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Term used for copper coins struck before in the pre-Federal period (prior to 1792), half cents, and large cents.
A United States copper coins struck from 1793 to 1857 whose face value was one-cent. During its existence, large cents ranged in size from 23.5 mm in diameter to 29 mm. The size was reduced to 19 mm beginning in 1857.