Do you regret not being part of the American History and equally regret not having any souvenir of history so far? Now you can own a symbol of American History with the 2013 $50 Buffalo Proof, which is a privately minted collectible from the National Collector’s Mint. This is an original Buffalo dollar that is the purest 24kt gold coin you could ever find. Not just that but this is also the first coin that was struck using .9999 24KT Gold.
2013 $50 Gold Buffalo Proof
What sets 2013 $50 Buffalo Proof apart from any other gold coin is the fact that it is based on the original Buffalo nickel of 1930-38 and is extremely popular with collectors and investors both. But, the production of the gold coin had to be stopped owing to the shortage of the coin plank. And because of this the cost of the special 2013 $50 Buffalo Proof soared to great heights as much as thousands of dollars. But the 2013 $50 Buffalo Proof is within your reach now and you can easily get the coin that is clad in 14 mg of pure gold.
The private non-monetary minting of National Collectors is the recreation of the renowned design of James Earle Fraser’s Buffalo Nickel design against the mirror like background on one side and the Native American’s head on the other. Originally the price of the 2013 $50 Buffalo Tribute Proof was meant to be finalized at $ 50 but in this offer it is available at just a fraction of that price, which is a steal considering that the price of gold is $ 1,700 per oz.
Also, as the verification of its authenticity, each 2013 $50 Buffalo Proof comes with a numbered certificate signed by Angela Marie (Bay) Buchanan, the 37th Treasurer of US and also by Barry M Goldwater Jr, who is the 14 year Congressman, which verifies that it is proof struck in 14 mg pure gold. The coin is available at a reasonable price for just a week and there is a strict limit of 5 coins per caller.
What do I get?
Get 1 2013 $50 Gold Buffalo Tribute Proof today for $9.95 + $4.95 S&H. Official website 2013BuffaloProof.com
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