2010 Gold Buffalo ($50)
The 2010 Gold Buffalo is a 24-karat gold bullion coin produced by the United States Mint. The coin has a face value of $50 and contains one troy ounce of .9999 fine gold. The obverse of the coin features a profile of a Native American man, believed to be modeled after Chief Iron Tail, while the reverse features an American buffalo, also known as a bison. The design of the coin is based on the iconic Buffalo Nickel, designed by James Earle Fraser in 1913. The Gold Buffalo coin series was introduced in 2006 as the first 24-karat gold coin ever produced by the United States Mint. The series has since become very popular among investors and collectors, due to its high gold purity, iconic design, and the fact that it is produced by the US government. The 2010 Gold Buffalo is a highly valuable and sought-after coin, due to its high gold content and limited mintage. It is a great addition to any collection of gold coins or precious metals investments.
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