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1 oz Platinum American Eagles BU (varied year)$1,295.05 Add to cart
Platinum American Eagles – 1 oz (2020)$1,333.66 Add to cart
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2021 Australian Platinum Kangaroo 1 oz$1,174.51 Add to cart
1 oz – Platinum Australian Koala (Varied Year)$1,199.49 Add to cart
1 oz Australian Platinum Platypus (Varied Year)$1,203.67 Add to cart
2021 1 oz Austrian Platinum Philharmonic$1,169.51 Add to cart
1 oz Austrian Platinum Philharmonic (Varied Year)$1,166.51 Add to cart
2021 – Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf – 1 oz$1,169.49 Add to cart
1 oz Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf – Varied Dates$1,173.49 Add to cart
Investing in Platinum
Raw platinum is a precious metal that has only existed as an investment option since the 1980’s, and has a high value due to its dense structure and importance in the auto industry and medical devices.
Investing in Platinum is fairly new, yet prices are bound to rise for the same reason as gold and silver. Most platinum investment is through platinum coins. These coins may be new, but they do hold face value in many countries, including the United States
Platinum Bullion For Sale
Platinum bullion coins received authorization from the United States Congress and Mint for its weight and content in 1997, leading to the debut of American Platinum Eagles. These popular platinum coins include .9995 pure platinum, and have a face value of $100. This was the highest face value for any American coin, which is not unsurprising since it had its value set much later than gold and silver Eagles.
Our website contains several popular platinum bullion for sale online, including the following:
Platinum American Eagles: The United States Mint created five coin designs of the Platinum Eagles from 1998 to 2002, all of which are unique and valuable for collectors. In more recent years, at least 8 more official mints have been created. The coin has a $100 face value, and has a high rising value.
Platinum Maple Leaf: First introduced in 1988, the Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf includes Queen Elizabeth II on all coins. After 8 years of not producing the coin, new mints began in 2009, and have continued today.
Australian Platinum Coins: Australia has a number of raw platinum coins, including the Platypus, Kangaroo, and Koala. Like the Platinum Eagle coins, Australian platinum bullion coins contain .9995 pure platinum in a 1 ounce coin.
Isle of Man Nobles: The Isle of Man Platinum Nobles also includes Queen Elizabeth II, along with a Viking longboat.
We can also help you find any other platinum coins you may be looking for, simply reach out to us.
Why You Should Buy Platinum Bullion
Platinum is one of the rarest precious metals in the world, and was discovered only somewhat recently (in the 16th century, opposed to gold being used in ancient times). Despite being 20 times rarer than gold, most people don’t think of it as being quite as valuable. You can definitely use this to your advantage as an investor.
Much like silver, platinum is used in multiple industries, meaning it has more value beyond coin collecting and storing raw money. The industries platinum is part of, including cutting emissions and medical device technology, also suggest that it will become more important in the near future.
There are also practical reasons for coin collectors to be interested in platinum bullion, as they are resistant to corrosion and hold the same shine as silver.