The visually stunning 1 oz trade dollar copper round gets its design from the 1873 United States trade dollar. If you are looking to add copper bullion rounds to your portfolio, this beautiful design along with this round’s symbolic nature are sure to please. These rounds are great for stacking and can be easily stored.
- Contains 1 avoirdupois ounce of .999 fine copper
- Beautiful design
- Brand new condition
- Privately minted
- Stackable and easy to store
The 1 oz trade dollar copper round owes its design to William Barber. The design was conceived by Barber in 1873 for the United States trade dollar, which was produced from 1873 to 1883. The design features a seated woman holding an olive branch in hand, extended towards Asian counterparts in trade. Her other hand is holding a scroll that says “LIBERTY.” The design also features the inscription “IN GOD WE TRUST.”
The round’s reverse features a pair of eagle’s wings spread out with the American flag above and a scroll below. The reverse also features several inscriptions including: COPPER .999 FINE and ONE AVDP OUNCE.” These rounds have a number of stars around their perimeter on both the obverse and reverse and also feature a detailed edge.
Copper bullion has become increasingly popular among collectors and investors. With its widespread scope of use, copper prices could potentially rise in value. Copper is bought by both collectors and investors and could potentially be used as a means of diversifying a metals portfolio.
These copper bullion rounds are in brand new condition and are available as single rounds or in their original tubes of 20 rounds. In addition to their collectable and investment value, these copper rounds can also make a great gift.
For any questions regarding these copper rounds, please feel free to contact our representatives at 1-888-989-7223. We encourage you to consider adding these copper rounds to your holdings or collection. You can also conveniently browse and compare other copper bullion bars and rounds by visiting our copper bullion section.