INDIAN HEAD CENTS **1864L**

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  • Item Category: Coins & Currency
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 04, 2013
  • Channel: Auction House

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INDIAN HEAD CENT

***** 1864 L ******

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CONDITION

CIRCULATED-UNGRADED

RANGING FROM AG TO VG UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED

UNDERSTADING COIN GRADING

AG - No liberty visible

Good - No liberty visible

VG - At least some letters of liberty readable on headband

Fine - Liberty mostly visible

VF - Slight but even wear on liberty

EF - Liberty sharp All other details sharp Only slight wear on ribbon end

AU -Very slight trace of wear above the ear and the lowest curl of hair

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INDIAN HEAD (1859-1909) FACTS

The “Indian Head” design first issued in 1859 is actually a representation of Liberty Wearing an Indian headdress , not an actual Indian. The first year featured a Laurel wreath on reverse. This was changed after to the oak wreath with a small shield. Coins of 1859 and early 1860 show a pointed bust. Those made from late 1860 until 1864 have a more rounded bust. Prior to the issuance of the nickel five-cent Pieces in 1866. These coins were popularly
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