United States
Large Cent

First struck in 1793,
the large cent was
coined every year
from 1793 to 1857
(with the exception
of 1815, due to a
shortage of copper).
The Philadelphia Mint
produced all large
cents, which
contained twice the
copper of the half
cent. This made the
coins bulky and
heavy, bigger than
modern-day U.S.
Quarters.

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