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Each 1/2 oz Buffalo Nickel copper round contains 1/2 AVDP oz of .999 fine copper bullion, making this roll of 20 rounds a total of 10 AVDP ounces!
Each roll of 20 pieces will arrive in a 33mm square plastic coin tube.
The American Buffalo used to call most of the United States territory home, but the introduction of settlers, trains, bovine disease and, eventually, barbed wire fences has reduced their numbers dramatically. Harken back to the days of the buffalo’s dominance with this set of 20 ½ ounce Buffalo Nickel copper rounds produced in the United States by the Golden State Mint.
This copper round is based on the original Buffalo, or Indian Head, Nickel produced from 1913 to 1938. These new-condition rounds measure 33 mm in diameter and contain ½ avoirdupois ounce of .999 fine copper bullion.
The face features the composite Indian profile staring sternly to the right, toward “LIBERTY.” The reverse highlights the famous American Buffalo, with the words “GOLDEN STATE MINT” above and “1/2 OZ 999 FINE COPPER” below.
The animal these rounds portray have a deserved place in American history. It is used as a symbol of the nation and particularly Great Plains states, and is the official animal of the Canadian province of Manitoba.
Because of their speed and incredible weight, the American Buffalo is one of the most dangerous wild animals in North America. More people have been injured in Yellowstone National Park by bison than by bears!
Though bison were nearly extinct, the populations have recovered well, possibly through accidental hybridization from domestic cattle.
But you can be sure your copper bullion Buffalo Nickel rounds is pure--.999 pure!--and add your roll of 20 to your “herd” of investments when you order from Provident Metals’ online purchasing system today.
|Country of Manufacture||United States|
|Copper Content||10 ounce AVDP|
|Composition||.999 Fine Copper|
|Mint||Golden State Mint|