U.S. Coin Values: Indian Head Pennies.
About 1860-1864 Indian Head 1c Copper Nickel
The Type 2 Indian Cents last from 1860 through 1864 and are made from a copper-nickel composite. High mintage issues were struck during the Civil War making them common but very desirable in high-end gem condition. Just the reverse is different for this type as the obverse remains the same throughout the series.
Obverse: A portrait bearing the likeness of a Native American in full headdress framed by the words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA around the periphery. The date is centered at the bottom under the portrait.
Reverse: The reverse bears the denomination of ONE CENT in the center surrounded by a wreath bearing a ribbon with arrows tied in at the bottom center.
|Denomination:||1c / Cent|
|Coinage Type:||Indian Head, Shield Reverse (Copper Nickel)|
|Composition:||0.880 Copper; 0.120 Nickel|
|Variety 2:||Copper Nickel|
|Designer:||James B. Longacre|
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