1877 Indian Head Penny

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First struck in 1859 the “Indian Head” cent is actually a representation of Liberty wearing an Indian headdress. The reverse presented a wreath for the first year, but changed to the Oak wreath with a small shield afterwards.

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First struck in 1859 the “Indian Head” cent is actually a representation of Liberty wearing an Indian headdress. The reverse presented a wreath for the first year, but changed to the Oak wreath with a small shield afterwards.

Additional information

Origin

USA

Date

1877

Denomination

One Cent

Grade

PCGS VG10


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