Two Cent Copper (Extremely Fine)

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The Two Cent Pieces were only struck between 1864 to 1873 making them one of the shortest-lived issues of United States coinage.  After the Civil War, the coin shortage in our Nation prompted the Mint to produce several new coins and different compositions.  The Two Cent Pieces are struck from the same stock as their One Cent counterparts (copper and tin) but are 4 mm larger.  Over 144 years old, these are some amazing collectible coins!  Order now!


*Dates our choice. The coin for this offer will be in Extra-Fine condition. *The coin pictured is used strictly to show the design and does not represent the condition of the coin offered here.