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    Copper Rounds

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    1 oz Capped Bust Half Dollar Copper Round (New)
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    1 oz Walking Liberty Copper Round (New)
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    1 oz Saint Gaudens Copper Round (New)
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    1 oz Dogecoin Cold Storage Wallet Copper Round (New)
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    95% Copper Lincoln Memorial Pennies ($50 Face Value)
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    Copper Bullion Rounds from JM Bullion

    Copper is an often-overlooked option for precious metals collectors and investors. Though it is listed for trading purposes as a commodity, copper is a popular alternative to major precious metals among buyers who invest in gold, silver, platinum, palladium, and even base metals. Copper is durable, ductile, and used throughout a wide range of everyday coinage. You can also find a growing number of rounds and bars made from pure copper as an incredibly affordable investment option.

    History of Copper

    The history of copper is integral to the history of precious metals as a whole. Because copper is one of the few naturally occurring metals that can be used in its native metal form, it was one of the first metals worked by human hands. The first evidence of this comes from as far back as 8000 BCE, some 10,000 years ago. Around 5000 BCE, copper became the first metal that humans smelted from ores, and just 1,000 years after that, copper became the first metal that humans cast into shapes using molds. The tipping point for copper, and later other metals, came in 3500 BCE when copper became the first metal purposefully used in alloys to create other metals. This led to the development of tin.

    Today, copper is used in a wide array of industrial applications, a major reason for its classification as a commodity. Copper’s soft, malleable nature and it high thermal and electrical conductivity have made it a popular building material for electrical wiring and water piping. It is also used as an alloy metal for circulation coins, sterling silver jewelry, and as a metal in the strain gauges and thermocouples of temperature tracking devices.

    Major Design Examples

    Copper is commonly used in a wide range of distinctive design collections from private mints across the country and around the globe. There are examples of unique, one-of-a-kind collections and those collections that replicate historic designs already known to society. For example, historic US coin designs remain one of the most popular images found on copper rounds. Examples include, but are not limited to, the following:

    • Capped Bust – one of the earliest images of Liberty on American coins, this design debuted in 1795 and was used on early US gold coins.
    • Saint-Gaudens Liberty – perhaps the most beloved US coin design, this 1907 work of art from Augustus Saint-Gaudens was revolutionary and featured first on the $20 Gold Double Eagle, and is now on the American Gold Eagle.
    • Mercury Dime – created in 1916 by Adolph A. Weinman, this design featured on the US dime from 1916 to 1945 and now features on the American Palladium Eagle.
    • Buffalo Nickel – a famous design from James Earle Fraser, the images of the stoic indigenous figure and an American bison appeared on the US nickel from 1913 to 1938, currently feature on the American Gold Buffalo, and have appeared together and separately on copper rounds.
    • Morgan Dollar – not well-loved in its day, the Morgan Dollar was the last US silver dollar design widely produced. It appeared from 1878 to 1904 and again 1921.
    • Standing Liberty – one of the more controversial US coin designs, the Standing Liberty image from Hermon Atkins MacNeil featured on the US quarter from 1916 to 1930.
    • Walking Liberty – another of the most famous American coin designs, this 1916 design from Adolph A. Weinman featured on the US half dollar from 1916 to 1947 and is now the face of the American Silver Eagle bullion coin.
    • Indian Head Liberty – a less famous design from Augustus Saint-Gaudens, this image of Liberty with a full indigenous headdress was featured on the $10 Gold Eagle from 1907 to its conclusion in 1933.
    • Peace Dollar – the Peace Dollar was the final US silver dollar design in circulation and featured on the coin from 1921 to 1928 and 1934 to 1935. It was designed by Anthony de Francisci.

    JM Bullion is excited to offer copper rounds of outstanding quality and design artistry. While investors may revere this copper for its value, collectors are invariably impressed by the unique designs that adorn these collectible copper rounds. With their lustrous finish and superbly detailed designs, these copper rounds are perfect for giving as gifts for birthdays, graduations, or the holidays. You can start someone on a lifelong passion for precious metal investment and collecting by presenting them with their very first copper round.

    Common Packaging for Copper

    Copper rounds are always available to purchase individually with protective plastic flips, but you can also find packaging options available for bulk investments. These typically included acrylic tubes of 20 rounds and Monster Boxes of 500 rounds. The Monster Boxes, when available, come with 25 tubes of 20 rounds each. Please note, not all copper round collections offer a Monster Box, while the majority do offer individual flips and acrylic tubes.

    Buying Copper Bullion from JM Bullion

    If you have any questions about buying copper at JM Bullion, please feel free to ask. Our customer service team is available at 800-276-6508, online through our live chat, and via our email address. For questions about payment methods and purchasing minimums/maximums, we encourage you to visit our Payment Methods FAQ page first as you can find quick answers to common questions in this realm. If you still have questions, you can still reach out to our customer service team.