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US Mint Coins for 2009
World Coin Mints
New small size Buffalo Gold Coins
Released by US Mint
It’s official – Real Gold – Real small –
Real buffalo designs
Since 2006 the US government has been selling gold buffalo coins to collectors and coin investors in the large one ounce size. Modeled after the Buffalo Indian Head nickel made in the early 1900’s the 2009 coin design features an Indian’s head (in full headdress) on one side and a US Buffalo (Bison) on the other.
Pictures of gold Buffalo Indian head coin
Buffalo Indian-Head small size gold coins available
The mint is now selling 2008 Buffalo-Indian Head gold coins in smaller sizes. Collectors can choose from Tenth, fourth, half, or one ounce sizes. These fractional gold coins will make it possible for coin collectors and the investing public to buy gold in small increments. Now a person may be able to add a small size gold buffalo coin to their collections.
Two Types of Gold Buffalos issued in 2008
As with many versions of coins bought directly from the government, the US mint began selling proof and uncirculated 2008 Buffalo coins. If you buy the Proof version, you will receive a special coin with a mirror-like surface. The uncirculated Buffalo gold coins are also called “bullion” versions, as they will not cost as much as the proof coins. They will have a matte uncirculated surface, which kind of has a slight wavy field or background. Both types of coins, proofs as well as the bullion uncirculated coins, will be minted in four different sizes. The same sizes and options are planned for the 2009 gold buffalo US coins
2009 Buffalo gold coin purchase options:
Collectors and investor are always interested in a coin’s price. “What will they cost me?” “How much will I have to pay to buy one?”
Can I afford a gold coin?
Buffalo Coin Packaging
Proof buffalo gold coins are to have the West Point Mint mark – a W on
them. The US mint has not hinted about other mint mark
varieties for the 2009 gold buffalo coins.
The US mint has not hinted about other mint mark varieties for the 2009 gold buffalo coins.
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