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Item Number: NK14083
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2019 Gold Buffalo PCGS MS70 FS
 
Gold American Buffalos hold the unique distinction of being America’s first coin minted in 24-Karat gold. Issued in 2006 as a mint store of wealth, the Gold Buffalo coin has become widely popular in the numismatic collectible coin market. These coins are ideal for gold coin collectors, gold buyers and retirement accounts.
 
Buffalo Gold Coin Design
 
The Gold Buffalo coin is designed after James Earle Fraser's famous 1913 Buffalo Nickel. The Gold American Buffalo obverse (Heads), depicts and Indian Chief in full headdress. The design was created by combining images of three Native American chiefs: Iron Tail (Lakota), Two Moons (Cheyenne) and John Big Tree (Seneca). The reverse (Tails), features the classic buffalo design modeled after Black Diamond, a 1,550 pound bison living in New York City's Central Park Zoo in the early 1900s, as well as inscriptions of the weight, denomination and Gold content.
 
• A welcome addition to any coin collection or gold portfolio
• Coins guaranteed for weight and purity by U.S. government
• Minted from 1 troy ounce of 24-karat gold mined in the USA
• Recognizable symbol of America
• Certified in perfect Mint State 70 – Flawless even under magnification
• Fully struck coin with lustrous surfaces – superb eye appeal
• First Strike status a perennial favorite with collectors
 
Condition Mint State 70 (MS70)
 
Coins are graded on a 70-point scale with “70” being absolute perfection. In 1948, Dr. William Sheldon, a renowned numismatist, developed the Sheldon Scale, assigning number grades from "1" through "70" to coins. The basis of Sheldon’s theory was that a "70" would be worth 70 times as much as a "1."
 
The numerical grades MS60 through MS70, are used to denote business strike coins that never have been in circulation. A Mint State coin can range from one that is poorly struck with many marks and hairlines (MS60), to a flawless, fully struck, lustrous example with superb eye appeal (MS70).