1826 Half Cent MS64
On the obverse side of the Classic Head Half Cent, the image of Lady Liberty is depicted in the center. Lady Liberty is facing to the left and is wearing a band on her head. Within the band there is an inscription which reads “Liberty.” Finally, to the left and right sides of the central image you will notice a total of 13 stars, representative of the 13 original colonies of the United States. Finally, the 1826 year of minting will be inscribed on the bottom half of the coin. On the coin’s reverse, the center of the coin is marked by the “Half Cent” face value. Surrounding the central face value inscription is an ornate wreath that features an incredible amount of detail. The wreath it tied together with a bow. Around the outside of the wreath you will notice another inscription, this one reading “United States of America.” On the very outer edges of both the obverse and reverse sides of the coin, you will notice there are notches that give the coin some added texture.