Each Buffalo 5 oz copper round is composed of 5 AVDP oz .999 fine copper bullion and arrives in new condition.
The Indian Head gold pieces struck by the United States Mint from 1908 to 1915 and in 1925 to 1929 are among some of the most distinctive coins ever circulated because of their highly unusual incuse (or “sunken in”) design.
Now you can diversify your investments with copper while you honor that famous coin with the 5 oz. Incuse Copper Round from Golden State Mint.
This round contains 5 ounces of pure .999 fine copper and bears the same striking design as that beautiful incuse 1920s coin. The obverse features an Indian chief in a full headdress, each feather carefully detailed. The word “LIBERTY” arches over the top rim, and “1929,” the final year of circulation for the original design, is near the bottom. Thirteen five-pointed stars fill in the remaining space, a reminder of our American colonial heritage.
The reverse features the heraldic eagle, standing proud on an olive branch for peace and an arrow for defense. The words “GOLDEN STATE MINT” mark the top edge, with “5 OUNCES .999 COPPER” toward the bottom rim. The words “E PLURIBUS UNUM” and “IN GOD WE TRUST” are also boldly imprinted on this fantastic round.