|Privately minted silver coins are commonly called “silver rounds” or “generic silver rounds”. These coins usually have a set weight of 1 troy ounce of silver (31.103 grams of 99.9% silver). These carry all sorts of designs, from assayer/mine backed bullion to engravable gifts, automobiles, firearms, armed forces commemorative, holidays, etc.
Some hard money enthusiasts use .999 fine silver rounds as a store of value. A cross between bars and coins, silver rounds are produced by a huge array of mints, generally contain a troy ounce of silver in the shape of a coin, but have no status as legal tender. Rounds can be ordered with a custom design stamped on the faces or in assorted batche
These rounds are privately minted the United States from .999 pure silver. They are not affiliated with the United States government in anyway. The term COPY refers to parts of the design and not the purity of the rounds which is guaranteed .999 pure silver.