|In my store I sell lots of Indian head cents. And I sell a variety of other things such as: Wheat pennies, Copper pennies, and Copper rounds.|
And a 1853 Dime in around very fine condition, and very nice Steel pennies.
Here are some interesting facts about Indian cents:
There are diamonds on a band that are on the head although they are not diamonds. They just look like diamonds. Most Indian cents have at least a diamond near the head. Because the diamond closest to the head is lower than the rest of the surface of the rest of the penny. The diamonds wear off easily so a Indian with 2 or more diamonds is valuable
Usually if a Indian cent has a liberty it is in fine or more condition. The liberty is on a head band on the head.
If I say bu that means brilliant uncirculated.
A coin that has a D on it means it was minted in Denver, a S means San Francisco, and a P or no mint mark means Philadelphia. The letter is under the date.
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