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  • Platinum Group Metals at BGASC

    While gold and silver are the two most popular precious metals to invest in, there are others such as platinum and palladium, also referred to as Platinum Group Metals. These two metals have received a surge in popularity over the years as more and more mints have been open to creating coin programs and bars showcasing them. Learn more about Platinum Group Metals right here at BGASC.

    Platinum Bullion

    Platinum is a very versatile precious metal that can be found in catalytic converters, electrodes, and even dental equipment. Over the years though, platinum bullion has become an extremely popular investment precious metal. There are now several popular platinum coin programs on the market that you can invest in. Some popular options are the following:

    • American Platinum Eagle: This series debuted in 1997 and is issued in both BU and proof versions. Designs seen on these coins vary between the BU and proof coins.
    • Australian Platinum Kangaroo: These coins were introduced in 2018 and show the same design elements as the Australian Silver Kangaroo Coins.
    • Austrian Platinum Philharmonic: Platinum coins in this series debuted in 2016. These coins have the same designs as the gold and silver coin programs in this series.
    • Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf: In 1988, the Royal Canadian Mint introduced the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf and the Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf. This series has similar design elements as other Maple Leaf coins.

    Platinum bullion bars are also an extremely popular investment. Platinum bars are usually issued with no mintage caps unlike platinum coins, allowing for more availability.

    • PAMP Suisse: The popular Fortuna series releases bars in platinum. Fortuna is on the obverse with identifying marks of the bar present on the reverse.
    • Valcambi: Valcambi is among the most popular names in producing bullion bars. Valcambi platinum bars are minted ingots that show identifying marks of the bar on the obverse with the full company name on the reverse.

    Palladium Bullion

    Palladium was discovered in 1803 by Williams Hyde Wollaston. While more than half of the palladium global supply is used on catalytic converters, palladium bullion as an investment has soared as of late.

    The very first palladium coin was issued by Sierra Leone in 1966, followed by Tonga in 1967. While most since then, have issued coins primarily as special commemorative events, there are some popular palladium coin programs.

    • American Palladium Eagle: The US Mint is renowned for its American Eagle program. The Silver Eagle and Gold Eagle debuted in 1986, followed by the Platinum Eagle in 1997. American Palladium Eagles were introduced in 2017. Each coin is made from 1 Troy oz of .9995 pure palladium. The US Mint strikes these coins in 4 variations – BU, proof, reverse proof, and burnished.
    • Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf: Among the first major palladium coins issued was the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf. The series was offered from 2005 to 2007, 2009, and has been in production since 2015. These coins are made from 1 Troy oz of .9995 pure palladium.

    Many mints also produce popular palladium bullion bars. The palladium bars you’ll find here at BGASC are minted ingots, rather than cast or hand-poured bars.

    • PAMP Suisse: PAMP Suisse is known for its Fortuna Series of bars in gold and silver. The series also creates bars in palladium. These bars show the Roman goddess Fortuna on the obverse with identifying marks of the bar on the reverse.
    • Valcambi: Valcambi also offers bullion bars in palladium. These bars show the identifying marks of the bar on the obverse while the company’s name is on the reverse.

    Buying Platinum Group Metals at BAGSC

    For any questions regarding Platinum Group Metals, contact the BGASC team today at 888-992-4272. Our customer service team can also be reached via email or through our online chat feature.