrored fields and a pleasing reddish-tan color.
Flashy reddish-tan luster over nearly flawless proof surfaces.
CAC. Lovely iridescent ruby-red and lavender surfaces.
Very attractive with nice original mint red luster.
CAC. Light brown with iridescent hues of lavender and subdued orange-red. The mirrored surfaces are exceptionally nice.
CAC. Extremely flashy deep mirrored fields and lots of fiery mint red.
A beautiful blend of lavender, red, and brown hues on this exceptionally nice proof 'Indian'.
Beautiful ruby-red luster and frosted devices with highly reflective, mirrored fields. A wonderful proof 'Indian' with outstanding eye appeal.
CAC. Beautiful frosty brown surfaces with a sharp strike and no significant marks or spots.
Lovely subdued red surfaces and a solid strike. Excellent eye appeal!
CAC. Stunning iridescent red luster with a lavender hue and simply amazing 'flash'. Incredible quality!
Flashy surfaces that are nearly full red.
CAC. Sharply struck with rich lustrous brown surfaces that show a trace of red with lavender and lime hues. Very attractive.
CAC. Well struck with silky smooth reddish-brown surfaces that are free of significant marks or spots.
CAC. A sharp strike with flashy proof surfaces. An iridescent blend of golden-red, olive-green, and light brown gives this Gem excellent eye appeal.
Sharply struck with flashy surfaces that are nearly full red.
CAC. Beautiful iridescent hues of lavender and rose enhance virtually perfect chocolate brown surfaces. Incredible quality and outstanding eye appeal.
A needle-sharp strike with beautiful iridescent brown surfaces that show a light lavender hue.
Highly reflective proof surfaces with a pleasing warm reddish-brown color.
Ruby-red, lavender and olive-green/brown.
Well struck with frosty brown luster that has a faint iridescent blue hue and a trace of red.
Beautiful glossy brown surfaces with a reddish tint and a turquoise hue at the rim.
Nice iridescent mirrored brown surfaces with turquoise and ruby hues.
Flashy red and brown surfaces.
Satiny surfaces that are mostly red.
CAC. Rich olive-brown surfaces and a sharp strike.
Well struck with lustrous red and soft brown surfaces.
Super flashy copper-red luster with deep reflective fields and a great strike. Free of significant marks or spots. Amazing quality!
Bright red luster over deeply mirrored surfaces. Impressive for the grade!
Flashy deep mirror surfaces that are mostly red.
CAC. An exceptionally nice proof with flashy ruby-red fields and gorgeous golden-red frost on the design. The strike is needle-sharp and the surfaces are nearly perfect.
Satiny soft brown blending nicely with a fair amount of mint red. The strike is sharp and there are no significant spots or marks.
Rich copper-red surfaces and nicely frosted design features.
Mostly red and very attractive.
Well struck with mint red blending with soft brown.
Well struck with minimal abrasions and beautiful original mint red luster.
Gorgeous blazing mint luster with nearly mark-free surfaces and a bold strike. A coin that must have come very close to getting a 'Red' designation at PCGS!
CAC. Extremely well struck with glossy steel-blue and brown surfaces that show a tinge of red at the rim.
Beautiful bronze-red surfaces and a needle-sharp strike with no noteworthy abrasions.
Beautiful fiery mint red luster and carbon free. The strike is sharp and the eye appeal is outstanding. Only 4 have graded 66+ at PCGS with 3 grading numerically finer at MS-67.
Ruby and orange-red with a touch of lavender and lime on this high quality proof.
CAC. Beautiful glowing orange-red luster and a sharp strike. Outstanding quality and great eye appeal.
A beautiful Premium Gem with original red color, a great strike, and no significant marks.
Flashy mint red luster and a sharp strike.
A nearly flawless Premium Gem with blazing red luster and spectacular clean surfaces.
A flashy red proof with a needle-sharp strike.
Flashy red luster and a sharp strike.
Reddish-brown with turquoise, lavender and gold hues.
Fiery mint red luster!
Nearly full red with beautiful iridescent hues of lime-green and lavender.
Nearly full red.
Beautiful fresh blazing red luster gives this Premium Gem outstanding eye appeal. The strike is razor-sharp and the surfaces are nearly perfect!
Flashy proof surfaces that are nearly full red.
Lovely subdued red surfaces.
Very nearly full red with rich mint luster and a great strike.
An amazing coin with intense blazing red luster and pristine surfaces. The diamonds, feather tips, and reverse shield are all sharply defined. Only 7 have graded numerically higher at PCGS.
Mint red surfaces with an iridescent lavender hue. Old holder.
Nice deep mirrored surfaces with orange-red luster and a light brown tint.
Super quality with a blazing copper-red obverse and iridescent red, lavender and blue on the reverse. The surfaces are exceptionally clean and pleasing.
Rich red luster and a sharp strike with all 4 diamonds and the tips of the feathers fully defined.
Nice flashy full red luster.
Flashy golden-red luster.
Well struck with flashy mint red luster.
Rich honey-red luster.
Flashy blazing red luster on this sharply struck Gem.
Vivid mint luster with lots of mint red.
Very well struck with all four diamonds complete. The surfaces are mostly red and the eye appeal is outstanding.
CAC. Well struck and free of significant abrasions with satiny reddish-brown surfaces. Super eye appeal!
Flashy copper-red luster and a bold strike. Outstanding for the grade.
Well struck with lustrous golden-brown surfaces. The 309,000 coin mintage is the lowest in the series.
CAC. Mostly red blending with a touch of soft brown. The strike is strong with all four diamonds full.
Well struck with vibrant original red-brown surfaces. One of the 'keys' to the series and the date with the lowest mintage at 309,000.
Crisp honey-red luster and a sharp strike with no noteworthy marks.
CAC. A nice even blend of light tan and original mint red. The strike is solid and the surfaces are devoid of significant marks or spots.
Beautiful mint red luster and no significant marks with a solid strike, including 4 sharp diamonds. One of the finest known examples of this scarce date with just a single coin grading numerically finer at PCGS.