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Each 1/4 oz Indian Penny copper round contains 1/4 AVDP oz of .999 fine copper bullion, making this roll of 20 rounds a total of 5 AVDP ounces!
Each roll of 20 pieces will arrive in a 27mm square plastic coin tube.
Invest in a pretty penny when you order the Indian Penny Roll of 20 ¼ oz Copper rounds from Provident Metals. Each 27 mm round contains .999 fine copper and the roll combines to total five AVDP ounces.
Lady Liberty dons a Native American headdress in the elegant profile depicted on the obverse. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA encircles the portrait. The design is based on the Indian Head or Indian Penny coin minted by the U.S. Mint from 1859-1909.
The reverse of each round features an expertly-detailed, proud eagle clutching an American shield in its right claw and arrows in its left. GOLDEN STATE MINT and ¼ OUNCE .999 FINE COPPER is inscribed.
The original Indian Penny contained nickel and was often referred to as the “Nick” or “Nickel.” Because coins were hoarded during the Civil War, nickel pieces were replaced with tokens. The tokens were so popular they were reconfigured to contain mostly copper with a reduced weight.
Add to your investments with a roll of 20 ¼ oz Copper Indian Penny rounds. Use our online ordering system to secure your pennies today.
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Copper Content||5 ounce AVDP|
|Composition||.999 Fine Copper|
|Mint||Golden State Mint|