Gold American Buffalo Coins

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American Gold Buffalo coins are one of the most popular 24k gold coins minted by a government in terms of overall sales volumes. These pure gold coins also demand some of the gold bullion industry’s highest gold coin buyback prices (the rate at which gold dealers are buying these gold coins back at). In general gold, dealers pay a price premium above the fluctuating gold spot price when buying American Buffalo Gold coins back from investors. This is often not the case with other less popular or well-known gold coins. American Buffalo Gold coin prices are based on the world’s fluctuating gold spot price. When physical gold supplies cannot properly meet demand, the premium or price per Gold Buffalo coin over the gold spot price can increase sharply (e.g. 2008 Financial Crisis gold coin shortage). These official 24k US gold coins also have low legal tender face values (compared to their precious metal market values) which assure these .9999 fine gold coins will not actively circulate nor compete with Federal Reserve Notes (most commonly called US dollars).

Gold Buffalos have higher prices when selling. American Buffalo 1 oz gold coins also demand perhaps the highest gold coin asking prices amongst other modern competing government 24k gold coins (e.g. 24k Canadian Maple Leaf gold coins or 24k Australian Perth Mint Kangaroo Gold coins). In summation, an American Buffalo Gold coin’s price per ounce will usually be both slightly higher when (1) buying and (2) selling them than compared to other competing high mintage 24k gold bullion coins.

The American Buffalos Gold coins is a throwback modification of James Earle Frasers Indian Head nickel design issued from 1913 to 1938. This modern 24k US gold coin has its obverse (or front of the gold coin) stamped with the profile of a Native American. He is said to be a mixture of 3 chiefs from different American Indian tribes (Two Moons, Big Tree, and Iron Tail). Also struck on this 24k US gold coin’s front is the motto ‘LIBERTY’ on the top right, the year of the strike on the bottom left, and below that the letter F for the last name of the .9999 fine gold coin’s designer (Fraser). The gold coin’s reverse (or back side of this 24k gold coin) is struck with the depiction of an American Bison (commonly miscalled a buffalo which are only naturally found in Africa and Asia). Above the bison’s gold back are the words ‘UNITED•STATES•OF•AMERICA’ and ‘E PLURIBUS UNUM’ (Latin meaning: out of many, one). Also struck on this official American 24k gold coin’s reverse backside is its $50 USD legal tender face value and 1 OZ .9999 FINE GOLD. Finally the motto, IN GOD WE TRUST is struck underneath the golden bison’s head.

Why we buy American Gold Coins? Since around the year 2000, there has been an overall increase in gold prices in virtually all currencies with record numbers of gold coins being sold to private gold investors worldwide. Since the financial crisis of 2008, the trend of online gold dealers selling gold coins and gold bullion bars to the investing public has dramatically increased as well. It has become quite common for investors to buy gold bullion online and take physical delivery in order to better diversify risks to their wealth and investment portfolios.

Including Gold American Buffalos and other Gold coins as part of your investment portfolio can be a good way to provide an inheritance to future generations or your significant other. Gold Buffalo coins like the 1 oz Gold Buffalo is usually seen as a safer investment than stocks that are more susceptible to inflation and global events. In addition, an ounce of Gold is an ounce of Gold no matter what country you travel to, and the demand for this Precious Metal, whether for electronics or U.S. Mint Gold coin collecting, shows no sign of deteriorating. Though the price of Gold has had some difficulties since Gold ownership was again legalized in the U.S. in 1975, the value of Gold has meant a good investment for many investors. 

Extremely popular Gold American Buffalos and other Gold coins are smart investments if you plan to keep these U.S. Mint Gold coins for a few years before selling them to fund your “rainy day” adventure. Though the price of Gold Buffalo coins and other U.S. Mint Gold coins varies based on condition and rarity, many investors enjoy a good return on their investment if they keep the Gold coins for at least three to five years. You will find that 1 oz Gold Buffalo coins are especially appealing because they contain .9999 fine Gold. In addition, U.S. Mint Gold Buffalo coins are easier to sell because the U.S. government backs them.

American Gold Buffalos Bullion Coins this is:

  • Guaranteed to have 1 troy ounce of fine gold.
  • USA legal tender with a $50 USD face value.
  • 24k gold coin with a .9999 fine gold purity.
  • Bought and sold with a price premium above the world’s fluctuating gold spot price.
  • May ship in protective flips, US Mint Tubes of 20, or a sealed US Mint Case of 500 coins.
  • Private investment & currently exempt from IRS gold dealer reporting in the USA.
  • Confidentially shipped to your door or to your non-bank gold storage account.
  • Also eligible for Gold IRA or Gold RSP investments.