1 oz Buffalo Silver Round
The 1 oz Silver Buffalo Round pays tribute to America’s Native tribes and the majestic, once-endangered buffalo, inspired by James Earle Fraser’s design for the 1913 Buffalo Nickel.
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Each 1 oz Buffalo Silver Round is made of .999 fine silver and weighs 1 troy oz. Individual rounds come in protective packaging, multiples of 20 come in plastic tubes, and boxes contain multiples of 500.
- Contains .999 pure silver.
- A popular investment option.
- Inspired by James Earle Fraser’s design for the 1913 Buffalo Nickel.
- Obverse: Showcases James Earle Fraser’s Native American profile design from the 1913 Buffalo Nickel, with the text "Liberty" in the top right.
- Reverse: Depicts Black Diamond, an American bison, atop a mound of dirt. Fraser sketched this design at the New York Central Park Zoo.
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Country of ManufactureUnited States
MintUnited States Mint
DimensionsDiameter: 39.04 mm
Average Thickness2.9 mm
ObverseShowcases James Earle Fraser’s American Indian profile design that was first featured on 1913 Buffalo Nickel along with the text "Liberty" located in the top right.
ReverseDepicts Black Diamond, an American bison (buffalo) that lived in the Central Park Zoo in the early 20th century, atop a mound of dirt. Fraser sketched this design in the New York Central Park Zoo.
PackagingRounds are sold in increment of 20 and come packaged in a tube.
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