American Gold Buffalo Coins

About American Gold Buffalo Coins

American Gold Buffalo Coins were the first and only 24-karat gold coins offered by the U.S. Mint. American Gold Buffalo Coins represent the joining of elegant numismatic design with superior quality in gold coin production. Each is weighted at one ounce and contains .9999 fine gold. The imagery on the American Gold Buffalo Coin is referred to by collectors as the Fraser’s 1913 Type I design. American Gold Buffalo Coins are welcome in global investment markets and are eligible to be included in Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs).

American Gold Buffalo Coins possess obverse and reverse designs rich in the American numismatic heritage. These designs were originally created by sculptor James Earle Fraser and debuted to the public for the first time in 1913, continuing until 1938. During that time, American Gold Buffalo Coins became one of the United States’ most loved and most popular coins circulated.

American Gold Buffalo Coin Specs

  • Permissible for IRAs
  • Pure gold, 24 karats, .9999 fineness
  • Diameter: 32.70mm
  • Thickness: 2.62mm
  • Weight: 31.108g

Obverse: A Native American portrait to honor the United States’ first inhabitants.

Reverse: The buffalo, representing the United States’ westward expansion and pioneering spirit.

Adding American Gold Buffalo Coins to an IRA

For more information about adding American Gold Buffalo Coins to your existing IRA, former 401(k), or Gold IRA, or make a cash purchase for direct delivery, contact American Bullion toll free at 1-800-326-9598 to speak with a precious metals specialist.

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