The $1 Banknote 1 oz Copper Round celebrates the original $1 Black Eagle Banknote Silver Certificate that originally was minted in 1899. This homage depicts the original designs in high detail with 1 oz .999 pure copper.
- Made of 1 AVDP oz of .999 pure copper.
- Minted by a private mint in the United States of America
- On the obverse side is an eagle with its wings outstretched. At the bottom left is a portrait of Abraham Lincoln. Down at the bottom right is a picture of Ulysses S. Grant.
- The reverse has the logo of the mint
The Black Eagle $1 Silver Certificate ran 1899 to 1929 and is so named the Black Eagle for the Eagle on the obverse side that is printed in black ink. The eagle is standing a flag that is furled up on a pole. Above the image is “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”. Above each wing is ‘1’. To the left, under its wing, is another 1. To the right under its wing is rendition of the seal that usually appears on the banknote. At the bottom is ‘SILVER CERTIFICATE’ and portraits of Abraham Lincoln (left) and Ulysses S. Grant (right. The Black Eagle note is the only currency to feature the portraits of two presidents on the same side.
On the reverse side of this coin is the logo of the mint who produced these copper coins-ArtBarMint-in the middle. At the top is ‘SILVER CERTIFICATE’ and 1 oz. .999 FINE COPPER’. To the right and the left are ‘ONE’s and the number 1. At the bottom is “UNITED STATES of AMERICA’.
This $1 Banknote 1 oz Copper Round was created by a private mint with copper sourced from within the United States to honor an American icon, the Black Eagle $1 Banknote. This is your opportunity to buy a piece of history and add some copper to your collection. Get yours today.