As low as $0.79 per oz over spot!
The 1 oz Silver Buffalo Round pays tribute to America’s native tribes and the majestic, once endangered buffalo. James Earle Fraser’s design for the 1913 Buffalo Nickel has inspired both images featured on this round. Mintmark and designs may vary.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Silver.
- Individual rounds come in protective plastic flips. Multiples of 20 come in plastic tubes and boxes contain multiples of 500.
- The design of these rounds is based on the original coin issued by the U.S. Mint. These rounds carry no actual face value.
- Obverse: Depicts a Native American with the motto ”LIBERTY” on top right.
- Reverse: "Black Diamond," an American bison (buffalo) atop a mound of dirt. Fraser sketched this design in the New York Central Park Zoo.
- Guaranteed by APMEX.
Protect and display your Silver round in style by adding an attractive presentation box recommended for this round.
James Earle Fraser's Indian Head nickel design is regarded among the best designs of any U.S. coin. Add this sought after Silver Buffalo Round to your cart today!
The history of the Silver Buffalo round
The Silver Buffalo round is a contemporary round that pays tribute to the original Buffalo Nickel, or Indian Head Nickel, minted from 1913 to 1938. The original was not Silver bullion, but a copper-nickel five-cent piece designed by James Earle Fraser, a student of the legendary sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens. The 1 oz Silver round design used was in use for 25 years on the Buffalo Nickel, and then disappeared until 2001, when the American Buffalo Commemorative coin was released. When you buy Precious Metals like Silver Buffalo rounds for your investment portfolio, you are also buying a piece of U.S. history.
Why invest in Silver Buffalo rounds?
This 1 oz Silver round delivers on an attractive design and an even more attractive low premium over spot price of Silver. This Silver Buffalo round is one ounce so it is easy to compare: See for yourself how close one of these beautiful rounds is to the current Silver Spot price. This Silver bullion round allows you to collect a larger amount of Silver over time, adding individual Silver Buffalo rounds to every order or in multiples of 20 in plastic tubes or boxes which contain multiples of 50 when you like the current Silver spot price. When you buy Precious Metal with an eye toward investment, you don’t always have to sacrifice beauty. This Silver round adapted from James Earle Fraser’s 1913 Buffalo Nickel proves it.
Buy Silver rounds when you want to balance out your investment portfolio.
Rounds, like the Silver Buffalo round, are Precious Metals that are round like coins, but they do not have a face value and are not legal tender. A 1 oz Silver round would be purchased primarily to own Precious Metals and hold physical Silver as an investment. When you buy Precious Metals in the form of Silver coins, you are buying a Precious Metal produced mostly by private mints for investment purposes. Unlike Silver bullion rounds, Silver coins have a face and legal tender status and are product by government mints. Modern Silver coins like Silver bullion rounds are often product for investment purposes as well.
Invest in Silver bullion and other Precious Metals that are always being traded around the globe.
When investors buy Precious Metals, they are usually very aware of the Silver spot price, which is the current unfabricated price of Silver in real time. Unlike stocks, Silver bullion and coins don’t have a daily closing price. Silver, like the Silver Buffalo round, is traded 24/7 as part of commodity markets around the world, the most important gauge for Silver prices today being the New York Commodity Exchange (COMEX). When you buy a 1 oz Silver round, you pay a premium price that is based on the spot price of Silver (the result of supply and demand around the world) plus mark ups for fabrication, distribution, minor dealers’ fees and any numismatic collector value.