2019 W $50 American Proof Gold Buffalo 1 oz NGC PF70 Early Releases Buffalo Label
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Buy 2019 W $50 American Proof Gold Buffalo 1 oz NGC PF70 Early Releases Buffalo Label
Both collectors and bullion investors have made the Gold Buffalo coin one of the most popular regular issues from the United States Mint.
This 2019-W 1 oz American Gold Buffalo (NGC PF70 Early Releases) has been certified by the expert staff at Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) with the highest possible grade, Proof 70! It also comes with the gorgeous Buffalo Label and earned the Early Releases designation.
This coin series is especially beloved for its classic design and the fact that it uses extremely pure .9999 fine gold. In other words, the coin is 99.99% pure gold!
In terms of precious metal content, the actual gold weight (AGW) of the coin is 1 troy ounce. It bears a face value of $50 as legal tender.
Each Gold Buffalo bears the famous composite portrait of a Native American man on the obverse. The design was created by engraver James Earle Fraser in 1913. The legend "LIBERTY" curls along the rim to the right, while the "W" mintmark for West Point and the year-date "2019" are found near the bottom-left.
The reverse is also the work of Fraser and shows an American bison (also known as a buffalo) facing left. The issuing nation "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" is inscribed at the top rim. Below, rim inscriptions indicate the denomination "$50" and the specifications "1 OZ. .9999 FINE GOLD."
As a proof coin, the relief devices of the coin design exhibit a light frosting that contrasts beautifully with the mirrored finish of the fields.
Whether you're a modern coin collector or a bullion investor, buy your 2019 1 oz American Gold Buffalo (NGC PF70 Buffalo Label Early Releases) with confidence from Gainesville Coins!
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