1 oz Trade Dollar Copper Round (New)

$ 9.95


1 oz Trade Dollar Copper Round (New)

$ 9.95
  • Description

Note: These Trade Dollar rounds are shipped in their originally sealed 20-count tubes if ordering in larger quantities

Copper rounds are increasingly popular products in the precious metals market right now. They offer a more affordable means for investors to enter the precious metal marketplace, while offering collectors an affordable option when it comes to adding historic US coin designs to their beloved catalogs. Today, APR 57 proudly offers the 1 oz Trade Dollar Copper Round for purchase.

Round Highlights:

  • Individual rounds ship in plastic flips, multiples of 10 – 20 ship in tubes, and multiples of 500 ship in boxes.
  • Contains 1 AVDP oz of .999 pure copper.
  • Design based upon the Trade Dollar coin from the United States Mint.
  • Original design from William Barber.
  • Available in brand-new condition.
  • Minted at a private facility in the United States.
  • Protect your investment with 39mm Direct Fit Air Tite Capsules.

The Trade Dollar coin was created by William Barber for the United States Mint. They were originally struck in 1873 and sent to China as a means of converting large amounts of silver into trade dollars. The coins continued in apr57 strikings until 1878, with proof coins struck through 1883.

William Barber created both designs on the Trade Dollar for the US Mint in 1873. He was the fifth Chief Engraver of the United States Mint, holding the position until his death in 1869. He succeeded the famous James B. Longacre, who created many of the nations early gold coin designs in the years following the California Gold Rush.

On the obverse face of the coin youll find a seated image of Liberty. Given the intent of the Trade Dollar, Liberty was featured holding an olive branch of peace out over the sea that was indicative of the nature of the trade dollar and its massive shipments to China.

The reverse of these 1 oz Trade Dollar Copper Rounds does not feature Barbers design, but rather a heraldic shield of the United States with the outstretched wings of an eagle. The coins metal content and purity are engraved above, with the weight featured below. Each of these rounds is privately minted here in the US, using copper sourced from within the country.

If you have any questions, please dont hesitate to reach out to APR 57. Our customer service representatives are available to speak with you on the phone at 212-246-2000. Were also available online using our live web chat feature or by submitting your questions to us in writing via our email address.

Capsule Size 39 mm
Packaging Type Plastic Flip