The purest gold coin available from the United States Mint is the American Gold Buffalo. While other coins have subsequently been released with 24-karat gold content, the 2006 debut of the Gold Buffalo marked the first-ever release of an American gold coin with .9999 pure gold content. Right now, 1 oz American Gold Buffalo Coins are available to purchase from Wall Street Metals in perfect condition!
- Arrives in a protective plastic slab courtesy of the PCGS or NGC!
- First struck in 2006!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold.
- Bears a face value of $50 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- Issued a Grade of Mint State 70 by the Professional Coin Grading Service or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
- Obverse includes the effigy of a Native American.
- Reverse depicts an American bison.
- Available from random years with random labels.
Each of the 1 oz American Gold Buffalo Coins in this listing are available in perfect condition as graded by either the PCGS or NGC. Coins with a Mint State 70 grade exhibit full, original mint luster and lack any sign of detracting flaws.
In this product listing you have the chance to purchase an American Gold Buffalo in perfect condition from random years of issue, with random labels in the slab. The American Gold Buffalo bullion coin has been issued every year since 2006. The possible labels include Early Release or First Strike, which indicate coins received for certification within 30 days of the release date for their respective year.
Wall Street Metals cannot guarantee the exact year of issue or label youll receive with your purchase. The exact coin you receive is dependent upon availability in our warehouse when your order is received and prepared for shipment.
On the obverse of all 1 oz American Gold Buffalo coins youll find the right-profile effigy of a Native American chieftain. Created in 1913 by James Earle Fraser, this image originally appeared on the Buffalo Nickel. For the Gold Buffalo, engravings of Liberty and the year of issue feature on this side.
The reverse of all American Gold Buffalo coins feature the depiction of an American bison. In this case, the design is based upon Black Diamond. The latter buffalo was a resident of the Central Park Zoo in New York City during the early decades of the 20th century. This also appeared on Frasers Buffalo Nickel, which was in circulation from 1913 to 1938.
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