1930s 5 Cent Gold Buffalo Black Ruthenium Plating

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The Buffalo Nickel as You’ve Never Seen It Before!


Issued from 1913-1938, America’s Buffalo Nickels are one of the most popular and revered coins ever struck. Designed by sculptor James Earle Fraser, the coin’s authentic “Wild West” images of a Native American on the obverse and a North American bison on the reverse have become so iconic that they were the designs used when the U.S. Mint began striking $50 Gold Buffalo series in 2006.


Now you can secure real 1930s-era Buffalo Nickel like you’ve never seen it before – layered in 24 karat gold and lavished with Black Ruthenium highlights on both the obverse and reverse. The effect is absolutely stunning, giving these 80-year-old coins a new-age twist that will look just as nice in your collection as they would as a piece of jewelry! And why not? Gold is everyone’s favorite precious metal and Black Ruthenium is a type of platinum metal that has a deep, dark hue  – only it’s 100 times rarer than platinum!


Add one or more of these superb collectibles to your cart now – get one for yourself and more to give away to family and friends.


  • EXCITING AND POPULAR DESIGN – America’s Buffalo Nickel features an obverse design of a Native American thought to be a combination of three tribal chiefs: Iron Tail, Big Tree and Two Moons. The reverse was modeled after Black Diamond, an American bison that lived at New York’s Central Park Zoo when the coin was designed.


  • HISTORIC 1930S DATES FROM THE 1930S – Each Coin in this offer was struck in the 1930s and displays a full date (dates vary).


  • LAYERED AND HIGHLIGHTED IN PRECIOUS METALS – You coin has been entirely plated with 24 karat gold and layered in Black Ruthenium to create a magnificent presentation piece.


  • AUTHENTIC LEGAL TENDER COINS – Your 1930s-Era Gold w/Black Ruthenium Plating Buffalo Nickel is an authentic coin from the 1930s with a 5 cents denomination. 


Everyone loves the Buffalo Nickel. Thanks to a special high-tech plating process, you can own a new version of the classic coin. Add one or more to your cart today.

Year of Issue (Dates May Vary)
Country United States
Composition Copper-Nickel - CuNi
Purity 0.2500, 0.7500
Condition Circulated
Denomination 0.05
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name U.S. Mint
Coin Weight 5 Grams - g
Dimensions 21.2mm