There’s no mistaking that rumbling sound you hear. It’s emanating from the United States Mint and it signals the return of the Mint’s spectacular Gold Buffalo coins!
James Earle Fraser’s Iconic Design
In 2006, the Gold Buffalo was introduced as the very first highly pure 99.99% fine gold coin series to be struck by the United States Mint. Now in its 15th year of production, the Gold Buffalo continues to capture imaginations with its time-honored James Earle Fraser design.
From coins to ingots and beyond, gold comes in many forms. However, sometimes a design is so iconic, so ahead of its time yet reverent of the past, that it transforms the gold it graces into an object well beyond the sum of its parts. Instead of a piece of precious metal, you can hold a true work of historic American artistry in your hand. THIS is the legacy of the American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coin.
And now, you can bring this stunning 2021 One-Ounce Gold Buffalo home to your collection! Avoid the “Buffalo Stampede” that collectors and gold buyers will create for these coins and click one to your cart today!
FRASER’S BELOVED CREATION . . .— Using the original design created for the 1913-1938 Buffalo Nickel, James Earle Fraser’s stoic Native American portrait and standing bison look even more vivid and detailed when struck on a larger gold canvas that measures 32.7 mm in diameter. (Original Buffalo Nickels measured only 21 mm in diameter.) In addition, the textured fields on both sides add incredible gravity and contrast.
. . . EXPERTLY STRUCK IN HIGHLY PURE GOLD! – The craftspeople of the West Point Mint are acclaimed for their skill and attention to detail. It’s this talent that transforms each one-ounce planchet of highly pure 99.99% fine gold into a breathtaking work of numismatic art.
U.S. LEGAL TENDER – Each 2021 One-Ounce Gold Buffalo Bullion Coin is 50 dollars U.S. legal tender, as seen on the coin’s reverse.
BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED CONDITION – Your 2021 One-Ounce Gold Buffalo will arrive in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition, exactly as it left the West Point Mint.
These American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coins are not sold directly to the general public — you can only purchase them through a U.S. Mint-authorized buyer like GovMint.com. Due to their high purity and numismatic value, Gold Buffalos consistently experience high demand from both goldbugs and collectors. With history as our guide, we see our supply of 2021 Gold Buffalos selling out quickly. Don't wait; secure one —or several — of these 2021 American Buffalo Gold Bullion Coins today!
DID YOU KNOW?
The Gold Buffalo was the United States Mint's first issued 24-karat gold bullion coin.
Although Gold Buffalos are struck at the West Point Mint, they do not carry the "W" mintmark.
The Gold Buffalo's design was inspired by the 1913 Buffalo Nickel that was designed by James Earle Frasier.