Diversify your Bullion investment portfolio with this Indian Head 1 kilo Copper Bar. Each copper bar consists of one kilogram of .999 fine copper, has squared edges, and a brilliant finish.
The Indian Head 1 kilo Copper Bar was inspired by James Earl Fraser’s Buffalo Nickel. Fraser, a student of Augustus Saint-Gaudens who designed the Saint-Gaudens Double Gold Eagle Coin, was charged to capture the beauty and dignity of the American West. To that end, Fraser designed the profile of a Native American with facial elements taken from three chiefs of different Native American tribes.
Like Gold Bullion and Silver Bullion, the value of copper bullion is variable in time. The value of Copper Bullion is determined by commercial and industrial demand, and the amount of available copper. Because global production of copper is barely keeping pace with demand, the value of copper has increased over time.
Many investors consider Copper Bullion akin to small denomination bills in an investment wallet. Small denomination bills allow an individual to exchange currency for a commodity of similar value, and precludes greatly overpaying for a commodity using only larger denomination bills.