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The Buffalo - An America Classic in 24-Karat Gold

Posted on: 2016-01-07

Everybody loves the American Buffalo Nickel. Last struck nearly 70 years ago, James Earle Fraser’s immortal classic is still one of the world’s most popular coins. In 2006 the U.S. Mint brought the buffalo design back from extinction with its new, first-ever 24-karat gold coin.

Some of these coins have been independently graded and certified to be in Mint State 69 Superb Gem Brilliant Uncirculated condition by either PCGS or NGC, two of the nation's most reputable grading services.

The Gold Buffalo coin is steeped in American history. Its designs feature images originally prepared by James Earle Fraser for the now-famous “Buffalo Nickel” that was struck from 1913 to 1938. The Buffalo Nickel remains today one of the most popular American coins ever struck. Fraser’s design featured a profile of a Native American on the obverse and an American Buffalo on the reverse. Fraser said that the Indian profile was a composite of three Lakota and Cheyenne chiefs: John Big Tree, Iron Tail and Two Moons. The model for the buffalo was “Black Diamond,” then on display at New York City’s Central Park Zoo. Fraser's design is generally considered to be among the best designs of any U.S. coin — and now it graces America’s grandest gold coin. Here’s your chance to not only get America’s newest and purest gold coin — but an American Classic as well!!!

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