Gold Buffalo Coin Sets (BU & Proof)
Gold Buffalo Sets - In 2006, the United States Mint introduced its first and only 1 oz .9999 Gold coin: the Gold Buffalo. These coins were instantly a huge success, providing competition for the Canadian Gold Maple Leafs. In 2008, for one year only, the U.S. Mint produced four sizes of Gold Buffalos. This allows for a variety of sets to be created and easily purchased.
The Gold Buffalo coin is designed after James Earle Fraser's famous 1913 Type 1 Buffalo Nickel. The obverse shows the well-known Indian Head design, created by combining images of three Native American chiefs: Iron Tail (Lakota), Two Moons (Cheyenne) and John Big Tree (Seneca). The reverse features the classic buffalo design modeled after Black Diamond, the bison living in New York City's Central Park Zoo in the early 1900s, as well as inscriptions of the weight, denomination, and Gold content.
Gold Buffalo sets are a great way to purchase more Gold in one easy step. Additionally, there are options available for Gold Buffalo sets. You will find sets of Brilliant Uncirculated, Proof or Burnished Gold Eagles. You can also choose from sets featuring all years or different sets featuring all four sizes minted in 2008 only. Whatever you may be looking for, you are sure to find it here.
To view available Gold Buffalo Sets or to get Gold prices, click on the image below representing the Gold coin sets of your interest:
APMEX is pleased to offer an exciting set made up of the 10 most-popular Gold bullion coins from around the world minted in 2014. Each coin comes in an airtight holder, except the Panda, Buffalo and Tak.... Read More
This beautiful set includes all four sizes of Gold Buffalo coins and comes complete with box and certificate of authenticity. Read More
This Proof set comes in a brand new four slab mahogany finished wood display box. Read More
These 2008 Gold Buffalo coins come from the only year that fractional Gold Buffalos were minted! This set includes the 1/10 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz and 1 oz, all graded Proof 70 by NGC! Read More