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2014 1 oz Gold Buffalo $50 Coin NGC MS70 Early Releases

2014 1 oz Gold Buffalo $50 Coin NGC MS70 ER
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Why order this Gold 1 oz. 2014 $50 Buffalo

This 1 oz. Gold 2014 Buffalo is one of 180,500 that were struck from .9999 fine gold at the West Point Mint that year. 2014 was the ninth year of issue for the Gold Buffalo, the first .9999 gold bullion coin ever produced by the US Mint.

Traditional James Earle Fraser Designs

The obverse of this 2014 Gold Buffalo features James Earle Fraser's right-side composite portrait of a Native American man. His head takes up nearly the entire face of the coin. He bears a stern look and has feathers into his hair, which is long enough that it is tied down over his shoulder. The year of issue and Fraser's last initial, "F," are inscribed on his shoulder.

An American bison dominates the reverse. The massive beast is shown in left-side portrait, as Fraser used the full horizontal diameter as a means of portraying its size. Among the reverse inscriptions are the coin's face value, "$50," and its metal content, "1 OZ. .9999 FINE GOLD."

Perfect Mint State 70 Early Releases

Having been received by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) within a month of its initial release, this Gold Buffalo was certified as an Early Release. It was also given the grade of Mint State 70, the highest available, because graders did not find any flaws on it even when examining it under 5x magnification.

Take advantage of this opportunity to own this 2014 MS70 Gold 1 oz. $50 Buffalo.

Year of Issue:2014
Mint:U.S. Mint
Branch:West Point
Grading Service:NGC
Release Type:Early Releases
Finish:Mint State
Display Weight:1 oz
Weight in Grams:31.1032 g
Weight in Ounces:1 oz
Diameter:32.7 mm
Thickness:2.95 mm
Edge Type:Reeded
Country:United States
Legal Tender:United States
Obverse Design:Native American Head (modified Indian Head Nickel design)
Reverse Design:American Bison (modified Indian Head Nickel design)
Reverse Designer/Engraver:James Earle Fraser
Obverse Designer/Engraver:James Earle Fraser