“Shuffle Off To Buffalo,” as the old song title went, but in this instance we want you to hasten off to buy some Buffalo one-ounce gold coins. We have in stock a small supply of those dated 2006 and 2007, with the original Mint boxes and papers (since lost for many other examples in the marketplace).
These reprise the beautiful design created by James Earle Fraser for the 1913 Indian/Buffalo five-cent piece, a motif which collectors consider to be among America’s finest. Generations later, the U.S. Mint used the same motif, carefully crafted in the dies and with excellent detail, to provide gold bullion coins, a form of the Fraser design never used during the era of the nickel.
Today, we offer you the chance to buy one example of your choice, or one of each date—beautiful coins, and a very nice addition to your collection. And, we all know, there is a certain comfort in owning gold coins. Each contains a full ounce. The numismatic premium is rather modest in comparison to the relatively low mintage of these in relation to one-ounce coins such as Kruggerands and the like. In “as issued” preservation—you can’t get finer than this!
Price $1,550 while supplies last. Contact Melissa Karstedt or Andrew Bowers at 866-811-1804 if you have any questions or would like to order.