Classic Head Cent

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Classic Head Cent

A one-cent piece minted by the United States between 1808 and 1814. It was worth 1/100 of one dollar.
References in classic literature ?
At that instant, the moon, inquisitive, perhaps, like D'Artagnan, came from behind a cloud and by her light D'Artagnan recognized the large blue eyes, the golden hair and the classic head of the Duchess de Longueville.
The latter took me back to another classroom more than 40 years ago as tutor Janet had us singing that infant school classic Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes in Welsh - complete with actions, of course.
Tracks like Wish and The Hand That Feeds had the entire venue going insane but it was nothing compared to the mayhem triggered by the classic Head Like A Hole, which has lost none of its power 25 years down the line.
During lulls he creates classic head wear from rounded mounds of felt called hoods, blanks or hat bodies.
Though not for the faint of heart, the 'surreal, exotic, rich'--and quite crazy--world Sonchai inhabits is a classic head trip.
I can still remember now Arkle beating Mill House in 1964 in a classic head to head, Desert Orchid getting up on the line in 1989 and the classic commentary from the voice of racing Peter O'Sullevan: "Dessie has done it.
We watched and videotaped the classic head down, nosing-up-behind-the-doe behavior for several minutes.
There is nothing more simple and human than a classic head shot.
The lice captured in this way proved to be classic head lice, Pong said, "but a little bigger than what we're used to seeing.
The Testa Rossa franchise, emblemized as a simple red sketch of the classic head of a young Roman man, is devised to either fit as an in-store espresso-Italian snack bar, or as a stand-alone establishment.
Lot 43 1813 Classic Head Large Cent MS63 Brown PCGS $49,450
IF ever there was a week which underlines how strong the European Tour has become and how it can no longer be considered an inferior rival of the US Tour, this is it, with the Dubai Desert Classic head and shoulders above the Pebble Beach Pro-Am in terms of quality, writes Steve Palmer.