The American Buffalo Series of Gold Coins has proven to be one of the most popular releases of its kind in history!
For our Preferred Collectors, we set aside the finest examples we could find of the "Early Releases." We sent them to be certified and graded by NGC and PCGS. Only those meeting the nearly perfect MS-69 grade or the Perfect MS-70 grade were sealed away in protective NGC and PCGS holders along with their certified grading certificates.
From a limited total mintage you now have, while they last, the rare privilege of owning one of finest examples of the 2013 American Buffalo Gold Coin.
We don't have to tell serious coin collectors that the classic designs of the American Buffalo on one side and Indian Head on the other have been guaranteed winners.
This design was adapted from the famous Buffalo Nickels that were circulating U.S. coinage until 1938. For that reason, the designs remain very popular with collectors today, which has been a huge attraction for the Buffalo Gold Coins.
By law, each American Buffalo Gold Coin is genuine legal tender. Each one contains one troy ounce of 24 Karat Gold and will never be worth less than its weight in pure Gold.
Each coin bears a $50 face value and the inscriptions United States of America, Liberty, E Pluribus Unum, In God We Trust, 1 OZ, and .9999 Fine Gold.
The American Buffalo Gold Coin series was originally minted to offer investors a 24 karat Gold Coin. However, the series has enjoyed a double demand from both coin collectors and Gold investors. This is especially true of these 2013 limited mintages.
It's a fact that no one can predict how high collector demand will be or how high prices could go. But so far, we are very excited about the early collector interest we've seen. It's always extremely important to put away the rarest and finest modern issues early, before premiums rise, and before collectors bid-up prices.
For a variety of reasons we are really excited about the investment potential for this year's Gold Buffaloes.
1. The 2013 American Buffalo will rise dollar for dollar with rising Gold price.
2. Once the minting is halted, collector demand should far outstrip the limited number of coins minted, leaving collectors forced to bid-up prices on the secondary market.
As always, we feel the time to put away modern coins is while the word of the low mintage has not yet leaked out, the premiums are still low, and you can find the coins you want in stock. We urge our clients to put away several of these beautiful and intriguing 2013 American Buffalo Gold Coins right now, before it's too late.