1 Pound Titanium Round - Element
$ 54.99 was $ 59.99
Titanium is now available in a big 1 pound coin form! Featuring the periodic table of elements symbol for Titanium stamped on the obverse, and the weight and purity, "Titanium .996 CP1 - One Pound", stamped on the reverse, you will not see a more amazing looking coin anywhere. It feels very solid in your hand, check one out for yourself and you won't be disappointed!
Each round is made of 1 Pound (16 oz) .996 CP1 grade titanium and is in brilliant uncirculated condition with reeded edges. Each coin comes individually packaged in a plastic sleeve.
What is CP Grade 1?
CP (Commercially Pure) Grade 1 titanium is unalloyed and has a density of 4.51 g/cc, which is less than 60% of steel density. Offering high corrosion resistance, it's a versatile material used in architectural components, oil & gas, pharmaceutical and marine applications.
Why Buy Titanium?
More valuable than copper, but less than silver, titanium is the perfect intermediate choice for those looking to diversify their metal collection. Because of its strong, yet lightweight properties, titanium is in very high industrial and military demand, and many see it becoming a more popular commodity. If you've already acquired gold, silver, and/or copper, titanium is an excellent next step.