2001 Silver Buffalo Coins for Sale

The Silver Buffalo coin was offered to the public in June, 2001. In just two weeks after the release, half million of 2001 silver Buffalo coins sold out. Although 2001 silver Buffalo coin is a comparatively recent release, it is already highly prized with price rising well over the original selling price.

The commemorative coin is 90% silver and 10% copper, with a face value of $1 US dollar. To reflect the culture of Native Americans, the design of 2001 buffalo Silver coin is based on the classic design of Buffalo nickels from 1913 to 1938. One side of the silver Buffalo coin portrays the well-known American chief image by James Earle Fraser. “Liberty” and the minted year 2001 are printed around the Indian chief. The other side of the coin features a bison. “One Dollar,” “E Pluribus Unum,” “United States of America,” and “In God We Trust” are inscribed on this side of each silver Buffalo coin.

2001 Silver Buffalo Coin Specifications:
Face value: $1
Minted Year: 2001
Silver content: 1 troy ounce
Fineness: 0.9999
Weight: 31.104 g
Diameter: 39.62 mm

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