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2017 1 oz Gold American Buffalo - PCGS MS70 - First Strike Flag Label

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    • Title: 2017 1 oz Gold American Buffalo - PCGS MS70 - First Strike Flag Label
    • Purity: .9999
    • Metal: Gold
    • Weight: 1 oz

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    What began as the first 24-karat gold bullion series of coinage released by the United States Mint has turned into one of the most recognized and beloved programs known to coin collectors and investors around the world. Famous for it's iconic design first minted in 1913 on the Indian Head Nickel, the 2017 1 oz Gold American Buffalo continues the legacy of the Buffalo Nickel in starling detail and quality.

    First minted in 2006, the 2017 Gold Buffalo is a strong investment opportunity for those looking to increase their tangible assets this new year.

    The Obverse

    Shown on the front of the 2017 Gold buffalo is the rightward facing portrait of the famous Native American profile first minted on the Buffalo Nickel and designed by artist James Earle Fraser. Part of the American renaissance of our monetary system's designs, the design has become a beautiful representation of American western culture. Almost a completely faithful rendition of the Buffalo Nickel design, the only design differences are the change in date shown on the lower left of the coin.

    The Reverse

    The back of the coin features the coin's namesake from it's original release in 1913 showing a beautiful American Buffalo in profile facing leftward. Needing a subject in which to base his design, Fraser visited the Central Park Zoo and studied the resident buffalo, Black Diamond, who was said to have steadfastly refused to show the artist his profile. Shown below are the inscriptions for the coin's denomination, weight and purity.

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