The first copper-nickel Indian Head issue was originally called a nickel because at the time, pennies were the only coins with nickel content used in American commerce. The composition was altered a few years later due to hoarding during the Civil War. The laurel wreath reverse is a unique one-year engraving only found on this coin. Our Good quality circulated in commerce during the Civil War and Frontier era, but retains all major designs.
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As expected, good quality, good price. Keep it up!
For the price, not a bad coin