You can own 5 consecutively dated Indian Head cents of 1889-1893, all over 120 years old! Many collectors have sets containing coins from the early 1900s, but are missing earlier issues from the 1800s. Here’s your chance to add 5 bronze Indian Head cents from the 1800s to your collection!
During the Civil War, hoarding of the copper-nickel cents led the U.S. Mint to create Indian Heads in a bronze alloy. Mintages for these coins were less than 58 million per year, compared to today’s mintages which are in the billions – yet they remain affordably priced. All were struck at the Philadelphia Mint, the birthplace of American coins. Depicting Liberty with an Indian headdress on the obverse, and an oak wreath and shield on the reverse, these classic cents have long been considered America's most beautiful bronze coins. You’ll also receive a FREE custom folder for both the Flying Eagle and Indian Head cents. But don't wait to get these classics – supplies are limited!
- Year: Mixed Years
- Product Type: Sets
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia
- Presentation: With Folder