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!
Well struck and nearly mark-free with original lustrous surfaces.
Sharply struck with reflective fields and flashy copper-nickel tan brilliance.
Well struck with rich lustrous surfaces and excellent eye appeal.
Full radiant copper-tan mint luster with subtle violet-green hue and no spotting or significant abrasions. The strike is very bold and the overall eye appeal is outstanding.
Flashy copper-nickel luster with a faint multi-color patina. A pleasing example of this scarce early proof.
CAC. Sharply struck with highly reflective golden-red surfaces.
Lustrous copper-nickel red surfaces and a solid strike with no significant marks.
CAC. Incredible quality with intense copper-nickel red luster off highly reflective and nearly pristine surfaces. The strike is needle-sharp and the eye appeal is amazing!
Sharply struck with rich lustrous surfaces that are devoid of noteworthy marks or spots.
CAC. Very attractive with original surfaces that are nearly mark-free and display vibrant mint luster.
Sharply struck with vibrant orange-red and medium brown surfaces. Devoid of marks and spots!
CAC. 1867/67. A popular variety with the date repunched at an angle so that the right end (the 7) is higher and easily seen. This is a well struck example with no spots or significant marks and a nice blend of soft brown and mint red.