The coloring is a little weird, maybe it's the lighting. Aside from that, I would have to say it's right there at XF45-AU50, still plenty of luster in the protected areas. The horn is a little flat but there is still some seperation to know it's not a lower grade.
Looks like the Indian & Buffalo were in a knife fight. A lot of scratches & gashes. Then maybe rubbed them down with olive oil to try to heal them. A nice high grade coin, but I see these as problems.
Oh, Give me a Home where the Gold Buffalo roam !
I would maybe put it in the low AU details range. Too me it looks like pin scratches on the obverse across the cheek into the feathers - just too lone and straight for anything else. And I am also assuming the colors in the picture are off. As mentioned this coin does still have some meat on its bones.
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Is the coin toned? its got some wild colors in the picture. I would agree with the grade and say its a low AU.
Yes its toned, quite attractively too.... the pics just dont capture it very well, it is more of a rainbow color.