The winter months in the Northern Hemisphere deliver cold temperatures and, for most, wave after wave of snowfall. That snowfall doesn’t have to be a bad thing either if you look beyond the shoveling and slow drives to the fun that can be had in the snow. One of the greatest winter pastimes for adults and children alike is building a snowman. This icon of the winter appears on a copper round for the holiday season from Osborne Mint. Right now, 1 oz Copper Let It Snow Rounds are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships inside of protective flips, tubes of 20 rounds, or boxes of 500 rounds!
- Perfect gift or stocking stuffer for the holiday season!
- Consists of One AVDP ounce of .999 fine copper.
- On the obverse side, a snowman has been constructed on a snowy day.
- The reverse features a variety of snowflakes falling down.
Each 1 oz Copper Let It Snow Round available to you here today at Silver.com is in brand-new condition. The rounds are produced by the Osborne Mint with .999 fine copper from America. The rounds are packaged individually inside of protective flips, in multiples of 20 with protective tubes, or in multiples of 500 with a mint-strapped cardboard box.
The copper rounds in this series have a satin frost and carefully polished background fields. These combined effects create a cameo-like appearance for the finished product. This means that the rounds have strong, frosted design elements that overlay deeply-mirrored, clear background fields.
On the obverse side of each 1 oz Copper Let It Snow Round is the image of a snowman. Built in the traditional style with three balls of snow for the base, torso, and head, the snowman has a smile on his face with a top hat, scarf, sticks for arms, coal for buttons on his torso, and a carrot nose. The background is cluttered with snow on the fir trees and mountain peaks as the inscription of “Let It Snow” is featured above.
The reverse face of Copper Let It Snow Rounds includes a common design used on all Christmas-themed copper rounds from the Osborne Mint. Here, a variety of snowflakes in all manner of styles, shapes, and sizes fall across the field. Inscriptions include “.999 Fine Copper” along the top of the design field and “One AVDP Ounce” below.
The Osborne Mint is the oldest continuously operating private mint in the United States. Founded in 1835, it is located in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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