1oz AG Round - SILVER BUFFALO #110 (COATED) ...PRICE IS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE!!!
The Silver Buffalo pays tribute to America’s native tribes and the majestic, once endangered buffalo. Many of us remember the BUFFALO NICKEL, well this is called a SILVER BUFFALO or sometimes BUFFALO BULLION. Here is why...
Design originated from "Black Diamond", a 1,550 pound Bison (BUFFALO) located in New York’s Central Park Zoo in the early 1900’s. It is said that the designer, James Earle Fraser, sketched this mighty beast, atop a mound of dirt, as he sat in the park taking in some "fresh" air.
Depicts a combination of three different Indian chiefs who had posed for James Earle Fraser sometime in the early 1890s. The same design was previously used on Buffalo nickels from 1913 to 1938.
We have a few of these in stock and they were all done simultaneously and appear very similar. AND... THIS PRICE IS A SACRIFICE... INCREDIBLY DISCOUNTED... the work that went into these pieces and the price is too low to believe... You can select the one that interests you the most from the line-up of the pictures. HINT: They are LETTERED, include its letter in the options portion of your order and we'll make sure you get your choice Beautiful Buffalo(Bison) Bullion. James Earle Fraser's Indian Head nickel design is regarded among the best designs of any U.S. coin. Add this sought after Silver Buffalo to your cart today!
These pieces brings back a wild childhood memory... Having taken my Father's very RARE 3-LEG Buffalo Nickels and spending them on CANDY... Well, I was just a small boy and he always left his change on top of his dresser. The store was just down the hill on the corner and they knew me and the family. With a whole roll of nickels, I bought a lot of penny candy. However, I think the store got a little suspicious when the nickels were in a sealed acrylic tube with oil. But, for me... NICKELS were NICKELS
My Dad got his nickels back, I got my candy confiscated and, OH YES, a bare-bottom whipping with the belt. PUNISHMENT was PUNISHMENT and DISCIPLINE was DISCIPLINE. Ah, the good ol' days... into coins even back then.