The Indian Head penny was struck from 1859 to 1909. This collection includes one coins from the 19th Century and one coin from the 20th Century.
The front of the coin depicts Lady Liberty dressed as an Indian princess. The word 'Liberty' in inscribed in the headband of her war bonnet. According to legend, the portrait was based on a sketch made by Longacre, the designer of the coin, of his daughter, Sarah, wearing an Indian headdress. The reverse shows an oak wreath and the union shield surrounding the denomination. Oak is a symbol of strength and civic glory, while the Union Shield indicates the strength of the nation.
Collection includes a free Buffalo Nickel and is presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.