United States of America, Native American Head Cent

This coin was issued in America from 1864-1909, the coins on offer are all the later dates and in Very Good condition. This coin was replaced by the Lincoln cent in 1909. Dates will be of our choice, but there are no rare dates represented.
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SKU: FUS8241
£3.50
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