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Updated: September, 2012
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Images of Copper Bullion Bars and Coins From The Copper Cave - My Personal Collection

As you may know, I'm a huge fan of copper bullion. What started as a casual diversion from my passion for gold bullion has turned into a full hobby in its own right. The purpose of today's article is to build upon and continue my recent review of The Copper Cave by Susquehanna Hobbies. The Copper Cave is an amazing copper bullion store and the only online copper store that sells all makes and manufacturers of copper bullion bars and coins. I was so pleased with my first purchase from The Copper Cave that I almost immediately made a second order. I'm certain that I will be a customer for life and below please find pictures (and brief descriptions) of the items that I recently purchased from The Copper Cave (in addition to the 10 ounce polished and acid washed Market Harmony bar showcased in my original review). After checking out my pictures, I recommend checking out The Copper Cave. After checking out the pictures in this article, want to learn even more about The Copper Cave? Make sure to check out my new exclusive interview with The Copper Cave, one of the most interesting articles on this site. New: I also just uploaded recent pictures of my new Market Harmony silver and copper bars purchased from The Copper Cave. When you're done here, make sure to check out pictures of my Market Harmony bullion collection.

Pictures of My 10 Ounce Poured Copper Flat Bar From Market Harmony LLC

After I purchased my polished and acid washed copper ingot from Market Harmony, I became an immediate fan. Their products are so unique within the copper bullion industry. The pictures speak for themselves. Have you ever seen a copper bullion bar so beautiful? I quickly decided to purchase every bar available in the Market Harmony lineup. I'm really looking forward to more new bars from Market Harmony over the coming year. In addition to the neat images of Market Harmony copper bars on this page, I highly recommend checking out my recent interview with Market Harmony to learn all about this unique copper bullion mint.
Market Harmony Flat Copper Bullion Bar
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The reverse of my flat copper bullion bar from Market Harmony. The luster and surface glow of this bar are amazing, as captured in the pictures. The bar is at least 10 ounces and is a "flat bar" meaning it's thin and long. If you buy multiple bars, they are perfect for stacking. Moreover, these bars make the perfect paperweight or conversation piece to display in your home or office. I'm going to leave mine out next to the aluminum bullion dice I recently purchased from Jetco Metals. Out of all the copper bullion bars and ingots available, I'm setting my sights on accumulating more of these flat bullion bars from Market Harmony, what a winning collectible and investment.
Market Harmony Flat Copper Bar Reverse
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Images of My Rough 10 Ounce Copper Ingot From Market Harmony

I additionally purchased a "rough" copper bullion ingot from Market Harmony. As the name implies, this bar is rough and unfinished. It is not polished or acid washed. Due to this fact, the rough bar is a lot cheaper than the other Market Harmony bars. If you are purely looking to accumulate copper bullion as a store of value, this might be a great option due to its price.
Market Harmony Rough Copper Bullion Bar
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I must admit that even though this bar is rough, it's still really great looking. The thing that stands out with the rough bar is the diversity of colors on the surface of the bar. Below is the reverse of my 10 ounce rough Market Harmony bar and you can see the mixture of red copper and dark patches. In this picture, it looks really fiery and neat.
Market Harmony Rough Copper Bar
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Below is the third image of my rough copper bullion bar. I wanted to include this one as well because it shows some of the diversity of surface colors on this bar. In the middle toward the edge, you can see a mixture of reddish copper color with gold and darker black. It's really neat to see the gold color in there. Overall, really like this bar and Market Harmony in general because they are melting down high quality copper bullion scrap into these neat bars.
Market Harmony Rough Copper Bullion
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Image of My Polished 10 Ounce Copper Ingot From Market Harmony

The last image in my series of Market Harmony LLC copper bullion bars is my 10 ounce polished copper ingot. This is their mid priced copper bullion ingot: it's cheaper than the polished and acid washed version showcased in my original review of The Copper Cave but it's more expensive than the rough bar just showcased. As with the other bars, really like this one and highly recommend the Market Harmony copper bullion bars. I will be buying more, starting out with the flat bar.
Market Harmony Polished Copper Bar
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Images of Shire Post Mint Copper Bullion Rounds

I really like copper bullion coins. The most popular one is of course pre-1982 US copper pennies. The beauty with pre-1982 copper bullion pennies is you can accumulate copper bullion slightly below the value of the spot metal. (As a side note, the price of copper bullion has fallen quite a bit lately, but my personal forecast is much higher in the long run. I am not an investment advisor however and this is just my personal opinion.) To add to my collection of pre-1982 pennies, I thought it would be fun to buy one of these one ounce copper bullion coins from Shire Post Mint.
Shire Post Mint 1 Ounce Copper Coin Obverse
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Below is an image of the reverse of my Shire Post Mint 1 ounce copper bullion coin. This is a very high quality copper coin and I highly recommend it. The Copper Cave carries a variety of different styles and I plan on buying a few more because the pictures are so detailed and neat. As you can see, I am handling this coin with white gloves because copper can easily tarnish. I highly recommend doing the same. Moreover, this coin came in a nice plastic sleeve upon which I quickly returned it after taking these pictures.
Shire Post Mint 1 Ounce Copper Coin Reverse
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