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Final year of the series
Designer - Engraver: James B Longacre
Metal Composition: 88% Copper - 12% Nickel
Minted at: Philadelphia
Mass / Weight: 4.67 grams
Complete run from 1900 to and including 1909. All coins are full, readable dates. No junk, no holes, no grime. Just good coins. You will receive 10 coins from 1909 to 1909, the final year of the series, this classic Indian Head cent is a "must" for any collector! The Indian Head cent is considered by many to be the most beautiful bronze U.S. coin. Designed by James B. Longacre, the obverse features Liberty in a Native American headdress. Reverse of coin depicts oak wreath and shield. Replaced by the Lincoln cent in 1909, the classic Indian Head cent is seldom seen today. So don`t wait. Act now to add this important last-year-of-issue Indian Head cent to your collection. Coins have full, readable dates. No holes, grime or scratches.
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