This pattern showing a small flying eagle and the reverse as on the 1859 Indian cent is one of the designs which was part of a 12 piece set sold by the Mint. To view the set, click here.
Examples are known struck from 2 different reverse dies. P245 with the reverse leaves in clusters of 5 and P246 with clusters of 6 leaves as illustrated above. The latter is the rarer of the 2.
To view both reverses, click here.
Because these were sold in sets, it is relatively common.
Photo courtesy of Tim Larson.