10 Oz Highland Mint Buffalo Silver Bar
10 Oz Highland Mint Buffalo Silver Bar
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10 Oz Highland Mint Buffalo Silver Bar

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Depicted anew on a beautiful silver bar, the buffalo is a popular design in North American bullion. One of the most powerful land mammals in the world today is the American bison. The largest land mammal in North America, the bison once roamed vast stretches of the North American continent from Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico and Florida’s Atlantic coastline up north toward New York. 

Bar Highlights:

  • Arrives in a plastic sleeve!
  • Contains 10 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
  • The obverse features an American bison in profile relief.
  • On the reverse side is a repeating image of the weight, purity, and metal content.
  • Minted ingots.

One of the most powerful land mammals in the world today is the American bison. The largest land mammal in North America, the bison once roamed vast stretches of the North American continent from Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico and Florida’s Atlantic coastline up north toward New York. 

Each 10 oz HM Buffalo Silver Bar in this product listing is available to you in brand-new condition. These silver bars are packaged individually inside of plastic sleeves and come with stunning visuals.

Known simply as the bison, American buffalo, or buffalo, the American bison used to roam a region of North America known as the great bison belt. By 9000 BCE, it is believed the buffalo were roaming vast stretches of grassland from Alaska and Canada in the far north to the Gulf of Mexico. By the 18th century, the buffalo is believed to have reached a peak in population around 60 million. However, beginning in the 18th century it was heavily targeted for hunting and poaching. Its habitat was significantly reduced as well with the last sightings along the Eastern Seaboard of the United States coming in 1750 with reports of buffalo near the Catawba River in North Carolina.

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