Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Eric the Red, May 21, 2021.
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Currently it is $4.39 a pound,$8,780 a ton USD
it is forecasted to hit $6.30/pound $15,000 ton middle to end of next year. Also by 2025 $9.07/pound and $20,000 metric ton USD.
Check out JM bullion copper rounds start at $1.39 email@example.com They do have some items in stock
This one is Copper.
Yes, they are all pre-1982 and I bought them for face value because I like copper.
Why not open them?you might have a gold mine- hundreds of 1972 ddo's.
I don't have the time, maybe when I retire I can crack them open and go thru them with my grandkids. They are from 1976 to 1982 with bags of 80' P & 82' D that could have ddo's.
I just read through the whole thread and got the answers to the questions originally posted here.
That is one Very impressive hoard! If you ever want to off-load any give me a holler. I love copper!
I doubt it will go through the roof though. There is tons of copper available. It's nowhere near rare like other metals. Even with the electric vehicles, there's still plenty of it.
I have a feeling that it's moving up in price because everything else is moving up in price. Inflation has been rising by 5.9% a month for a few months. Copper is just following along with overall rising prices.
And the copper mine in Butte, Montana is known as the Richest Hill On Earth. Why? Because that copper mine has been in business well over 100 years and the copper it has produced is still producing. It’s an amazing place.
Does Anyone Collect Copper Rounds?
I picked up a few more copper pieces to add to the collection.
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