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Money Metals Exchange is pleased to offer the .999 fine Buffalo one-ounce silver round. Silver rounds are not legal tender and do not purport to be numismatic items. Rather, they are a fantastic way to get more silver per ounce than most other options. These privately minted rounds are minted like a coin, but offer significant savings versus their government issued counterparts. Buy with confidence - silver rounds stamped with their weight and purity are highly liquid. Dealers and investors trade them in huge quantities throughout the country.
ABOUT THE DESIGN
Between 1913 and 1938 the United States minted the iconic "Indian Head" or "Buffalo" nickel. This design remains one of the most iconic in US minting history. Our Buffalo rounds are modeled after the famous James Earl Fraser design. It's back story makes it one of the most fascinating silver rounds to buy.
Native American (obverse) - They feature a profile of an American Indian on the obverse. The story behind the profile is an interesting one... No one really knows who the Native American featured in the picture actually is. Not even the man himself, (Fraser) could give an exact answer. He wrote that a combination of three separate Native Americans were used; Iron Tail, Big Tree and Two Moons, but he could not remember for sure. Later many others had self-proclaimed to be the model for Fraser's coin. After all these years, there's still no official answer as to who holds the honor of gracing the obverse of these beautiful rounds.
Buffalo (reverse) - An American Bison or Buffalo is featured on the reverse. Similar to the Native American, the story behind the picture has been a long debate. Fraser was not 100% sure of the specific type of buffalo he had drawn. He had mentioned that it was none other than the famed American bison Black Diamond from the Central Park Menagerie. (Central Park Zoo) One Bronx Zoo employee suggested that Fraser may have used Bronx, the bison herd leader around that time.
Each round is stamped with its weight and purity; 1 troy ounce of .999 pure silver.
|Quality / Type:||Bullion, Uncirculated|
|Metal Weight:||1 troy ounce (31.103 grams)|
|Diameter:||1.535 inches (39 mm)|
We are buying this item back daily, and we pay you promptly!
Our current buy pricing is $18.08 each and we will buy up to 5,000 ounces at this price. Simply call us on any weekday to lock pricing at 1-800-800-1865.
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