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2008 1 oz Gold Buffalo Coins are getting harder & harder to locate!
Limited quantities available!
The Gold Buffalos are minted in West Point, New York, and they are limited by law to a run of 300,000 coins a year. Each coin contains one troy ounce of pure gold and has a diameter of 32.7mm, making it a bit larger than a U.S. half dollar. The design of the coins is taken from James Earle Fraser’s famous Indian Head, or Buffalo, Nickel released from 1913 through 1938, one of the most beloved and popular coins ever issued. With his nickel, Fraser, a former student of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, succeeded in capturing the elusive beauty and dignity of the American West. This same spirit has passed on through the American Buffalo Coin. The Native American featured on the obverse, or front, of the coins is believed to be an aggregate based upon three chiefs of differing tribes: Two Moons of the Cheyenne, Big Tree of the Kiowa, and Iron Tail of the Lakota Sioux. The reverse, or back, of the coins features the famous profile of Black Diamond, a 1,550-pound American Bison then living at the Bronx Zoo. The American Buffalo Coins offer the discerning investor the rare opportunity to own the only pure 24k gold bullion coins whose purity and composition are guaranteed by the Government of the United States.
|Availability||Out of Stock|
|Gold Content||1 troy oz|
|Composition||.9999 Fine Gold|
|Mint||U.S. Mint- West Point|