To buy a 1 oz silver round, you pay about 5% above spot. But to buy a 1 oz copper round, you pay about 400% above spot. Doesnt seem to matter how many copper rounds you buy, you will still pay around 400% above spot for 1 oz coins. So I thought, maybe its because it costs alot to produce a single coin, but when I checked out 10 pound bars, its still more than a 200% markup. Is copper undervalued or something? I wanted to buy about $1,000 worth of 1 oz copper coins, but no way I'm paying the prices they want over spot.