The 1/4 oz Buffalo Copper round design is based on the Indian Head nickel, also known as the Buffalo nickel, which was minted between 1913 and 1938.
These 1/4 oz Buffalo copper rounds are produced by the Golden State Mint. They have no official connection with either the Indian Head nickel or the American gold buffalo coin, but are rather inspired by their design.
On the obverse there is a portrait of a Native American man along with the word 'LIBERTY' at the top right edge. On its reverse is an image of a buffalo, purity and weight below the buffalo and Golden State Mint above it. This round is made with 1/4 an avoirdupois (or bathroom scale) ounce.
In multiples of 20 these rounds will be shipped in a clear plastic tube.
|Buffalo - Weight - Purity - Copper - Golden State Mint|
|Indian Head - Liberty|
|Golden State Mint|