This design showing the regular Flying Eagle obverse with a laurel wreath as used on 1859 Indian cents is one of the designs which was part of a 12 piece set sold by the Mint. To view the set, click here.
This design exists from two different obverse and reverse dies. To view both obverses side by side, click here. To view both reverses, click here.
Flying eagle design with small letters with the reverse with clusters of 5 leaves J191/P233 This is fairly common and is illustrated above.
Flying eagle design with small letters with the reverse with clusters of 6 leaves J191/P234 About a half dozen are known per Pollock although he lists only one.
Flying eagle design with large letters with the reverse with clusters of 5 leaves? J196/P227. Existence is unconfirmed although there is an auction listing in the Judd book.
Photo courtesy of Heritage.