PLATINUM BULLION COINS
We offer the most recognized global platinum coins available, which includes the American Platinum Eagle, Canadian Maple Leaf and the popular Aussie Koala. It is better to buy platinum bullion coins that are minted by the government because they are guaranteed for weight and purity. Investors have peace of mind regarding the quality and assurance when making this investment.
- Platinum American Eagle Bullion Coins: The Platinum American Eagle is one of the best ways to invest in platinum. With the Platinum American Eagle being one of the scarcest bullion coins available, it has quickly become the #1 platinum bullion coin in the world. The U.S. government first issued Platinum American Eagles in 1997.
- Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Bullion Coins: The Royal Canadian Mint first introduced the Platinum Maple Leaf the same year as the Silver Maple Leaf was offered. Each Canadian Maple Leaf coin is .9995% pure Platinum. The Maple Leaf is one the world's most recognized and popular bullion coins.
- Australian Platinum Koala Bullion Coins: The Australian Koala has the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. The coins designer Ian Rank-Broadley is one of the foremost sculptors working today. His famous portrait of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II has appeared on all UK and Commonwealth coinage since 1998. She is encircled by her name, the name of the country, and the denomination. The Koala, found in Australia, is depicted on the reverse side of the coin. These platinum coins have been popular with not only platinum investors but also coin collectors.
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