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1 oz Credit Suisse Platinum Bar (with Assay)Read more
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1 oz Platinum Bar – Varied MintsAdd to cart
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1 oz Valcambi Platinum Bar (with Assay)Add to cart
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1 oz PAMP Platinum Bar (with Assay)Add to cart
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10 oz PAMP Platinum Bar (with Assay)Read more
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10 oz Platinum Bar – Varied MintsRead more
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10 oz Credit Suisse Platinum Bar (with Assay)Read more
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American Platinum Eagle 1 oz (Varied Year)Read more
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American Platinum Eagle 1/2 oz (Varied Year)Add to cart
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American Platinum Eagle 1/4 oz (Varied Year)Add to cart
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American Platinum Eagle 1/10 oz (Varied Year)Read more
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2023 American Platinum Eagle 1 oz (BU)Read more
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Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf 1 oz (Varied Year)Read more
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Austrian Platinum Philharmonic 1 oz (Varied Year)Read more
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2023 1/10 oz Australian Platinum KookaburraAdd to cart
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British Platinum Britannia 1 oz (Varied Year)Read more
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Isle of Man Platinum 1 oz (Varied Year)Read more
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Australian Platinum Koala 1 oz (Varied Year)Read more
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Platinum Bullion For Sale
Platinum is one of the most expensive precious metals in the world. While it doesn’t have the lengthy investment history of gold or silver, platinum is extremely valuable due to its uses in clean energy. Platinum bullion and bars have increased significantly in recent years, with a number of mints recreating their top bullion series in platinum. The American Rare Coin catalog offers a diverse range of platinum bullion products, with something for every investor.
Platinum Bullion Options
- Platinum Bar: The iconic platinum bar offers a high degree of metal content and in the most common method of investing in platinum.
- Platinum American Eagle: The official platinum bullion coin of the United States Mint, backed by the American government with guaranteed weight and purity.
- Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf: The official bullion series on the Royal Canadian Mint, produced annually with striking detail in .9995 pure platinum.
- Platinum Austrian Philharmonic: The official bullion coin series of the Austrian mint, platinum Philharmonics are the most recent addition to the series.
Platinum Bullion Bars
Platinum bullion bars typically contain .9995 pure platinum, with weights ranging from 1 gram to 1 kilogram or more. They are the most popular way to invest in platinum, and are produced by several world-renowned mints and refiners.
If you’re looking for a specific platinum bar, add it to your want list and we’ll start searching for you!
Cost of Platinum
The cost of platinum will fluctuate in a similar way the stock market fluctuates. Platinum, like other precious metals, will always have a live spot price depicting the cost of 1 ounce of gold.
All reputable online stores will adjust their gold prices in real time as the spot price changes. Given the significant changes in price over the past couple years, it’s especially important to keep an eye on market changes before buying platinum bullion online.
Why You Should Invest in Platinum Bullion
Platinum bullion is one of the most popular options for investing in precious metals. Platinum is a rare and valuable precious metal that has historically maintained its value over time, despite big fluctuations in recent years.
Platinum has unique properties which give it plenty of uses outside of coins. Platinum is used extensively in a wide range of industrial applications, including catalytic converters, electronics, and medical devices. All these practical uses make it unlikely to see significant price declines in the near future.
If you want to buy platinum bullion online, always stick to the most trusted stores. American Rare Coin will put our 200+ years of combined numismatic experience to work for you.