The Indian Head penny holds an important place in U.S. coin history. As the first long-lived small cent, the coin's conveniently compact size and "quintessentially American" design ensured its enduring popularity.
Struck from 1859 through 1909, the Indian Head cent became an emblem of westward expansion. The newest rendition of the penny portrayed Liberty wearing a feathered headdress — unique for the period when virtually all other U.S. coin engravings featured a traditional image of the nation's symbol of freedom.
Introduced more than 160 years ago, these American treasures are getting tougher to find in collectible condition. Our affordable trio includes three different dates of our choice in Good or better quality. Get yours now before they disappear from view!