Flying Eagle cents are among the most treasured of America’s coins, and have been popular since their inception. Typically value mirrors rarity, but not so with the Flying Eagle cent, as its value is much greater than its rarity. The Flying Eagle cent was also America’s first “nickel”. Due to the nickel in the alloy, people referred to the coins as “nickels”, or just “nicks” for short.
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The pricing quoted on this page is based on the current market price for this precious metal, which constantly fluctuates and we continuously update from 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. CT, Monday through Friday.
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You will be charged the market price at the time you lock in your order with us.