Mint Treasures offers some of the most collectible United States minted small cents ever produced. The United States minted the most popular collector coin starting in 1856 with the Flying Eagle Cent. This coin was strongly received among the general population and had one of the shortest production runs in the history of the mint at just two years of normal business strike production ending in 1858. The following year the 1859 Copper Nickel Indian Head Cent was released. While some small changes in composition, weight, and design would change, the coin remained in production until late 1909. The 1908 and 1909 Indian Head Cent were the only two years this coin was minted in San Francisco bearing an "S" on the reverse of the coin. The 1908-S and 1909-S are some of the key coins in the series. In 1909 came the Lincoln Wheat Cent. This coin was produced all the way until 1958, in which the reverse was changed to the reverse depicting the Lincoln Memorial. This design lasted until 2008. United States minted small cents have been in circulation for over 150 years.