Cart:

(0)

1 oz Copper Round - "Grand Buffalo" by D.G. Smalling, in TEP

1 oz Copper Round - "Grand Buffalo" by D.G. Smalling, in TEP

Rollover
to zoom

$4.79

Add To Cart

You could earn points ($) to invest in gold and silver when you make this purchase with The Bullion Card from APMEX

Learn More

Volume Discount Pricing QuickShip® Eligible
Quantity

Check/Wire

Crypto

CC/PayPal

1 - 24 $5.79 $5.85 $6.03
25 - 99 $5.49 $5.55 $5.72
100 - 249 $5.09 $5.14 $5.30
250 + $4.79 $4.84 $4.99
camera icon Your purchase will match the quality of the product shown.
Product Details
  • Product Details
  • Specifications
  • Sell to Us
Product Details
The 1 oz Copper Grand Buffalo round is an exquisite tribute to Native American heritage by artist D.G. Smalling. This round features Smalling's unique single-line style, portraying a central plains buffalo.

Round Highlights:
  • Contains 1 ADVP oz of .999 fine Copper.
  • APMEXclusive® round in tamper-evident packaging (TEP).
  • Obverse: Showcases D.G. Smalling’s “Grand Buffalo,” which is displayed in the Oklahoma City mayor’s office.
  • Depicts the Oklahoma Osage Shield from the state flag.
  • Guaranteed by APMEX.


Display your Grand Buffalo round securely by adding a single coin wood presentation box to your order.

Add this 1oz Grand Buffalo Copper round in TEP to your cart today!

Buffalo
The Grand Buffalo is one of D.G. Smalling’s most notable collections, paying tribute to Native Americans that paved the way for future generations by entering public office in the United States. Using his signature single line style, Smalling renders an abstract form of a central plains buffalo, a symbol of prosperity and tradition. Color is added to the empty spaces to bring out the defining features of the buffalo. This unique single line style comes from Choctaw hieroglyphics.

D.G. Smalling
D.G. Smalling is an Oklahoma Choctaw native artist. He is most known for his unique one-line, continuous drawing technique. During his early years, Smalling and his family left Oklahoma to do missionary work overseas. They lived in Switzerland, Cameroon and South Africa, where he found a passion for art. Although Smalling had always been exposed to art, he considers this as the pivotal point in his artistic development. After finishing high school in South Africa, Smalling returned to Oklahoma to study at the University of Oklahoma, where he earned a political science degree.

Every piece Smalling creates is one continuous line. This style is his reapproach to hieroglyphic art from his Choctaw heritage. Over time, this has evolved into what is known as contemporary southeastern neo-hieroglyphics. Smalling uses graffiti materials to make paintings because, although they are synonymous with defacement, he wants to “make beauty out of it.” All his art depicts nature, life and happiness since his goal is to bring more joy into the world.

Not yet rated. Be the first to Write a Review

Satisfaction Guaranteed

We provide all of our customers with a refund, return and / or exchange on everything we sell including all bullion and certified coins. If for any reason, you have a problem, please feel free to call us. We will always do our best to accommodate you.

Items in Cart (0)


There are no items in the cart.

APXIIS01