Believe it or not, the Indian Head Penny was called a "Nickel" or a "Nick" until 1866, when the true 5 cent Nickel was issued. After 1866, these pieces were referred to as "white cents" due to their color variations. Indian Head Cents have much lower mintages than the Lincoln Penny, making them much more difficult to find in quantity! Finding pieces that have full dates and are not corroded is not easy, so take advantage of these nice pieces while we have them! Each roll contains (50) circulated Indian Head Cents with a nice assortment of dates!