This bronze Indian Head cent is sure to be prized by anyone who loves old U.S. coins! Struck well over a century ago, its obverse depicts Liberty in a Native American headdress. Reverse of coin features oak wreath and shield. In 1892, the U.S. Mint struck its first commemorative coin - the Columbian Exposition half dollar. That same year, the federal immigration office at Ellis Island opened and Abraham Lincoln`s birthday was declared a national holiday. Recall these historic events with this classic Indian Head cent!
- Product Type: Single Products
- Year: 1892
- Material: Bronze
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia