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1 oz Copper Christmas Tree Rounds

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It just wouldn’t feel like Christmas without a tree to decorate in the home. Believe it or not, recorded human history dates the decorated Christmas tree to at least 1576 in early-modern Germany. Some records suggest Christmas trees were decorated as far back as 1,500 years earlier than that. Whatever its origins, the Christmas tree is now a fixture of the holiday season. Today, 1 oz Copper Christmas Tree Rounds are available to you online at Silver.com.

Round Highlights:

  • Available to ship inside of protective flips, mint tubes of 20 rounds, or boxes of 500 rounds!
  • Great stocking stuffer for the holiday season!
  • Consists of One AVDP ounce of .999 fine copper.
  • The obverse field offers a Christmas tree with gifts and other symbols of the season.
  • On the reverse, snowflakes fall throughout the design field.

The origin of the Christmas tree is a unique one when you consider its close association in the modern era with the Christian religion and the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. While Protestant Christian reformer Martin Luther, for whom Lutheranism is named, is credited with adding the first lighted candles to an evergreen tree at this time of year, the use of evergreens in holiday decorations actually predates Christianity in the Western world and have roots in pagan rituals.

All of the 1 oz Copper Christmas Tree Rounds are in brand-new condition and ship with either individual or bulk packaging options. All copper rounds purchased individually will ship inside of protective plastic flips. Multiples of 20 are available with mint tubes and multiples of 500 are available inside of mint-strapped cardboard boxes.

Each individual round has beautiful visual appeal courtesy of a satin frosted design and polished background fields. This creates a cameo-like appearance for the round, lending strong, frosted visuals to the elements and deeply-mirrored, clear backgrounds.

The obverse side of the 1 oz Copper Christmas Tree Round comes with the image of an evergreen tree in the center. This tree has been decorated in popular fashion with a tree at the top, decorative balls throughout, and a garland running the length of the tree from top to bottom. Wrapped gifts are at the base and there is a candy cane with holly on either side of the design field.

On the reverse face of Copper Christmas Tree Rounds, you will notice a variety of different snowflakes. True to real-life form, no two snowflakes on this side of the round are exactly the same in size, shape, or appearance.

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Additional information

Weight 1.00000 oz

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Brand: Osborne Mint

Brand: Osborne Precious Metals

Condition: New

Mint: Osborne Precious Metals

Copper Content: 1 AVP Ounce

Thickness: 3.3 mm

Diameter: 39 mm

Purity: .999 Fine Copper

Mint Packaging: Increments of 20

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