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Copper coins are a truly unique niche that Mint State Gold by Stuppler is proud to offer. Copper coins have such a long, rich history. These coins include such well-known series as the Lincoln Head, Indian Head, and Flying Eagle, just to name a few. These Copper coins are available for the savvy investor looking for coins typically valued under $10,000 each. Many of these Copper coins are third-party certified, in holders. verifying their condition and authenticity. This assures you that these coins are genuine and true for the grade, or your money back. With this kind of guarantee, Mint State Gold is proud to recommend these coins as a smart way to invest in Copper. If you have any questions about adding Copper coins to your investment portfolio please contact a Mint State Gold representative.
Rare Mint Error, Struck 50% Off-Center, Plain 4 Variety, final year of mintage. This 1814 1c Classic Head Large Cent, certified Mint Error Good Details by NGC, is rare and historic. This 200 year old Large Cent is of the Plain 4 variety and was struck off-center by 50%. The mint error is extremely rare for the time period and makes this Classic Head Large Cent even more desirable. This cent is absolutely unique as no off-center strike is exactly the same. This is truly a collector’s item. From an original 1814 Philadelphia mintage of just over 350,000 only a small percentage has survived. This Struck Off-Center Mint Error is even more uncommon and will appeal to error collectors. This cent also has the distinction of being from the Mervis Collection, an impressive pedigree that will have significant meaning to pedigree collectors.
This 1889 Indian Head Cent has been graded PF64 RD by NGC. Creamy, lustrous fields showcase the well-struck devices resulting in a pleasing appearance. This Indian Head displays rich copper-red hues on both the obverse and reverse. A rarity such as this will make a beautiful addition to any collection. There is a large spot on the obverse and several smaller spots on the reverse, as shown in the photos. NGC census shows ONLY 9 have graded PF64, and ONLY 5 have graded PF65 and higher, making this 1889 Indian Cent PF64 a wonderful addition to any collection.
This 1901 1c Indian Head Cent has graded MS65 RD by PCGS. The well-preserved surfaces on this Indian Head display a bright red-copper hue on both the obverse and reverse. This is an amazing rarity that will make a beautiful addition to any collection. This coin has also been CAC certified for its bright luster and incredible detail. With CAC, prices for the solid quality coins are untethered from their lesser quality counterparts. A coin with CAC certification will have significant meaning to collectors and investors, and CAC coins tend to command higher premiums.