1 Oz Gold American Buffalo Coin (Random Year)




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235Gold coins are one of the most valuable forms of investment in precious metals that you can make. The 1 oz Gold American Buffalo Coin has been produced every year since 2006 after the authorization by Congress in early 2002 under Public Law 107-212 by the U.S. Mint as its official 24-karat gold bullion coin. This means that each of these gold buffalo coins contains 1 troy ounce of .9999 fine gold and weighs about 31.1 grams(about 1 troy ounce).

The American Buffalo Gold Coin comes in four different sizes each having its own unique face value, but all are produced with their stated amount of pure 24 karat gold content. It carries legal tender status like other U.S bullion coins(which means your bank will recognize it as payment for debts).

The American Buffalo 1 oz gold coin is minted at the U.S. Mint’s facility in West Point, New York, and contains 99.99% pure gold(24 karats) gold. It has a face value of $50 USD and is typically bought and sold based on market price rather than the face value. In the first year of production, 2006, the American Buffalo gold coin was minted in quantities of 5,00,000 coins; however, this figure increased dramatically since then to record levels and is expected to continue growing.

 While they are plentiful, they are also beautiful coins for a collector to own as well.  The year of mintage may vary depending on the availability of the coin in our inventory.

Design of American Buffalo Gold Coin 1 Oz (Random Year)

The obverse side of 1 oz Gold American Buffalo Coin features James Earle Fraser’s iconic design known as “Buffalo Head Nickel”, which was originally used on Indian Head or Buffalo Nickel from 1913 to 1938. The image shows a Native American chief wearing a traditional featured headdress. He is facing right with his hair done up in braids. He is facing right with his hair done up in braids. The Noble Native American on the obverse is believed to be an aggregate based upon the chiefs of differing tribes: Two Moons of the Cheyenne, Big Tree of the Kiowa, and Iron Tail of the Lakota Sioux. The year of mintage and the word “LIBERTY” are inscribed on the obverse of this coin.

The reverse shows a majestic American buffalo gold coin 1 oz, the designs are based on the Black Diamond, a 1560-pound bison that lived at New York City’s Central Park Zoo in the early 20th century. Initially, the Bison with head lowered as if ready to charge; but no curl or tail visible while standing on plain ground was featured. It was only in the later design stages that the buffalo was given a tail and a three-quarter turn to face right onto the coin’s reverse. “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” arches across the top of the design, while “E PLURIBUS UNUM”, “In GOD WE Trust” and “$50 1 OZ. FINE Gold” arc along its bottom edge.

Additionally, we have 1/4 oz Gold American Eagle Coin, British Sovereign Gold Coin, and Chinese 1 oz Gold Panda Coin.

Main Highlights of 1 oz American Buffalo Gold Coin

  • Contains 1 troy oz of .9999 pure gold.
  • Produced by the US Mint.
  • Eligible for Precious Metal IRAs.
  • Bears a face value of USD $50 backed by the federal government.
  • The noble Native American is depicted on the obverse.
  • The American Bison that once lived at the Central Park Zoo in New York is featured on the reverse.

Product Specifications: American Buffalo 1 Oz Gold Coin

Specification  Details
Brand  US Mint
Weight  1 troy oz
IRA Approved Yes
Purity .9999
Thickness 2.95 mm
Diameter 32.7 mm
Made United States

We also carry the American 1 oz Gold Eagle Coin, & 1 ounce Britannia Gold Coin.

Buy 1 Oz Gold American Buffalo Coin at Bullion Trading LLC

Due to its high purity and gold content, the 1 oz Gold American buffalo coin is a gold investment that may be sold for a price above the price of gold itself. 1 oz Gold American Buffalo Coins are a classic for gold dealers or collectors to sell to or purchase from people who collect gold-colored objects like coins or bars since they feature lovely designs.

At Bullion Trading LLC, we offer a variety of gold coins from recognized mints across the world. Our entire line of precious metal products is genuine in every way. As a bullion dealer situated in New York City, we offer affordable prices and rates on gold bullion coins and bars. We also deliver gold coins anywhere in the United States. We sincerely hope you enjoy and learn from our website.

If you have any questions about 1 oz gold American Buffalo coin or our other gold bullion items, please give us a call at tel: (646) 362 3536.


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Is there any gold plating on 1 oz Buffalo Gold Coin?

No, these coins have not been plated at all; however, some customers may notice some gold toning on their coin after it has been in circulation or stored for a period of time.

Are the American Buffalo Coin produced by the US Government?

No, they are actually made at West Point Mint located in New York; however, they do have a face value of $50 USD.

Are Gold Buffalo coins a good investment?

The American Buffalo coins carry a face value of $50. It is a good investment and a good collector coin that can hedge against inflation or move money into a safer form of currency for any potential turmoil.

What is the best 1 oz Gold Coins to buy?

Some of the best gold coins to buy are 1 oz Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin, 1 oz Kangaroo Gold Coin – Perth Mint, 1 oz American Buffalo Gold Coin, and 1 oz South African Krugerrand Gold Coin.

Can I buy gold from US Mint?

No, bullion coins are not sold directly by the US Mint. You can buy the gold bullion products minted by the US Mint by visiting the Bullion dealers such as Bullion Trading LLC in New York.

Where are gold Buffalos minted?

Gold Buffalos coins are struck at the United States Mint at West Point, New York. While they are struck at West Point, Gold Buffalos Bullion coins do not have a mintmark.

Is Gold safer than cash?

When it comes to storing wealth, gold can be much more productive than cash. When inflation is taken into account, the cash may actually lose value. Gold has a proven track record of long-term stability.