Pt 34.783 Pd 31.832 Rh 147.893 Au 77.782 Ag 1.009
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1 Oz Buffalo Silver Rounds 

One of the most beautiful coins in US history, the Buffalo nickel remains very popular among numismatists. Nowadays, numerous private mints produce silver rounds and bars bearing a version of the original Buffalo design.

Better yet, 1 Oz Buffalo silver rounds are affordable and abundantly available. 


A coin and a round of the same design may look very similar to each other. They may have the same size, diameter, and thickness. Add to that the same weight and percentage of precious metal and you can see the source of confusion. (Buffalo silver coins)

However, that’s where the similarities end. On the one hand, coins are generally coined by a government mint. Government-minted coins generally have a face value, meaning they are legal tender. They often feature the mark of the production US Mint.

On the other hand, a round is coined at a private mint. It can have a similar obverse and reverse design as a coin, but it won’t have a face value. This means a round isn’t legal tender or denominated in a government currency. 

In general, coins tend to have a higher premium than rounds. Coins can be more popular with collectors while rounds appeal more to investors looking to get as much precious metal for their flat currency as possible. 

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