They survived the American Civil War…twelve Presidencies from James Buchanan to Theodore Roosevelt…and then they began to disappear from circulation in 1909, the momentous final year they were minted.
Now, more than 100 years later, Danbury Mint has been able to secure some of the remaining Indian Head Pennies. Demand for these pennies is skyrocketing, and their scarcity makes them extremely difficult to collect. That’s why we’ve decided to release our inventory of these classic American coins in a collection of 30 Indian Head Pennies from 1879 to 1909 *, mounted on keepsake Collector Panels.
Each Collector Panel Features:
- Two original Indian Head Pennies, each from a unique year of issue
- Up to five U.S. Native American stamps celebrating the richness and diversity of Native American culture. This important collection includes hard-to-find issues such as the 1990 Indian Headdresses five-stamp strip…the beautiful 1977 Pueblo pottery four-block stamp…and the rarely seen 1931 American Indian cancelled stamp
- Inspiring narrative that brings to life the magnificent and storied past of the proud Native American culture.
What’s more, each subscriber will receive a deluxe Collector’s Album at no additional charge. The album will arrive with clear protective sleeves that house and display your Collector Panels, for easy-viewing.
* The 1885 coin is not included due to extreme scarcity. Depatch will be at the rate of one new Panel every month.