Why add this coin to your collection? The 1908-S Indian Head cent went down in the numismatic history books as the first minor denomination to ever be struck outside of Philadelphia when it was output by the San Francisco branch mint. It was also the first time that the S-mintmark would appear on the humble cent. With just 1,115,000 struck, the 1908-S had the third lowest mintage of the series after nearly a half century of production. Our Fine quality Indian Head cent retains well-preserved designs of Liberty proudly wearing a headdress and the beautifully simple shield and oak wreath reverse. This cent is a must-have for any collector!