US Half Cent (Classic Head) 1809 to 1836
The US issued several different styles of half cents all the way up to 1857. This one is called the 'Classic Head' type with Miss Liberty's hair down in curls. Another type, called 'Braided Hair' or 'Coronet,' appears at this CoinQuest link.
Coin: 6681 , Genre: United States
Requested by: Chance H, Sat, 29-Jan-2011 01:16:49 GMT
Answered by: Chris, Thu, 10-Oct-2013 02:07:54 GMT
Reviewed by Chris, appraisal OK, Thu, 10-Oct-2013 02:07:54 GMT
Requester description: 1835 On the front is a lady facing left With hair down to her shoulders and a head band that says 'Liberty'. 7 stars are to her left with 6 to her right. On the back it reads 'Half Cent' Surrounded by a wreath with a Ribbon tied at the bottom. Around the edge of the coin reads 'United States Of America'.
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