Copper bars are popular bullion options for those seeking affordable choices. A soft, malleable, and ductile metal, copper is considered a commodity under most classifications for its use as a popular building material in piping and wiring. It is also a valuable option in diversifying metal holdings. Today, 1 Pound Copper Bars in varied conditions are available to you online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you inside of a shipping box with protective wrapping!
- Offered in varied conditions!
- Comes from numerous mints!
- Consists of One Pound of .999 fine copper.
- On the obverse and reverse are varying design elements.
- Please keep in mind you can get several bars with the same designs and conditions if you purchase multiples.
When you buy copper bullion bars, you will find that these products typically come in one of two forms. Copper loaf bars are produced using traditional processes that include melting the copper down and pouring it into preformed molds to create a stackable, copper bullion products. Minted ingots represent the other option and are highly refined with sharp, defined edges.
All of the 1 Pound Copper Bars in this product listing are available with protective packing materials around the copper bar inside of a shipping box. The copper bars in this product listing come with varying conditions that range from brand-new to those with moderate to heavy signs of wear and tear present on the bars.
Silver.com offers each one of these copper bars to you at random. We select the bars only after your payment has been processed and cannot guarantee the exact bar you will receive. The item you get is dependent upon what is available at the time your payment is processed. If you purchase multiples, please keep in mind the possibility exists that you will receive bars in matching conditions with the same designs and mints of origin.
On the obverse and reverse of these 1 Pound Copper Bars are designs that vary by mint and design series. The copper bars may feature incuse struck designs or engraved 3D reliefs. For example, a minted ingot with engraved designs have 3D visuals that put the elements on the surface of the bar. Copper loaf bars have design elements that are struck into the surface of the bar in a design known as incuse.
Copper is used in more than just building materials. It is also popular as part of metal alloys to create sterling silver for jewelry, certain silver bullion statues, and cupronickel coinage. All modern US coin denominations in 5-cent, 10-cent, and 50-cent values feature cupronickel alloys for greater durability.
Please contact Silver.com with your questions about these copper bars. We are available to you on the phone at 888-989-7223, online using our live chat, and via our email address.