There’s a new source of American-made copper for stackers looking to buy metals. The affordable alternative to gold, silver, and platinum, copper has proven popular with stackers looking to capitalize on the affordability of copper while prices are low. Right now, 1 oz Copper D’Anconia Rounds are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside individual flips, acrylic tubes of 20, or boxes of 500 rounds!
- All-new copper rounds from D’Anconia Copper!
- Consists of One AVDP ounce of .999 fine copper.
- The obverse features a pick-ax design.
- On the reverse is a US Dollar symbol in the central cog of a gear system.
Each 1 oz Copper D’Anconia Round listed here is a new American-made copper round with a unique design not available in other collections. These rounds are offered to you individually in flips, by multiples of 20 rounds in acrylic tubes, and by multiples of 500 in boxes. The box can hold as many as 25 tubes of 20 rounds each.
Copper has been at the forefront of countless advancements in human civilization. Some 10,000 years ago, copper was the first metal ever worked by human hands. It was the first metal that humans ever smelted from ore, formed into molded shapes, and purposely alloyed with another metal. That latter step led to the Bronze Age, one of the first significant advancements in human technology.
The obverse of Copper D’Anconia Rounds features an image of two pickaxes. These crossed pickaxes have large pick heads and the name of the brand is inscribed beneath the tools. On the reverse side of 1 oz Copper D’Anconia Rounds is an image of a system of gears. To be precise, there are three gears in this system with a large US Dollar symbol in the larger, central gear. The identifying hallmarks of the round feature on this field.
D’Anconia Copper is a newly-founded American producer of copper bars and rounds. Following the American Open Currency Standard’s introduction in 2009, copper rounds became an important source of affordable metals for investors to purchase in large quantities. Although many investors continue to focus on gold and silver, copper’s demand across a range of industries makes it an in-demand metal that most dealers struggle to keep in stock in large volumes.
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