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1 oz Silver Round - Buffalo Design
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1 oz Silver Round - Buffalo Design

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1 oz .999 Silver Buffalo Rounds - New

ROUND HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
  • All rounds come in protective plastic. Larger orders may ship in tubes. Each round is in new condition. 
  • The obverse of each round shows a portrait of a Native American. 
  • The reverse of each round features "Black Diamond" - an American Bison standing upon a mound of dirt.
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This Silver Round features one of the most popular designs in U.S. coinage history, that of James Earle Fraser's famed Buffalo Nickel, originally minted from 1913 to 1938. It features a portrait of a Native American on the obverse, while the reverse shows "Black Diamond", an American Bison standing upon a mound of dirt. Mr. Fraser sketched this design while in the Central Park Zoo.

Although this coin features a design similar to that of one minted by the U.S. Mint, it is not an actual government issue and carries no actual face value. Mintmarks and exact designs may vary.

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  • Great Deal. Nice looking generic rounds for collection. Packaging came in flips that were in between my other orders.
  • Beautiful piece, I was in AWE when I saw it, can't beat it!
  • Lovely silver round. I was very satisfied with this addition to my collection.

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