Sometimes overlooked as merely a commodity when compared to gold, silver, and platinum, copper is actually coveted by segments of the precious metals market. Copper bullion bars and rounds are more common than you may realize and offer an extremely affordable option for those looking to invest in a diverse range of metals. Right now, 5 oz Copper Rounds with varied conditions are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in an individual plastic flip!
- Available in varied conditions!
- Offered from various mints!
- Consists of Five AVDP ounces of .999 fine copper.
- The obverse and reverse face of the rounds have varying designs by mint of origin.
- Please remember you may receive matching designs, conditions, and mints of origin when buying more than one.
Each of the 5 oz Copper Rounds available to you through this Silver.com listing comes inside of individual plastic flips. This type of listing is random in nature. The copper rounds are guaranteed to feature 5 ounces of .999 fine copper, but the condition, design, and mint of origin for the copper round you receive are left up to chance.
Silver.com has 5 oz Copper Rounds available in varied conditions that include brand-new, those with light wear and tear, and others that can feature moderate to heavy damage. We cannot guarantee the specific design and condition of the copper round you receive. All items are picked for shipping once your payment is processed and based on the availability of 5 oz copper at that moment. If you buy more than one, please note you could receive several with the same designs, conditions, and mints of origin.
The obverse and reverse design elements of these 5 oz Copper Rounds will vary based on the product lineup the specimens were issued in and the mint that produced the rounds. One such example of 5 oz Copper Rounds recently produced are the Aztec Calendar Rounds. These 5 oz copper specimens come with an intricate recreation of the Aztec sun stone on the reverse field and a left-profile bust of Cuauhtemoc, the final ruler of the Aztec Empire, on the obverse field. Please keep in mind this is just an example and not a guarantee of the item you will receive.
Copper is technically classified as a commodity-based on its widespread use in various industries. For example, most homes and businesses in America have copper water pipes snaking throughout the house to provide hot and cold water to taps. Copper is also popularly used in electrical wiring.
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