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Indian Head Cents (1859-1909)

America's most beautiful copper coins

America's 1¢ coins were greatly reduced in size during the 1850s due to the rising cost of copper. After the brief 1856-1858 mintage of the Flying Eagle cent in the new small size, the Indian Head cent debuted in 1859 and was struck for half a century until 1909, when it was replaced by the Lincoln cent. Designed by U.S. Mint Chief Engraver James B. Longacre, the Indian Head cent is widely considered the most attractive copper U.S. coin.

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Indian Head cents debuted just before the start of the Civil War. The historic

Indian Head cent

was issued during America’s Westward Expansion, the Klondike gold rush and the debut of the automobile and airplane. With their depiction of Liberty in a Native American headdress, the classic Indian Head cent has long been considered the most beautiful U.S. bronze coin design.