The United States Buffalo Nickel was first issued in 1913 and was minted until 1938. The coin was issued as part of a drive to beautify American coinage and designer James Earle Fraser, a student of Augustus SaintGaudens, did just that. The Native American Indian was modeled after three different chiefs. The bison was inspired by the United States nickel which Fraser modeled after “Black Diamond” that resided in the New York Zoo in Central Park. The famous designs are featured on a large size .999 fine silver tackable round in brilliant uncirculated condition.
The obverse features a rendition of Native American with Liberty along the Stackable rim. The reverse has a bison standing on a mound. On the mound “1 Troy Ounce .999 Fine Silver.” All surrounded by the Stackable rim.
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Simply follow these three steps to buy gold and precious metals with TCBG:
1.Call TCBG at 1-800-982-6105 or submit an inquiry to speak with an Account Executive (AE) and request our free Investor’s Kit. Ask any questions you may have and review our important risk information.
2.Complete our Account Agreement and select your first acquisitions.
3.Confirm your selections and form of payment with a TCBG Client Service Representative.
Treasure Coast Bullion Group is always interested in buying precious metal bullion from the public. When you are ready to sell or liquidate a portion of your precious metal portfolio, give us a call at our toll free number, 1-800-982-6105, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Bullion We Buy
We purchase not only all the various bullion products we show for sale on our website, but also many other forms of precious metal not shown for sale. Please call us to tell us about the bullion you have for sale, so we can give you an assessment of your bullion, including whether we're interested in buying your bullion. For more examples of the kind of gold and silver we buy, please visit these links:
• Gold We Buy
• Silver We Buy
Pricing / Sale Process
Because precious metals prices change constantly, all orders must by placed by telephone so that prices can be locked in at the prevailing market. Prompt shipment is required; metals must be postmarked or shipped within two days of locking in your price.
Upon confirmation of your sale to us, we provide you a confirmation number.
Using your bullion for collateral
We do accept bullion for collateral on occasion. This option allows the investor to use there bullion as a down payment to finance additional metal through our TCBG Edge program. Please contact us and we will be happy to discuss the details of the collateral program.
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We make adding precious metals to your IRA easy and hassle free. If you haven't yet made your mind then please see more information on the benefits of adding precious metals to your IRA.
Set up a precious metals IRA account with a custodian: Treasure Coast deals with GoldStar Trust Company, a distinguished precious metals IRA specialist who specializes in managing Precious Metals within Traditional, Roth, SEP, Simple, and Self-Directed IRAs.
Name Treasure Coast Bullion Group as the bullion dealer for the new account and then fund the account via a direct contribution or roll-over funds from other existing accounts.
After receiving notification from GoldStar Trust Co. that the account is active, contact us and lock in a price for the bullion product you want.
To lock in your price simply call us at 1-800-982-6105. We will then notify Gold Star Trust who wires us the funds to satisfy your order.
We then ship the physical metal to GoldStar Trust Co. for receipt into their depository. GoldStar Trust Co. holds the exact precious metals you purchased at an internationally recognized precious metals depository.
Gold bullion and silver bullion were approved for IRAs in 1997. Previously, the only forms of physical gold or silver approved for IRAs were American Gold Eagle coins and Silver Eagle coins.
This change was especially beneficial to IRA investors who prefer silver because they now can select silver bars, which carry much smaller premiums than Silver Eagle coins. The change also permitted the inclusion of platinum and palladium in IRAs.