Two-Cent Piece

Two-Cent Piece

A coin minted in the United States between 1864 and 1873 worth 1/50 of one dollar.
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The two-cent piece bearing "In God We Trust" circulated only from 1864 until 1873, but other coins soon followed with the same inscription without incident.
Among the first items to be listed online are: a men's stainless steel Rolex watch, bidding starting at $500; a ladies' Gucci watch, bidding starting at $125; a diamond tennis bracelet, bidding starting at $125; a pearl necklace, bidding starting at $150, and an 1868 two-cent piece, bidding starting at $5.
The two-cent piece circulated from 1864 to 1873 was the first U.
The guide covers two-cent pieces to silver certificates, and includes a good list of annotated numismatic resources and references.