2006 1 oz Gold Buffalo MS-70 NGC (First Strikes)

2006 1 oz Gold Buffalo MS-70 NGC (First Strikes)

When the American Gold Buffalo coin arrived on the scene in 2006, it immediately demanded a place among the world's elite bullion coins. These examples have the added benefit of being certified by NGC, one of the top two coin grading services.

Coin Highlights:

  • Contains 1 oz .9999 fine Gold.
  • NGC encapsulation protects and guarantees the perfect 70 condition of the coin.
  • The First Strikes designation guarantees that NGC received the coin within the first 30 days of its release from the mint.
  • Obverse: Rendition of James Earle Fraser's acclaimed 1913 Buffalo Nickel design of an American Indian.
  • Reverse: Image of Black Diamond, the largest American buffalo in New York City's Central Park Zoo in the early 1900s.

Protect and display your Gold Buffalo in style by adding an attractive display or gift box to your order.

Containing a full ounce of .9999 Gold and featuring iconic designs, it is easy to see why the Gold American Buffalo is one of the most popular Gold coin in the United States. Add this 2006 1 oz Gold Buffalo to your cart today!

The American Gold Buffalo pays homage to one of the most iconic coins in American history. First minted in 2006, the American Gold Buffalo was the first 1 oz Gold coin struck by the United States Mint containing .9999 fine Gold. The coin was created to compete with other pure Gold bullion coins on the market like the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf and the Mexican Gold Libertad, and saw immediate success. All American Gold Buffalos contain 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold; however, fractional sizes of this Gold bullion coin were minted in 2008 and this one year of production makes them highly collectible.

The design of this Gold bullion coin is based on James Earle Fraser’s iconic and wildly popular 1913 Buffalo Nickel. The obverse of the coin depicts the profile of a Native American man who was modeled after three different chiefs from Native American tribes: Lakota chief Iron Tail, Cheyenne chief Two Moons and Seneca chief John Big Tree. The reverse of the coin features the classic buffalo designed after Black Diamond, a 1,550-pound bison that lived in New York City’s Central Park Zoo in the early 1900s.

American Gold Buffalos are struck at the West Point Mint in New York. Known as the “Fort Knox of Silver”, the West Point Mint produces all American Eagle coins in Gold, Silver and Platinum as well as all Gold and some Silver commemorative coins.
Customer Reviews of 2006 1 oz Gold Buffalo MS-70 NGC (First Strikes)
2006 1 oz Gold Buffalo MS-70 NGC (First Strikes)
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A good buy with low premium

By  king

from delaware

5.0

A known grader (NGC) and the complete set that almost completed my MS70 Buffalo set. Very helpful on the phone and took time discussing coins.

Pros

  • Value (low premium over spot)
  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Easy to Sell
  • Mint Condition
  • Recognized Brand

PERFECT

By  Munbun

from Boston, MA

5.0

Beautiful coin. This is my first gold buffalo. I'll probably end up buying one MS70 FS from every year now. Can't go wrong when investing for both numismatic and intrinsic value. Note: I got this coin when purchasing a random year NGC/PCGS MS70 1 oz Gold Buffalo. GREAT deal!

Pros

  • Recognized Brand
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Attractive Design
  • Mint Condition

coin great pricing not best price

By  hannabal

from zionsville ,Pa.

4.0

bought product to fill out first strike collection

Pros

  • Mint Condition

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage)

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