1859 First Year of Issue Indian Head Cent from American Coin Treasures

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1859 First Year of Issue Indian Head Cent from American Coin Treasures. Celebrate the birth of one of America's most popular coins!

The Indian Head Cent, struck from 1859 to 1909, is a favorite among collectors and one of America's most popular coins. Now you can own the first-year-of-issue Indian Head minted over 150 years ago! This handsome coin, designed by James Barton Longacre, is housed in a beautiful blue display box. Includes certificate of authenticity.


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