Copper rounds are gaining in popularity among precious metal collectors and investors. Compared to gold and silver products, copper rounds are much more affordable for the average investor. The variety of available designs helps boost the popularity of copper products among collectors, as well.
The Incuse Indian design first appeared in 1908 on US gold coins with denominations of $2.50 and $5.00. The design was the first every from the United States Mint to feature a sunken, or incuse, striking of images on the coin’s obverse and reverse faces.
Arrives in an individual slab.
Contains 1 AVDP ounce of .999 pure copper.
Design inspired by the famous Incuse Indian Gold Coins from the United States Mint.
Originally appeared on gold coins from 1908 to 1929.
Privately minted in the United States.
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