1793-1857 Large Cent

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1793-1857 Large Cent. Ready to be "deposited" in your collection!

Minted in Philadelphia from 1973 to 1857 (but not in 1815), the Large Cent went through seven design changes during its lifetime. Here, Lady Liberty is front and center on this collector's must-have. Display case and certificate of authenticity included.

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