The Hartford Gold Group Announces Exclusive Offering of 1.25oz Silver Canadian Buffalo Coins

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While Supplies Last: Highly Secure, IRA-Eligible Coins in 1.25oz Size

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We are proud to bring the Silver Buffalo Coin to retirement investors, because the noble American Buffalo perfectly represents America’s own spirit: resilient, proud and free.

The Hartford Gold Group today announced that is has acquired the exclusive rights from the Royal Canadian Mint to offer uncirculated Silver Canadian Buffalo Coins to investors from the 2015, 2016 and 2017 mintage years.

To learn more about acquiring Silver Canadian Buffalo coins, investors can call 800-462-0071 or visit http://www.thehartfordgoldgroup.com.

These uniquely-sized 1.25oz .9999 pure silver coins, designed and struck by master craftsmen at the famous Royal Canadian Mint, are minted in a highly limited annual supply of only 200,000 coins. The coins’ iconic design celebrates the proud heritage of America's heaviest land animal: Bison bison, known commonly as the North American bison or the American Buffalo.

All Silver Canadian Buffalo coins are IRA-eligible, and the 2017 Buffalo features unique security features found in no other silver coin in the world. These include precise radial lines and a micro-engraved, lasered maple leaf in the coin field. Inscribed in tiny detail in the leaf is the number "17," signifying the year of mintage.

While supplies last, The Hartford Gold Group will be providing wholesale pricing, free shipping and other valuable incentives to clients on these highly collectible coins. These coins also qualify for up to 3 years of free storage for IRA accounts.

"We are proud to bring the Silver Buffalo Coin to retirement investors, because the noble American Buffalo perfectly represents America’s own spirit: resilient, proud and free," said Sanford Mann, Chief Executive Officer of The Hartford Gold Group. "Investors seeking refuge from the overheated stock market will love this .9999 pure silver, IRA-eligible coin with important security innovations."

The Canadian Buffalo coins feature Queen Elizabeth II on the face in iconic profile, designed by Susanna Blunt. On the reverse is a portrait of an American buffalo in its natural habitat by Canadian artist Vanessa Miller. Viewed from its left side, its shaggy beard, powerfully muscled, hunched back, and upturned horns are presented to stunning effect.

Silver Buffalo coins are available as single coins, in 20-coin Mint tubes holding 20 coins, and 400-coin "monster boxes."

ABOUT THE AMERICAN BUFFALO For millennia, the American buffalo and its Holocene ancestor dominated much of central North America, from what is now Alaska, down through the Canadian prairies and American Midwest, as far south as central Mexico and as far east as near the Appalachians of the United States.

In the tens of millions, bison wandered along ancient feeding routes so well worn that they are still visible from the air today. Many of these routes, particularly in the United States, eventually became wagon trails and railway beds. By the end of the nineteenth century, though, over-hunting and large-scale exterminations by European settlers had reduced buffalo numbers from more than 60 million to only a few hundred.

Fortunately, epic conservation efforts have helped to bring the numbers of wild bison back up to over 30,000 in Canada and the United States today.

ABOUT THE HARTFORD GOLD GROUP The Hartford Gold Group (HGG) is a Los Angeles, CA-based company that has built its reputation on helping individuals and families diversify and protect their wealth with precious metals. The company’s 5-star Customer Satisfaction Rating can be viewed at http://www.trustpilot.com.

Through its website, publications and expert product specialists, The Hartford Gold Group offers a wealth of precious metals market information and historical perspective that empowers both new and experienced investors.

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