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Platinum Coins

Platinum continues to gain widespread recognition as a viable option in diversifying one’s wealth. Platinum is one of the most expensive, newly discovered precious metals, being ten times rarer than gold. Its high value makes platinum bullion, such as coins, an excellent investment opportunity and a treasured addition to any portfolio. You will find a broad range of different platinum coins, including renowned pieces like Maple Leafs, Eagles, and Philharmonics, which are also eligible to be included in IRA-Accounts. Each year brings new releases of platinum collectibles, so browse our selection and choose your favorite one.

 

Types of Platinum Coins

On the bullion marketplace, you will find various platinum coins, issued by the most prestigious mints. Besides the platinum counterparts of renowned coin series, such as the American Eagle, Canadian Maple Leaf, and Austrian Philharmonic, there are many more platinum coins with various specifications and unique features:

Produced by the U.S. Mint, Platinum Eagle coins are struck in four main weight options: 1 oz., ½ oz., ¼ oz., and 1/10 oz., being the most widely recognized platinum coins in the world. Since 2009, these gorgeous coins are only available in 1 oz. versions. Their proof editions are the only US coins with an early changing reverse design. The U.S. Government guarantees the 99.95% pure platinum content of the Platinum Eagle coins, making them highly desirable.

Issued by the Royal Canadian Mint, the Platinum Maple Leaf is currently considered the standard against which other platinum coins are measured, being made from 99.95% pure platinum . It depicts the same obverse and reverse design as the gold, silver, and palladium coins and carries a face value of $50 CAD.

  • The Austrian Platinum Philharmonic

Among the newest platinum coins available on the market, the Austrian Philharmonics is produced from .9995 fine platinum with a 100 EURO face value and showcases the renowned Wiener Philharmoniker and its famous Orchestra. The coin is produced by the Austrian Mint and backed by the Austrian Government, being a must-have addition to any collection.

  • Other Platinum Coins

Besides the above-mentioned platinum coins, there are several other collectibles containing this rare precious metal. These coins are produced by different private mints, including PAMP Suisse, Perth Mint, Engelhard, and Credit Suisse. The coins showcase various impressive designs.

 

Investing in Platinum Coins

As a coin collector or investor, purchasing platinum coins is a wonderful way to diversify your portfolio. The main feature of these coins is that their platinum content, usually of a 99.95% purity, makes them highly valuable since in most cases, their intrinsic value is much higher than their denomination. Platinum coins are also very easy to store, transport, trade, and even divide, being more flexible than platinum bars. For this reason and due to their rarity, platinum coins are highly sought-after and usually sell out quickly, so make sure to grab your piece before it gets out of stock.

 

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