About 1 Oz Silver Buffalo Bar Sheet – Highland Mint
From the Highland Mint comes a stunning tribute to the Buffalo Nickel, one of the most famous and genuine coins ever created. This coin is crafted with razor-sharp precision from 1 Oz of pure silver.999 bullion purity. This design has never looked better at nearly double the size of the original buffalo nickel.
The bar, generally known as the buffalo nickel, was introduced in 1913 and proved an instant success. James Earl Fraser intended to design a currency that embodied the spirit of the American frontier, and the bar’s popularity indicates that he succeeded. This design remained in circulation until 1938 when the Jefferson nickel replaced it.
On the observe side of the bar, the weight is shown in troy ounces and reads “ONE TROY OUNCE.” The American Buffalo, an icon of the United States, is depicted in the bar, while the words “HM” and “FINE SILVER 999+” indicate the coin’s purity and the amount of silver and metal it contains, respectively. At the bottom of the bar, the words “Made in U.S.A.” are engraved.
The reverse side of the bar doesn’t have any writing or icon carved. Although you can see lines on this side of the bar, engraved diagonally that intersect each other, making small blocks on the entire side. This gives the bar a very attractive look.
- Consists of .999 or 99.9% fine silver bullion.
- The bar weighs a minimum of 1 troy ounce silver.
- Manufactured in the USA.
- Produced by the Highland Mint.
More About the Silver Bar
In the early 1980s, the Highland Mint opened its doors for business. They call the city of Melbourne in Florida their home base. They are well-known for the sports memorabilia, cards, and coins they produce, particularly for professional baseball, football, and other sports leagues. Additionally, they manufacture silver rounds and bullion items to a very high standard.
This collection of 10 silver bars arrives in the same condition as when they left the mint. They’re well-detailed and gleaming specimens. They would grade at the Mint State 65 level or above if they were to grade.