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The Chief Sitting Bull 1 oz ADVP copper bullion round by Golden State Mint offers one of the best returns on investment. Price advances in physical copper connected to the widespread use of copper in technologies manufacturing has created a highly solvent trade in safe haven mintage and bullion. Transfer of other portfolio assets to Native American Indian copper rounds is a fun and risk-free opportunity for any collector, distributor or trader. The history of Sitting Bull and his people in their struggle over sovereignty and mining resources remains indelible.
Native American Indian Chief, Sitting Bull left a legacy on the history of U.S. mining. In the events leading up to the Great Sioux War of 1876, the Sioux bands were expulsed outside of the Great Sioux Reservation by the Interior Department. Sitting Bull and other Lakota bands defiant of this federal order refused to leave the reservation. General Custer’s expedition to the Black Hills of the Dakota’s in the interest of mining and settlement a year prior was the impetus to the war. Mining of copper, gold and silver remains are vital natural resource of the Black Hills to this day.
The pressure on Sitting Bull and the Lakota bands that remained on the Reservation was significant due to the rising international demand for precious metals. Steadfast, Sitting Bull and his people did not waiver during the period leading up to the conflict. Nevertheless, Sitting Bull was the primary target of the U.S. federal government’s pacification policies. In the Battle for the Little Bighorn, Sitting Bull and his people defeated the 7the Calvary fighting under Lt. Col. George Custer in June 1876.
Chief Sitting Bull copper rounds are an heirloom collectible. Numismatists acknowledge that coins and bullion minted with Native American Indian sovereignty are some of the most valuable precious metals rounds and coins on the market. The recent rise in global demand for Chief Sitting Bull copper rounds is the result of foreign investor interest in rare U.S. minted coins and bullion.