1 oz Copper Indian Head Penny Rounds - Silver.com™
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1 oz Copper Indian Head Penny Rounds (New)

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The United States Penny was once issued with 95% copper in the metallic alloy of the coins. The first coin in this denomination to feature this high amount of copper was the Indian Head Cent, a coin designed and released in 1858 that would remain in circulation until the early 20th century when it was replaced by the current Lincoln Penny. This design is a fitting one to replicate on copper rounds. Today, 1 oz Copper Indian Head Penny Rounds are available to you online at Silver.com.

Round Highlights:

  • Available to ship to you inside protective flips, plastic tubes of 20, or boxes of 500 rounds!
  • Designs reflect the historic US Indian Head Cent!
  • Consists of One AVDP ounce of .999 fine copper.
  • The obverse features the bust of Liberty.
  • On the reverse is the image of the US national shield and a wreath.

In 1858, the United States Mint replaced the Flying Eagle Cent with a design that came to be known as the Indian Head Cent. Though the coin’s name suggests the appearance of an indigenous American figure on the obverse, it was actually a bust of Liberty wearing a feathered headdress. This was a common design concept on American coins of the mid-to-late 19th century.

All of these 1 oz Copper Indian Head Penny Rounds are available to purchase in this listing individually or in bulk. Individual copper rounds come in protective flips. Multiples of 20 rounds will arrive in a plastic tube, while multiples of 500 rounds come in a box. The typical box holds a maximum of 25 individual 20-round tubes.

The obverse of Copper Indian Head Penny Rounds features a depiction of Lady Liberty. Based on James B. Longacre’s 1858 design, this left-profile relief of Liberty shows her figure wearing a feathered headdress. The commemorative markings of the Indian Head Cent appear on this side and include both the nation of issue and a date mark from the era of the Indian Head Cent.

On the reverse side of 1 oz Copper Indian Head Penny Rounds is a replica of Longacre’s original reverse design for the Indian Head Cent. This field includes an inscription of the face value from the Indian Head Cent, as well as an oak wreath with the US national shield at the top. This design is actually the second one from Longacre to feature on the Indian Head Cent. The 1858 design in the series lacked the US national shield and used a laurel wreath instead. It was replaced in 1859 by this design, an image that remained on the original cent until 1909.

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Weight 1.00000 oz

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Brand: Osborne Mint

Mint Mark: Not Shown

Purity: .999

Manufacturer: Osborne Precious Metals

Diameter: 39 mm

Inner Pack: 20

Outer Pack: 500

Condition: New

Edge Design: Reeded

Packaging Type: Plastic Flip

Weight: 1 AVDP Ounce

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