1668.09
2.49
15.27
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745.11
4.88
2251.45
3.02
04/09/2020 02:37:26 AM
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1 oz Copper $5 Banknote Bar New

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Pricing

Quantity
1-19 $1.69 $1.71 $1.76
20-99 $1.49 $1.51 $1.55
100-499 $1.34 $1.35 $1.40
500+ $1.19 $1.20 $1.24
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As a proportion of circulating US currency in the modern era, the $5 bill with the image of President Abraham Lincoln accounts for roughly 6% of all paper money. Long before Federal Reserve Notes were standardized in size in 1914, the United States often issued large-sized paper notes, National Bank Notes, and even silver certificates. Provident Metals is happy to offer 1 oz Copper $5 Banknote Bars to you online.

Highlights:

  • Arrives with individual cases, tube cases of 20, and boxes of 500 bars!
  • Depicts the second-to-last $5 silver certificate design!
  • Contains 1 AVDP oz of .999 pure copper.
  • Running Antelope is depicted on the obverse.
  • Simple designs feature on the reverse.

When you purchase 1 oz Copper $5 Banknote Bars in this listing, your products arrive inside of individual protective cases, tube cases of 20 bars, or boxes of 500 copper bars. The designs on these brand-new condition copper bars reflect an 1899 design that was available until 1923 when it was replaced by President Abraham Lincoln.

Obverse

Running Antelope was the chief of the Hunkpapa, a group of American Plains Indians. His bust features on the obverse of 1 oz Copper $5 Banknote Bars. Running Antelope became head chief of his tribe in 1851 and was well-known for his bravery in war, his oratory skills, and his diplomatic abilities. His bust is depicted with inscriptions of United States of America and a Roman numeral V and 5 next to the portrait.

Reverse

A simple design element is featured on the reverse of the 1 oz Copper $5 Banknote Bar. The field has a solitary Roman numeral V in the center with the denomination marked in Arabic numerals in the upper corners and the word Five in the two lower corners.

History

Silver certificates were broadly issued by the United States as a representative paper money between 1878 and 1964, though the popularity of these certificates waned in the 20th century following the standardization of small size Federal Reserve Notes in 1914. The $5 denomination was introduced in 1886 and was one of three denominations regularly issued from 1928 to the end of the series in 1964.

Ordering

All of the 1 oz Copper $5 Banknote Bars in this listing are available to you brand new. These copper bars have a smooth finish and can be purchased individually or in bulk. You can contact Provident Metals at 800-313-3315 with any questions. You can also reach out to us online through our live chat and email address features.

How Does Free Shipping Work?

When the subtotal of your purchase, including applicable discounts, is $99 or more, you receive free shipping for your entire order. In order to receive free shipping on purchases of $99 or more, you must live within the 50 US states. For orders less than $99, a $3.99 shipping fee applies. All products are discreetly packaged and shipped with full insurance included.

When will my order ship?

Most Provident orders are shipped within one (1) business day of your payment clearing. Payments made via PayPal clear instantly. Bitcoin payments clear instantly once the transaction is confirmed. Credit Card and bank wire payments process within 1 business day. ACH and paper check payments take 3-5 business days. Once payments are processed, products are released to fulfillment for packaging and shipping.

Can I choose the method of shipping?

All orders of $99 or more that are eligible for free shipping are, by default, shipped via a carrier of our choice (USPS or UPS). Depending on the contents and size of your purchase, you may be able to upgrade to a specific carrier during checkout.

Will I need to sign for my package?

For those orders of $999.99 or less, there is no need to sign for your package. However, you may select the option to require a signature at delivery if you want. This can be chosen and paid for at checkout. All orders of $1000 or more require a signature to complete delivery.

What about International Orders?

Provident is only able to ship to addresses in any of the 50 US states. This includes P.O. boxes and APO addresses.

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Provident ID 2571422