Random Circulated Genuine
Indian Head Penny
Layered with 24kt
More than a Century Old
Coin Will Be in
Good to Very Good Condition
Photos are for Reference Only
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The coin recieved will be a random circulated coin from any of the mints and any
of the years made. The photos are for reference only and will not be in the mint condition as these are circulated. They are unsearched as I do not go through any of them. The Indian Head one cent coin, also known as an Indian Penny, was produced by the United States Mint from 1859 to 1909 at the Philadelphia Mint and in
1908 and 1909 at the San Francisco Mint.
The obverse of the coin shows "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,"
the head of Liberty wearing a feather head dress of a native american and the
year of production. The word "LIBERTY" appears on the band of the head dress. From 1859 to 1864 the design did not feature any mark of the designer. When the change to bronze occurred in 1864, Chief Engraver Longacre modified the portrait by sharpening the details. He added his initial "L" on the ribbon behind Liberty's neck as well. This design would continue until the end of the series, with a minor modification by Charles E.