Stacking More than Gold and Silver
One of the most useful metals to use for trade or barter isn't actually silver, but copper. Although it's very common, it's also more useful - especially in a pure form.
These are nice weighty rounds, weighing in at 1/16th of a pound each.
The Noble Native
All of the rounds are "2nds" so they have various flaws, but every one I've inspected has looked great. They are random designs, but among them I got some really neat ones.
I especially like this one.
Not Firsts, 2nd
Having the word "2nd" printed on the back is a bit distracting, but I bought them for their stackability and metal content, more than perfect esthetics.
I even got some with the likeness of DJT, maybe those will be collectables someday.
Fresh Copper Glows
Even with imperfections, little scrapes and dings, these rounds are glowing.
I do not endorse the pagan entity image on these rounds.
It would take years for me to save up enough to get these kinds of stacks in silver and unimaginable in gold or platinum. But in copper, I can make some nice heavy stacks all over my kitchen counter and still have enough cash left over to feed my family.
Seems like a good deal. Who knows what the future for precious metals will be, but right now (similar to silver) the real world value of copper is very different than the "spot" price.
I could have gotten copper cheaper by investing in copper PENNIES, but they don't have the same purity and weight as these rounds.
Benjamin Turner: God fearer. Rooted in Messiah. Husband of @lturner. Father of FIVE wonderful children. The guy behind the camera. Blockchain enthusiast.
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