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    2021 Gold Buffalo 1 oz BU (Random Year)

    $1,961.47
    First issued in 2006, the American 1 oz Gold Buffalo was the first .9999 fine Gold bullion from the U.S. Mint. This random-year listing offers an opportunity to add this sought-after series to your holdings at a compelling price.

    Coin Highlights:

    • Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
    • Individual coins come in protective plastic packaging.
    • Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
    • Obverse: Showcases a rendition of James Earle Fraser’s acclaimed “Buffalo Nickel” design of an American Indian in profile, originally minted in 1913.
    • Reverse: Depicts an American buffalo on the reverse which is a visual representation of the bison named Black Diamond who lived in the Central Park Zoo in New York City in the early 1900s.
    • Sovereign coin struck by the U.S. Mint and backed by the U.S. government.
  • Out of stock

    Bank/Wire Bank Wire (After 4.9% Cash Disc.)

    $1,961.47

    PayPal Check (After 4.9% Cash Disc.)

    $1,961.47

    Credit/Debit Card Credit/Debit Card

    $2,057.58

    Credit/Debit Card PayPal

    $2,057.58
    Gold Investment

    1 oz Gold Buffalo BU (Random Year)

    $1,961.47
    First issued in 2006, the American 1 oz Gold Buffalo was the first .9999 fine Gold bullion from the U.S. Mint. This random-year listing offers an opportunity to add this sought-after series to your holdings at a compelling price.

    Coin Highlights:

    • Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
    • Individual coins come in protective plastic packaging.
    • Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
    • Obverse: Showcases a rendition of James Earle Fraser’s acclaimed “Buffalo Nickel” design of an American Indian in profile, originally minted in 1913.
    • Reverse: Depicts an American buffalo on the reverse which is a visual representation of the bison named Black Diamond who lived in the Central Park Zoo in New York City in the early 1900s.
    • Sovereign coin struck by the U.S. Mint and backed by the U.S. government.