1 oz Aztec copper bullion coin - .999 Fine
Buy a piece of history at a low price! - The perfect gift for friends doesn't have to be expensive! The obverse of the coin depicts the Aztec calendar. In the middle ring of the original stone of the sun, which weighs 24 tons, 20 day signs are carved. It's why this sculpture has sometimes been interpreted as a calendar stone.
The reverse of the coin depicts the last Aztec ruler of Tenochtitlán, Cuauhtémoc, whose reign was between 1520 and 1525. Tenochtitlán was the capital of the Aztec Empire from the 14th to the beginning of the 16th century, until it was conquered and destroyed by the Spanish conquistadors.
The coin has no official face value. It is a pure investment coin. However, the fineness and weight are stamped on the back with the inscription "One Ounce .999 Fine Copper".
The special thing about the coin, in addition to the popular motif, is certainly the fact that you have one of the few opportunities to invest directly and physically in the "forgotten" semi-precious metal copper.
An important note: The coin 1 weighs one Avoirdupois ounce. Accordingly, the fine weight is = 28.3495 grams, which is worth mentioning because bullion coins are usually weighted in Troy ounces (~ 31.103g).
- Unique and highly collectible motif
- One of the few bullioncoins in 999 copper
- The coin comes in a transparent plastic bag and we in anonymous packet.
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- Fine weight:
- 1 AVDP oz
- 39,00 x 3,30 mm
- plastic bag, 20 pc. in Tube
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