1 oz American Gold Buffalo (Random Year, BU)

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The American Gold Buffalo is one of the newest annual bullion products from the United States Mint. Introduced in 2006 as the first .9999 pure 24-karat gold coins from the US Mint, the program followed many of the tenets of American coin design in the modern era. The US Mint revived a classic design from the early 20th century for use on this bullion product. Right now, Gold Club Direct offers random year Gold Buffalo Coins for purchase by investors and collectors.

American Gold Buffalo coins were created by the United States Mint as a means of competing with bullion coins from other sovereign mints struck in 24-karat gold. The official gold bullion coin of the United States, the American Gold Eagle, is popular around the globe, but is produced in 22-karat gold rather than 24-karat gold.

James Earle Fraser’s 1913 Indian Head Nickel design was chosen for the obverse and reverse face of the Gold Buffalo program. Fraser was a native of Winona, Minnesota, and grew up on the American frontier in the late 19th century. The images he chose for the nation’s new five-cent piece reflected his vision of the American West.

On the obverse face of each coin is the left-profile image of a Native American chieftain, which was created by Fraser by combining the facial features of three real-world tribal leaders. An engraving of Liberty and the year of issue are featured on this side.

The reverse includes a depiction of Black Diamond, a resident bison at New York City’s Central Park Zoo in the early 20th century. The massive creature dominates the reverse face, with engravings of “United States of America”, “E Pluribus Unum”, “In God We Trust”, and the coin’s weight, purity, metal content, and face value surrounding it.

Coin highlights

Coin Highlights:

  • Coins ship in individual plastic flips.
  • Contains 1 oz of .9999 pure gold.
  • Bears a face value of $50 (USD) backed by the federal government.
  • Based upon the original Indian Head (or Buffalo) Nickel design.
  • Images created by James Earle Fraser.
  • Introduced in 2006.

 

Specifications

YearRandom
Mint MarkNot Shown
Purity.9999
ManufacturerUS Mint
Thickness2.95 mm
Diameter32.7 mm
Inner Pack20
Outer Pack500
Denomination$50
ConditionCirculated
Face Value$50
Issuing CountryUnited States
Obverse DesignerJames Earle Fraser
Reverse DesignerJames Earle Fraser
Edge DesignReeded
SeriesAmerican Buffalo
CoANo
Capsule Size32 mm
Packaging TypePlastic Flip
Package Dimensions1.3 x 1.3 x 0.1
Metal Weight1 Troy Ounce

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    The American Gold Buffalo is one of the newest annual bullion products from the United States Mint. Introduced in 2006 as the first .9999 pure 24-karat gold coins from the US Mint, the program followed many of the tenets of American coin design in the modern era. The US Mint revived a classic design from the early 20th century for use on this bullion product. Right now, Gold Club Direct offers random year Gold Buffalo Coins for purchase by investors and collectors.

    American Gold Buffalo coins were created by the United States Mint as a means of competing with bullion coins from other sovereign mints struck in 24-karat gold. The official gold bullion coin of the United States, the American Gold Eagle, is popular around the globe, but is produced in 22-karat gold rather than 24-karat gold.

    James Earle Fraser’s 1913 Indian Head Nickel design was chosen for the obverse and reverse face of the Gold Buffalo program. Fraser was a native of Winona, Minnesota, and grew up on the American frontier in the late 19th century. The images he chose for the nation’s new five-cent piece reflected his vision of the American West.

    On the obverse face of each coin is the left-profile image of a Native American chieftain, which was created by Fraser by combining the facial features of three real-world tribal leaders. An engraving of Liberty and the year of issue are featured on this side.

    The reverse includes a depiction of Black Diamond, a resident bison at New York City’s Central Park Zoo in the early 20th century. The massive creature dominates the reverse face, with engravings of “United States of America”, “E Pluribus Unum”, “In God We Trust”, and the coin’s weight, purity, metal content, and face value surrounding it.