1/2oz Incuse Indian Copper Bullion Coin Ring .999 Fine

  • The Incuse Indian copper round coin ring is handcrafted from a ½ oz., 0.999 pure, fine copper bullion round, minted in the USA by Golden State Mint and designed to pay tribute to the “Indian Head Gold Coin” which was minted from 1908 to 1929.

Inspired by the original designer, William Sturgis Bigelow, and sculpted by Bela Lyon Pratt, the sunken relief obverse (front) of the coin features the profile of a Native American chief in full headdress, with “LIBERTY” across on the top. The reverse features the American Eagle, “In God We Trust”, “E PLURIBUS UNUM”, and the “Golden State Mint” inscription across the top.


This item is custom “Made to Order” and typically ready to ship within 14 business days.

Optional | Protective Copper Sealant

A clear gloss sealant applied to the copper ring or pendant which helps prevent copper’s natural oxidation. The coating will diminish over time and varies based on use of skin lotions & oils.

The Details

  1. Handcrafted coin ring made from a ½ oz, 0.999 pure copper bullion round.
  2. The ring will be made with the incuse Indian side out unless specified otherwise – just leave a note in the Checkout if you would prefer the American Eagle side out.
  3. Available in a vintage antiqued finish, or brightly hand polished.
  4. Coin was minted in the USA by Golden State Mint.
  5. Delivered in an Unminted LTD branded kraft coin enveloped and card.

Copper Oxidation

Copper has a beautiful red-orange hue – copper jewelry dates all the way back to 8th century B.C. It’s an essential mineral which occurs naturally in the human body, and also in nature.

When copper is exposed to skin sweat, lotions and oils, it naturally darkens and tarnishes, forming what’s typically referred to as copper patina.

This patina may leave a bluish-green mark on your skin. Copper stains are not harmful and are easily washed off with soap and water.

Many people buy copper jewelry specifically for its purported healing properties which result from direct contact with copper, however, if you prefer to wear copper purely for adornment and would rather reduce the oxidation, an optional protective sealant is available.