Over 150 years old, the Flying Eagle Cent was struck for circulation in 1857 and 1858- The one cent piece was minted of a copper-nickel composition and designed by James Barton Longacre- The obverse displays a flying eagle and the reverse shows a wreath of corn, wheat, cotton and tobacco leaves- The Flying Eagle was too difficult to strike because of the high relief and was replaced in 1859 by the Indian Head Penny- Certificate of Authenticity is included- Genuine US Coin- Coin Over 100 Years Old- Collector
The coin is somewhat aged, but its condition is still quite acceptable for a coin that is over 160 years old. With no damage or uneven wear, this Flying Eagle is ideal for beginners to practice developing F/VF sets before moving on to the XF/AU sets, as well as a perfect canidate anyone with a VF averaged cent set.
1858 U.S. Flying Eagle Penny, One Cent Coin 1858 U.S. Flying Eagle Penny, One Cent Coin Product Code: USPenny150 Our Price: $40 .00 Description FLYING EAGLE PENNY .880 copper, .120 nickle 4.67 grams 19 mm All coined at the Philadelphia Mint
Flying Eagle Cent (1856-1858) Flying Eagle Cent (1856-1858) This is a 1857 FLYING EAGLE CENT VF-20. You may either order this item di... 1857 1C Flying Eagle AU55 NGC 1857 1C AU55 NGC. NGC Census: (120/2384). PCGS Population (187/2827). Min... Ends: 02/03
1858 U.S. Flying Eagle Penny, One Cent Coin USPENNY150 Description FLYING EAGLE PENNY Comp.: .880 copper, .120 nickle Weight: 4.67 grams Dia.: 19 mm Edge : plain Note : All coined at the Philadelphia Mint Related Products...
This 1858 Large Letters Flying Eagle Cent has nice original color with no rim bumps or other distracting problems and thus is a textbook example for grade Very Good-8.? (Stock #01c1858208 Large Letters LZBPAP)
> 1858 Flying Eagle Cent G/VG 1858 Flying Eagle Cent G/VG 1858 Flying Eagle Cent G/VG The grade of Good/Very Good is defined as between Good - Heavily worn. Design and legend are visible, but faint in spots to Very Good - Well worn, Design is clear but flat and lacking details . sku :20 -00 -002735 sku :20 -00 -002733 sku :20 -00 -000025 sku :20 -00 -000027 sku :20 -00 -002749
→ Early Type Flying Eagle Cent 1857-1858 G-VG Early Type Flying Eagle Cent 1857-1858 G -VG Description : The Flying Eagle cent is a one-cent piece struck by the Mint of the United States as a pattern coin in 1856, and for circulation in 1857 and 1858. The coin was designed by Mint Chief Engraver James B. Longacre, with the eagle in flight based on the work of Longacre's predecessor, Christian Gobrecht. By the early 1850s, the large cent (about the size of a half dollar) being issued by the Mint was
> Lot #231 > 1857 Flying Eagle 1c PCGS VF20 - Popular First Year Type Coin First year of issue. Nice type coin. List Price 75.00 Flying Eagle Cents Flying Eagle 1856 -1858 17 ,450 ,000 0 .880 Copper; 0.120 Nickel 4.67g / 0.15oz
- Capital Holder - Flying Eagle & Indian Cents 1857-1909S (60 hole) Capital Holder - Flying Eagle & Indian Cents 1857-1909S (60 hole) SKU: 246321 Model No.: BVD1E Description Capital Plastics offers the largest selection of premium coin holders of any available brand. This holder has 60 holes for the Flying Eagle Cents from 1857 to 1858 and the Indian Head Cents from 1859 to 1909-S. It has two holes each for 1873 and 1886 so that both types can be displayed. It does not include holes for the 1856 Flying
1857-1858 Flying Eagle Cent Set (3 coins) Own a complete set of America’s first small-size 1¢ coins – the scarce Flying Eagle cents. These sought-after coins were struck for circulation just two years, 1857-1858, at the Philadelphia Mint. In their final year, two different varieties were minted: the Large Letters variety with joined “A” and “M” in the word AMERICA , and Small Letters variety with separate “A” and “M”. With this complete set, you’ll own all three coins, presented in a handsome display case.
Impress your friends with this Flying Eagle Cent. This coin is over 150 years old and was designed by James Barton Longacre. This cent, minted of a copper-nickel composition, presents a flying eagle and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
1857-1858 1 Cent Flying Eagle Fine Condition 1857-1858 1 Cent Flying Eagle Fine Condition 1858 0 .01 0 .8800 4 .67 Grams - g 19 MM Get Yours Before They Fly! When the Flying Eagle Cent was released in 1857, more than a thousand people lined up around the Philadelphia Mint to get them. These elusive first U.S. copper-nickel coins are still coveted by collectors for their classic eagle design. Get yours in Fine collector condition now! Date is our choice.
Flying Eagle Cent Flying Eagle Cent Product Code: 1762 Description By 1857 the cost of making copper coins had risen, and both cents and half cents were unpopular and hardly circulated. The half cent was abandoned and a smaller cent, composed of 88% copper and 12% nickel, was introduced. The new coin, struck for just three years (1856-1858), featured a flying eagle originally designed by Christian Gobrecht in place of the traditional Liberty head.
1858 Flying Eagle Cent- VG 1858 Flying Eagle Cent- VG 1858 Flying Eagle Cent- VG 1858 Flying Eagle Cent- VG 1858 Flying Eagle Cent- VG Item #: coin1005flyeag $34 .99 Regular Price $29.99 Special Price An 1858 Flying Eagle cent. This scarce coin is an example of the first design of small cents produced by the U.S. Mint. The flying eagle design was only made from 1856 to 1858, after which it was replaced by the more familiar Indian Head Cent. This example grades in Very Good condition. Only 1 available,
1858 U.S. Flying Eagle Penny, One Cent Coin USPENNY375 Description FLYING EAGLE PENNY Comp.: .880 copper, .120 nickle Weight: 4.67 grams Dia.: 19 mm Edge : plain Note : All coined at the Philadelphia Mint Related Products...
→ 1857 Flying Eagle Copper Cent In Very Fine Condition 1857 Flying Eagle Copper Cent In Very Fine Condition We have an 1857 flying eagle copper cent in very fine condition. Both sides display much details and no distracting marks. This is an excellent item to go for and add to your nice indian head set or as a gift. Price: $79.00
> 1857 Flying Eagle Cent G/VG 1857 Flying Eagle Cent G/VG 1857 Flying Eagle Cent G/VG The 1856 Flying Eagle cent, a pattern, was made to show Congress how the new cent would look. The Flying Eagle was the first small-sized cent coin minted in the US, replacing the earlier large cent. The obverse of the coin depicts an eagle in flight, a unique subject for the obverse of American coins. The reverse of the coin has the words ONE CENT surrounded by a wreath, similar to the reverse on the later Indian Head
- Capital Holder - Flying Eagle & Indian Cents 1856-1909S Capital Holder - Flying Eagle & Indian Cents 1856-1909S SKU: 246311 Model No.: BVD1D Description Capital Plastics offers the largest selection of premium coin holders of any available brand. This holder has 62 holes for the Flying Eagle Cents from 1856 to 1858 and the Indian Head Cents from 1859 to 1909-S. It includes a hole for the 1869/8 overdate and two holes each for 1873 and 1886 so that both types can be displayed. Sized to fit inside a bank