1 oz American Silver Buffalo Round

//1 oz American Silver Buffalo Round

1 oz American Silver Buffalo Round

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Description

Face Value : N/A

Purity : 99.9 %

Dimensions : 39.4 mm X 2.9 mm

Buffalo silver rounds are some of the most popular silver investment items being sold today. Like American gold buffalo coins their design is based on the Indian Head nickel, also known as the Buffalo nickel, which was minted between 1913 and 1938.

Buffalo silver rounds are not produced by the US Mint, but rather by a private mint, with the most popular version being produced by the Wall Street Mint. They have no official connection with either the Indian Head nickel or the American gold buffalo coin, but it is rather inspired by their design.

On the obverse of the Wallstreet mint issued round is a portrait of a Native American man along with the word “LIBERTY” at the top right edge. On its reverse is an image of a buffalo, along with the purity and fineness listing of “.999 FINE SILVER” along the top edge above the buffalo, along with the weight description “ONE TROY OUNCE” below the buffalo at the bottom of the coin.

Since they are not officially minted bullion coins but rather silver rounds, silver buffalo rounds can be bought at significantly lower premiums than officially minted silver coins like the American silver eagle. Please note that since buffalo silver rounds are generic rounds manufactured by a number of US Mints, the picture is generic, and the type of buffalo round that we have in stock may vary.

Please also note that these rounds are mass manufactured and the manufacturing quality of these coins is not in the same category as Eagles or Maples. They are low cost and often may have blemished, and discoloring. However, this does not affect value, since these are low premium bullion rounds. The price remains the main value propsition here, not quality.

Sources: http://www.goldnewswire.net/buffalo-silver-rounds