Copper rounds have become immensely popular in recent years as the prices of other precious metal products have skyrocketed. Although the price of copper is also at all-time highs, the diverse offering and low spot price over premium for most copper products makes them an excellent alternative to traditional gold and silver bullion, for both investors and collectors. Now, Copper Round Variety Set Tubes are available on Silver.com.
- Each individual round consists of one AVDP ounce of .999 fine copper.
- Ships to you in tubes containing a total of 20 different, new, rounds.
- Minted at a private facility in the United States.
- Features iconic coin designs from American minting history.
Copper has long been used by human civilization for its ability to withstand a beating and not lose its shape. During the Bronze Age, it was a popular metal used to create armor and weapons, and the vast majority of homes built in the US during the 20th century have copper piping or wires inside.
Today, copper’s high prices have made it an attractive investment product for numismatists. Copper rounds and bars are increasingly available in the marketplace, and bear a variety of designs, including some of the following:
- 1 oz Walking Liberty Copper Round: Adolph A. Weinman’s depiction of Lady Liberty striding toward the sunset first appeared on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar from 1916 to 1947. Today, it is famously used on the obverse of the Silver American Eagle, the nation’s official silver bullion coin.
- 1 oz Indian Head and Buffalo Copper Rounds: Rarely featured together, these two images from James Earle Fraser were popular on the Indian Nickel, created in 1913. Fraser looked to his life growing up on the frontiers of the Midwest to design the nation’s five-cent piece that was in circulation from 1913 to 1938.
- 1 oz Saint-Gaudens Copper Round: Augustus Saint-Gaudens was tasked with redesigning America’s gold coins in 1905 by President Theodore Roosevelt. His first creation was the image of Lady Liberty walking forward from the nation’s capital of Washington DC. His image went on to grace the $20 Gold Double Eagle coin from 1907 to 1933, and is used today on the obverse of the Gold American Eagle, the nation’s official gold bullion product.
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