Peace Dollar 1 oz Copper Round

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Though it only had a very brief mintage, from 1921-1928 and 1934 to 1935, that doesn’t diminish the impact this design had on the hearts of collectors all over the world. This coin is a favorite and this Peace Dollar 1 oz Copper Round was designed to bring that nostalgia back. Made with .999 fine copper, this design really reaches its full potential. 

Key features:

  • Made of 1 AVDP oz of .999 fine copper
  • Peace Silver Dollar design
  • Obverse side has Lady Liberty’s profile facing to the left
  • Reverse shows an American bald eagle perched on a mountain


The Peace Silver Dollar design, on the obverse side, was the winning design of a contest for the design of a new dollar. The winner was Anthony di Francisci. Francisci used the real-life Statue of Liberty. In his version, Liberty’s crown has many more points and you could see loose strands of hair blowing in the wind. Underneath her image is ‘IN GOD WE TRUST’. Along the top edges is ‘LIBERTY’ and at the bottom is “1921”.

On the reverse side of the round is the iconic, American bald eagle. Here it is perched on a mountain top and has an olive branch clasped in its talons. Behind it are rays of sunshine. Above the eagle is ‘UNITED STATES of AMERICA’ as well as ‘ E PLURIBUS UNUM’, which means, “ from many, one”. At the bottom of the image is ‘ONE DOLLAR COPY’’. Below the eagle is ‘PEACE’.  Around the top edge of the round is ‘COPPER .999 FINE’. Around the bottom edge of the coin is ‘ONE AVDP OUNCE’. 

This Peace Dollar 1 oz Copper Round is your chance to buy this tribute to an iconic coin design. This round is lovingly crafted in .999 fine copper and gives a unique take on the classic silver version in a way that copper could only do. You know this coin will look great in your collection. Get yours today. 


Osborne Mint

Precious Metal


Metal Content

1 AVDP oz


.999 Fine




39 mm



Tube/Sheet Quantity


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  1. michael H (verified owner)

    These rounds are great for new collectors to help them get started into maybe silver or gold in the future. They are slightly smaller than a american eagle silver ounce coin so you can put them into the same capsules no problem.

  2. daniel.a (verified owner)

    Excellent gift coin. Bright well defined strike. Fits 39mm capsule well.

  3. Remember the Tooth! (verified owner)

    I’ve always thought copper was cool. These are inexpensive enough to keep in almost every order, and build up as you go. There’s just something about this design over the Morgan that I prefer.
    Also, how many people have actually held a copper coin these days?