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Sale 100 Ozt Silver Bars as Low as 2.50 above spot. In-store only.
Platinum and Palladium bullion coins in Bullion Trading are accessible and available in various designs and sizes, obtainable in a wide range of budgets. Platinum and Palladium coins from reputed Platinum and Palladium merchants can be beneficial to investors of all types. Because of their design, scarcity, and demand, platinum and palladium coins are frequently used as collecting investments. New coins are made every year in various variants, some of which may never be manufactured again.
Platinum coins are used as a medium of exchange. These coins proved to be unworkable as a form of currency: platinum mimics a variety of less costly metals, and unlike the more malleable and ductile silver and gold, it is extremely difficult to work. Since 1978, several commemorative coin sets have been released, which have proven to be popular among coin collectors.
Palladium coins are composed of the rare silver-white transition metal palladium and are a type of currency. ISO 4217 assigns the code XPD to palladium. The first edition of Palladium coins was minted in 1966.
Platinum and Palladium are unusual Precious Metals in that they are sought after by investors but are frequently overlooked due to the excitement surrounding Gold and Silver. When compared to Gold and Silver, investing in Platinum and Palladium can be limited due to a lack of product variety. The significance of Platinum and Palladium in industrial applications, on the other hand, cannot be overstated.
Some of our most popular Platinum and Palladium coins are listed below:
American Platinum and Palladium Eagles:
Collectors and investors all around the world prize the Platinum American Eagle which is .9995 pure platinum. These coins are the United States Mint’s only investment-grade Platinum coins, having been released in 1997. It is the only coin that the US government guarantees in terms of weight, content, and fineness (.9995). The American Eagle Platinum has been one of the most extensively traded Platinum Bullion coins in the world since its release.
Palladium coins were introduced to the American Eagle program in 2017, marking the first new metal introduced in more than 20 years. The obverse of these 1 oz Palladium Eagle coins is based on the conventional Mercury dime obverse, with a reverse designed by Adolph Weinman in 1907. Each piece is made of.9995 fine Palladium and weighs 1 oz.
Austrian Platinum Philharmonic:
The Austrian Mint released its first Platinum bullion coin in 2016, featuring the Vienna Philharmonic’s historic design. The Austrian Philharmonic Platinum coins are.9995 fine Platinum pieces produced by the Austrian Mint in Vienna. The Platinum Austrian Philharmonic coin has the same design as Europe’s leading bullion coin, the Gold and Silver Philharmonic. The Great Pipe Organ in Vienna’s Golden Hall, which houses the Philharmonic Orchestra, is depicted on the obverse of the Platinum Philharmonic coin. The reverse of the Platinum coin features a mix of instruments from the world-famous orchestra.
Australian Platinum Kangaroo:
The Perth Mint is proud to announce the first 1 oz Platinum bullion coin featuring an Australian Kangaroo. The Perth Mint struck the piece from 1 oz of.9995 pure Platinum in bullion purity, and it is legal tender in Australia under the Australian Currency Act 1965.
British Platinum Britannia:
A reassuringly familiar presence, standing watch at the edge of the coastline, a sign of power and development is the British Platinum Britannia coin. Coin collectors around the world are very fond of adding these collectible Platinum coins to their precious metals collection. To investors all around the world, coins with these images represent the British minting tradition.
Canadian Platinum and Palladium Maple Leafs:
The Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf proofs, one of the three major Platinum bullion coins, have long been the benchmark Platinum coin in Platinum dealing for decades. The Royal Canadian Mint produces the Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf, which was first coined in 1988. Canadian Platinum Maple Leafs were available in one-ounce and several fractional sizes between 1988 until 2001 when they were minted. The Mint reintroduced the Platinum Maple Leaf in a one-ounce size in 2009. The Platinum Maple Leafs are legal tender in Canada and are.9995 fine Platinum with a face value of CAD 50.
The Palladium Maple Leaf coin which was first minted in November 2005, is the most recent addition to the Royal Canadian Mint’s Maple Leaf bullion coin series. The Royal Canadian Mint introduced the Palladium Maple Leaf as its first Palladium offering. The Palladium Maple Leaf is legal Canadian money with a face value of CAD 50 and is guaranteed by the Canadian government for weight, purity, and face value. Palladium Maple Leafs are also struck in .9995 fine Palladium.
Get to know your metals, even though platinum and palladium are new to the mainstream of the precious metals industry, they are highly loved for their investment potential. Platinum and palladium are both members of the PGM (Platinum Group Metals) family however they vary in price, density, and compositions.
Platinum and Palladium have various industrial benefits, in times of economic hardship, platinum and palladium perform well and are a hedge against inflation and a haven for platinum and palladium investors. Their high industrial value also makes them more desirable than gold. This is why investors usually buy platinum and palladium alongside gold and silver. Diversify your portfolio to diversify your investment.
Platinum and Palladium coins are produced and distributed by trusted Bullion Mints from around the world. Veteran investors of other precious metals are familiar with these precious metal mints. We work closely with these platinum and palladium mints to supply our customers with the best platinum and palladium bullion products. The platinum and palladium bullion mints we work with are:
United States Mint for Platinum and Palladium (US Mint)
British Royal Mint for Platinum and Palladium
Credit Suisse Mint for Platinum and Palladium
Pamp Suisse Mint for Platinum and Palladium
Royal Canadian Mint for Platinum and Palladium
Engelhard Mint for Platinum and Palladium
The Perth Mint Platinum
If you are looking to buy Platinum & Palladium Coins then Bullion Trading LLC might be the first port of call. We have Platinum & Palladium Coins available for sale at the cheapest price online. View our Platinum & Palladium catalog or Platinum & Palladium Coins page before placing an order, as we carry many other Platinum & Palladium bullion items in stock including gold bars and silver coins. For the best Platinum & Palladium prices please take a look at our latest Platinum & Palladium prices chart, which lists live Platinum & Palladium pricing per ounce across all major currencies today.
Please call us at (212) 997-2520 if you have any questions regarding platinum and palladium coins or any of our other goods. Bullion Trading LLC sells Platinum and Palladium coins Monday through Thursday 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST and Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. EST.