Copper bullion coins such as the Walking Liberty consists purely of this versatile metal also known for its thermal and electrical conductivity. Copper has more recently joined other more precious metals like gold and silver by becoming available in coins, bars and ingots. This commodity metal is currently experiencing tremendous growth and interest around the world, especially from China. As an investment, copper bullion is an inexpensive option for investors both large and small.
Continue reading for some quick facts, investment insight and a brief history of the Walking Liberty Design 1 oz copper bullion coin.
Walking Liberty Design Copper Bullion Coin Quick Facts and Brief History
|Weights / Denominations||1 Avoirdupois Ounce|
|Front Design||The Walking Liberty's obverse design is a descendant of the popular Walking Liberty 90% junk silver coin by legendary German-born sculptor Alfred A. Weinman. The Walking Liberty design is also featured on the modern silver bullion American Eagle coin and features an image of Lady Liberty gliding confidently toward the sun.|
|Rear Design||The reverse design of the Morgan copper bullion coins is a an original design featuring a shield with "USA" stamped in the middle and "One AVDP Ounce" and the year of mintage stamped across the bottom.|
|Brief History||The history of the Walking Liberty copper bullion coin is brief indeed. During the Industrial Revolution and in modern times, copper has become a highly valuable metal for its high conductivity properties. Copper bullion coins like the Walking Liberty design are weighted in Avoirdupois (AVDP) ounces, an old French term meaning "goods of weight" and a common unit of measure in the U.S. Precious metals like gold and silver are measured in troy ounces. One AVDP pound equals 16 AVDP ounces.|
|Why Buy?||Copper bullion coins like the Walking Liberty design are an inexpensive investment option. Copper is also a popular metal for scrapers because of the premium prices it currently pays. Copper has seen explosive demand growth in China and around the world. Some investors also buy copper bullion and other commodities as hedge against inflation.|
|Copper Bullion Content||1 Avoirdupois Ounce (1 AVDP)|
1 AVDP Ounce Walking Liberty Design Copper Bullion coin
Copper bullion coins like the Walking Liberty design are one of many ways you can invest in commodity metals. Considering the current outlook, copper is poised to grow considerably over the next few years. To learn more about or find Walking Liberty design copper bullion coins for sale, check Provident Metals for availability and cost today.