1 oz Silver Mason Mint Buffalo Round

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Overview of the 1 oz Mason Mint Silver Buffalo Round:

  • 1 Troy oz of .999 fine silver
  • Based on the iconic design of the original Buffalo Nickel
  • Guaranteed by the Mason Mint
  • Minted by a private refinery
  • A quality product at an affordable price
  • Design may vary based on the refinery

A replica of a much-loved American classic, this 1 Troy oz of .999 fine silver, is based on the iconic design of the Buffalo Nickel.

First released in 1913, the original Buffalo nickel continued to be minted until 1938. Designed by sculptor James Earle Fraser, the nickel famously featured the right profile of a Native American and an American bison on the reverse.

The private refiner homage to this much-loved classic replicates Fraser's design. The Obverse features the profile Native American, with the motto "Liberty" curved around the upper left rim. The reverse incorporates a replica image of the bison The five cents dollar value has been replaced with "1 oz. .999 fine silver" designating this piece as silver bullion with a one troy ounce weight of .999 fine silver. Although, the design may vary slightly depending on the refiner.

As with any replica or "round" produced by a private silver refinery, this is not legal tender, but it represents a sound investment at a cost-effective price.


Throughout history, Silver has proven to be one of the most popular commodities in the world and remains so today. In fact, in 14 languages worldwide "money" and "silver" are the same word. Today, Silver is outstripped only by oil as the most used commodity.

The relatively low price of silver, when compared to gold, makes it an attainable investment for first-time investors and a great way to build up your investment portfolio. Unlike Gold, Silver has remained impervious to confiscation from governments.

The demand for silver continues to rise based on its growing industrial use and the popularity of precious metals in countries such as China and India - increasing demand the world over.

We offer a variety of ways to invest in precious metals. Whether you're looking for gold or silver bars or coins, platinum or palladium, we can help you. Browse our website to see our extensive range of investments, helping to secure your financial future.

All of our products whether coins or bars are wrapped and packaged with care, ensuring safe delivery to you.

Specifications:

More Information
Purity .999
Mint Mark N/A
Metal Type Silver
Grade N/A
Coin Type Bullion
Modern or Historical Modern
Metal Weight 1 troy oz

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