Check out these Flowing Hair Large Cents for sale that were originally issued from 1796 to 1807. The front shows a bust of Lady Liberty along with a reverse of a ring of chains. Henry Voigt’s design was lambasted by almost everyone for its ugliness and imagery associated with slavery. However, it was the first official coin minted by the U.S. federal government with its own equipment. Early American Copper is some of the most prized coins by collectors. Starting with the Flowing Hair Chain Reverse and followed by the Wreath Reverse, the two 1793 type coins have less than 100,000 combined mintage making them very valuable. Browse through the best deals on Flowing Hair Large Cents for sale below and add some to your collection.