This refers to the U.S. one-cent piece between 1859 and 1909, when the "heads" side featured a Native American profile with feather head dress. It was also known as an "Indian Penny." In 1909 it was replaced with the familiar profile of President Abraham Lincoln with the Lincoln Memorial on the "tails" side.
The first year, the "tails" side of the Indian cent carried only "One Cent" inside an olive wreath. After that, with only minor modifications, it showed "One Cent" inside a wreath of oak and olive tied at their stems with a ribbon, and a Federal shield carrying a stars-and-stripes pattern at the top.