Silvertowne Mint USA Buffalo / Native Indian Silver 1/10 Round

Just in from the Silvertowne Mint in Indiana, USA, is this 1/10 ounce 9999 fine silver round which pays tribute to the famous ‘Buffalo’ Nickel coin which was struck between 1913 and 1938, although curiously, the animal on the coin is actually a bison! The original coins are also referred to as the ‘Indian Head’ Nickel but these days we use the term ‘Native American’. The combination of the two designs made this coin one of the most striking and popular designs on American coinage. These are beautiful frosted proof-like Brilliant Uncirculated silver rounds but we only have 100 available.
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SKU: FUS8320
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