OnlyGold Buy and Sell Gold Coins
The Definitive Site For Gold
1-800-800-4485
Contact Us
spacer

Ounce CoinsSpecialsBuy From UsSell To Us

American Gold Buffalos

Buffalo

This .9999 fine bullion coin is the US Mint’s first pure gold coin, and we have the 2014-dated Buffaloes in stock. Each coin is inscribed with the weight, denomination and gold content on the reverse and comes individually sealed in Mylar plastic, packaged 20 to a sheet.


Minimum order is three ounces.
Prices are per gold bar with quantity discounts shown.
All prices includes USPS Registered insured delivery.
Signature required upon delivery.

These prices are based upon the spot gold price of:  $1,298.13

Prices as of: Sunday, September, 24,  2017   11:48AM Eastern time.  


Quantity prices per coin >
3 Coins
10 coins
20 coins
50 coins
100 coins
500 coins
spacer
American Buffalo .9999 Ounce
$1,370.50 $1,358.50 $1,357.10 $1,355.80 $1,354.50 $1,353.10
$30 S&H for orders less than 10 ounces.

 


The official United States Mint
American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coin

Production of these highly anticipated coins is authorized by Public Law 109-145, dated December 22, 2005, also known as the Presidential $1 Coin Act.

The new American Buffalo Gold coin’s obverse and reverse designs feature images originally prepared by noted American sculptor James Earle Fraser, once a student of Augustus Saint-Gaudens, for America’s 5-cent coin (nickel).

That popular coin, known as the Indian Head, or Buffalo, nickel was introduced in 1913 and showcases the native beauty of the American West.

The Native American depiction on the coin’s obverse is believed to be based on three different Indian chiefs – two of whom were named by the designer as Chief Iron Tail and Chief Two Moons – who modeled for Fraser as he sculpted its design. Conflicting statements exist on the third Indian as being either Chief John Big Tree of the Onondaga tribe, or John Two Guns, son of White Calf.

It is widely believed that the bison on the coin’s reverse was modeled after "Black Diamond," a popular attraction at the New York Zoological Gardens.

In the first year of the coin’s issuance, 1913, there were two distinct varieties, the first showing the bison on a mound and the second with the base redesigned to a thinner, straight line. American Buffalo Gold Coins bear the original Fraser Type I design.


American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coins are the first .9999 fine 24-karat gold coins ever struck by the United States Mint.

The Presidential One Dollar Coin Act of 2005 authorizes the Secretary of the Treasury to strike one ounce, .9999 fine gold bullion coins.

The designs are based on the original 1913, Type I Buffalo nickel, as designed by James Earle Fraser.

The obverse features a profile representation of a Native American.

The reverse features an American Buffalo (also known as Bison).

Diameters of the various issues will be exactly the same as the Eagles, but of course each Buffalo will be slightly thinner as it lacks the extra bulk of alloy present in the Eagles. The American gold Eagle program will continue to be struck, as it has since 1986, in all four sizes of .917 fine gold.

Packaging for the new gold Buffaloes will consist of each coin sealed in a mylar-like plastic sheet, configured 4 rows of 5 coins each. These 20-coin sheets will come from the Mint in boxes of 500 1-ounce coins per box.

 

Spot Prices Emailed to You Daily

* indicates required

Receive ARTICLES OF INTEREST & SPECIAL OFFERS if you like

Emails will come from CMI Gold & Silver, which now owns OnlyGold.com.

CMI Gold & Silver

Onlygold.Com BBB Business Review

Onlygold did business at the same location for more than sixteen years. CMI Gold & Silver Inc. has done business from three locations in Phoenix since 1973.

Both firms are Accredited Businesses with the Better Business Bureau, and neither firm has had a complaint filed with the BBB—ever!

In addition to having really strong bids on gold, silver, platinum, and palladium in coin and bullion form, we also purchase a wide range of numismatic coins.  We have especially strong bids for old US gold coins.

OnlyGold.com is owned & published by CMI Gold & Silver Inc. Copyright – CMI Gold & Silver Inc. All rights reserved.

All checks, shipments, and correspondence should be sent to:

CMIGS 3800 N. Central Avenue, 11th Floor, Phoenix, AZ 85012