Here’s your chance to own the magnificent 2001 Buffalo commemorative silver dollars, struck to help fund the Smithsonian’s popular new National Museum of the American Indian. Minted in 90% fine silver and with the traditional silver dollar diameter of 38.1 mm, these beautiful coins re-create sculptor James Earle Fraser’s original Buffalo nickel design of 1913. The obverses bear the profile of a Native American chieftain, while the reverses feature an American plains bison.
When issued in 2001, the Buffalo commemorative dollars sold out at the U.S. Mint in just 15 days! This sought-after 2-coin set in the original U.S. Mint display case contains a Choice Uncirculated MS-63 silver dollar struck only at Denver with mintage of 227,131 – and a Choice Proof PR-63 silver dollar struck only at Philadelphia with mintage of 272,869. Don’t miss out on these limited-issue silver dollars featuring the most uniquely American coin design ever created!
- Material: Silver
- Product Type: Sets
- Commemorative Series: American Buffalo Commemoratives (2001)
- Year: 2001