5 oz Silver Buffalo Bar


1-4 $132.84 $138.38
5 - 19 $131.34 $136.82
20 - 99 $130.34 $135.78
100 and more $129.34 $134.73
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5 oz Silver Buffalo Bar Description:

James Earle Fraser's famous design of the Indian Head Nickel is extremely popular in American coinage and is the inspiration for the 5 oz. Buffalo Silver Bar. Each bar is minted with .999 fine silver. The Native American prominently displayed on the front of the silver bar is the assimilation of three Native American chiefs. The reverse of the bar is a depiction of the American Buffalo. The design is believed to be modeled after a bison living in early 1900s at the Central Park Zoo in New York. Black Diamond was the name of the bison and his image lives on in these beautiful 5 oz. silver bars.

Bar features

  • Iconic James Earl Fraser design of the Indian Head Nickel
  • 5 Troy oz. of fine .999 fine silver
  • Proudly Minted in the USA

The Silver 5oz Buffalo Bar is popular among investors looking for a low premium over spot price and an investment that allows them to build a substantial portfolio of fine silver in a relatively short period of time.

Each bar is 5 Troy oz. of .999 fine silver is privately minted in the United States.

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More Information
Product Type Bar
Purity .999
Mint/Refinery Silvertowne
Metal Type Silver
Grade Raw
Coin Type Bullion
Metal Weight 5 troy oz
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