FLASH SALE! Coin Ring made to order: 1 Troy oz Copper Round - Provident Prospector .999 Copper Bullion Round

$78.71 $104.95

I'll convert this coin (actual photo) into a beautiful coin ring for you in less than a day according to your specifications. Your options are as follows...

Message me in your order of your options or questions...

- You choose which side of coin faces out.
- Ring Size
- Finish Options in Antiqued Patina or Mirror Polish
- Straight Wall or Beveled Ends
- Regular Thickness or Ladies Thin Cut (about a 1/4" is taken off the thickness of the band)
- Crystal-Cut Ring Box (Particularly nice if this is meant to be a gift)
- Jewelers Clear-Coat Finish if you prefer (particularly nice if you patina your ring or are skin sensitive to certain metals)

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- Fast Shipping (typically ships within 1-2 business day via USPS Mail)
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Prospector Copper Round
These Prospector Copper rounds are produced by Provident Mint in Dallas. The Provident Mint is a private mint, and one of the only private mints that is certified to produce gold and Copper bars and rounds that are IRA eligible. They are known for their many designs, one of the best known being the Prospector. This mint only uses bullion from a London Bullion Market Association approved vendor within the United States. Designs from this private mint tend to be highly detailed and of obvious quality.

1 oz. .999 Fine Copper
Each of these rounds from the Provident Mint contains 1 Troy oz. of .999 fine Copper. That is the same level of purity that can be found in the majority of government issued Copper bullion coins, including the American Copper Eagle. Since this mint uses bullion purchased from a LBMA approved vendor and the facility is ISO9001 certified, the purity and weight of these rounds is sure to meet or exceed the standards given.

Copper Rounds
When a blank is struck by a government mint, it becomes a coin. When a blank is struck by a private mint, it becomes a round.

A large price difference between government issued Copper coins and privately minted Copper rounds is in the amount of premium that is added to the cost. Typically, purchasing Copper rounds as opposed to government issued Copper coins will allow you to purchase more Copper for the same amount of money. That is the main reason that some bullion buyers prefer rounds.

However, when purchasing Copper rounds it would be prudent to select one that is easily recognized. This makes the round easier to sell or trade when the time comes. As mentioned, the Prospector design from Provident Mint is one of the most well-known designs.

Prospector Design
The front of this fine Copper Prospector round displays a prospector standing before his mule with a pickaxe and gold pan. The rugged pair are standing at the bottom of a Western looking canyon. This design is finely detailed. The texture of the rocks and soil can be seen clearly, as well as every fold and wrinkle in the prospector’s clothes and boots. Even the muscles of the mule’s shoulder can be seen with a closer look. This side of the round reads “PROSPECTOR.”

The reverse of the 1 oz. Prospector round displays a few of the weathered adventurer’s tools. Placed on a wooden table or floor is a map, with a compass and sextant on top of it. The grain of the wooden surface in the background can be seen with lucid clarity. This side is inscribed with the words “ONE TROY OUNCE,” and “.999 FINE COPPER.”

After I finish your ring, I'll send you a photograph of it before I ship. If for any reason you don't "LOVE" the finished product, just let me know. I'll either continue working it till you do love it or will gladly give you a full refund!

Thank you for your patronage by shopping with Patriot Coin Ring.

Michael D Baker, Master Craftsman
Patriot Coin Ring

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Note: It should go without saying but just be aware that when a coin ring is made a hole from 7/16" - 1/2" will be punched dead center in the coin in order to fold the coin into a ring. As such, what ever is in that small area will be lost so when choosing a coin, be sure to look for the outer design nearest the edge of the coin and not what is in the center.

Shipping from United States

Processing time

1-3 business days

Estimated shipping times

  • North America : 1 - 3 business days

I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.

Customs and import taxes

Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.

Payment Options

Secure options
  • Accepts Etsy gift cards

Returns & Exchanges

I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations

Just contact me within: 3 days of delivery

Ship items back to me within: 7 days of delivery

Request a cancellation within: 24 hours of purchase

But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

The following items can't be returned or exchanged

Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:

  • Custom or personalized orders

Conditions of return

Buyers are responsible for return shipping costs. If the item is not returned in its original condition, the buyer is responsible for any loss in value.

Questions about your order?

Please contact me if you have any problems with your order.

Reviews (1)


This ring ROCKS! It is very impressive in the detail of the patina to the perfect fit. And Michael cares about his customers. He’s quick and courteous to respond to any questions you might have. This is the first coin ring for me and I’m more than happy with it. It’s a solid ring but by no means is it too bulky or heavy. And I have very small fingers. (This ring is size 6.5). He’s one of the few craftsman that are willing to make It coin rings in this small of a size. Anyway, if you are at all interested in getting a coin ring I highly recommend Michael, and Patriot Coin Ring. I love that they are veteran owned and donate to the Wounded Warrior Project on all purchases. Thanks Michael! Cheers! Kristian

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