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1 oz Buffalo Silver Round (Varied Mint)

The 1 oz Buffalo Silver Round from Sunshine Minting, featuring iconic designs of a Native American and an American Bison and equipped with MintMark SI™ security, is available in brand new condition from Veldt Gold, purchasable with Bitcoin, Monero, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies.


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The 1 oz Buffalo Silver Round from Sunshine Minting, crafted from 1 troy ounce of .999 pure silver and showcasing the iconic Buffalo Nickel design along with Sunshine’s MintMark SI™ security feature, is now available in pristine condition and ready to ship promptly upon payment from Veldt Gold.

American history is rich with iconic images that evoke thoughts of bygone eras. Two of the most emblematic images of the American West are the buffalo and Native Americans. The 1 oz Sunshine Buffalo Silver Round beautifully captures both of these historical images.

Produced annually by various private mints across the United States, this particular round comes from Sunshine Minting, based in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Sunshine Minting is renowned for processing silver, gold, and other precious metals, and is a well-regarded manufacturer of private silver and gold bullion, as well as a supplier of silver blanks to the United States Mint.

The Native American image on the 1 oz Sunshine Buffalo Silver Round was originally designed by sculptor James Earle Fraser in 1913 for the Indian Head Nickel. It features a portrait of a Native American chieftain, with the word “Liberty” inscribed to the right of the round.

The reverse side of the round depicts the left-facing profile of an American Bison grazing on a small patch of land. The buffalo model for this image was reportedly an animal named Black Diamond, who resided at the Central Park Zoo in New York City around the time James Earle Fraser created the Indian Head Nickel. The phrase “One Troy Ounce” is stamped above the bison, while the purity and metal content are stamped below.

These rounds are now available for purchase at Veldt Gold, where you can acquire them using Bitcoin, Monero, Ethereum, and other cryptocurrencies.

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