American Gold Buffalo 1 oz
Dates – Our Choice – Investment Grade
The regular issue non-proof production American Gold Buffalo 1 oz (Dates Our Choice – Investment Grade) is notable and popular because the premium over content is small. This series is also the first pure (24-karat) gold coin to be authorized by the US Mint. The US Mint began producing this pure 1 oz gold bullion coin in 2006 and has continued yearly production ever since.
The front of the American Gold Buffalo 1 oz coin features a rendition of the 20th Century James Earle Fraser composite Native American Indian first seen on the familiar Indian head or Buffalo nickle struck between 1913 and 1938. The word LIBERTY and the coin’s date are prominent. The letter “F” under the date is the designer’s initial.
The reverse features a buffalo whose origin dates back to an actual buffalo named Black Diamond at the New York Zoo. The reverse also features the usual UNITED STATES OF AMERICA – E PURBUS UNIUM – IN GOD WE TRUST – the symbolic $50 face value and the coin’s weight and purity – 1 OZ .9999 FINE GOLD.
A popular bullion coin for many reasons: (1) The American Gold Buffalo 1 oz appeals to a worldwide audience because its weight and purity is guaranteed by the United States. (2) The coin is a popular Individual Retirement Account choice. (3) The American Gold Buffalo 1 oz is easy to buy and sell because dealers post daily buy and sell prices.
The US Mint ships the American Gold Buffalo 1 oz 2017 to distributors in plastic protective sheets measuring 12 inches by 16 inches and containing 20 gold coins. The US Mint ships larger orders in hard cardboard boxes containing 25 sheets of 20 coins for a total of 500.
Because these brilliant uncirculated coins come from the US Mint in sheets they are better stored flat to preserve the plastic integrity. Some distributors however repackage these pure gold coins in hard plastic CoinSafe tubes. The packaging choice is yours and we are happy to follow your instruction.
The American Gold Buffalo 1 oz 2017 is not dealer reportable on Federal Form 1099B when the public either buys or sells.
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