2013 US Reverse Proof One Ounce Gold Buffalo Coin
In 2013, the United States Mint issued a one ounce 'reverse proof' buffalo.
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Reverse Proof Coin
The US Mint issued the coin in celebration for the 100th anniversary of the buffalo nickel.
Instead of a normal proof coin, which has a frosted design and shiny background, the reverse proof coin has a matt background and a shiny design.
The obverse shows the profile of an American Indian. It is a version of the buffalo nickel design, which was designed by James Earle Fraser. It first appeared on coins in 1913. The reverse shows an American buffalo.
The coin comes in a capsule, in a presentation box. It is issued with a certificate of authenticity.
Diameter = Diameter in millimetres
Weight = Gross weight in grams.
Alloy = Fineness of gold alloy
AGW = Gold Content = Actual gold content in troy ounces.
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