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Platinum is much rarer than gold and silver, however it is not as popular as gold and silver and not as easily available. If you are interested in Platinum coins, there are a number available to invest in.
The U.S. mint was the first to sell bullion Platinum Coins. American Platinum Eagles were first minted in 1997 in four sizes and denominations: one oz. is ($100 legal tender), the half oz. ($50), quarter oz. ($25), and tenth oz. ($10). All are of 9995 purity.
On the obverse you will find a close-up view of the Statue of Liberty, and the reverse side changes design yearly, making it a popular choice for collectors as well as investors.
World Platinum Coins
Platinum is 30 times rarer than gold and considered one of the rarest precious metals on earth. As a result of this popularity, many governments have jumped on board to mint pure platinum coins. They include the Chinese Panda, Austrian Philharmonics, Isle Of Man Noble, Australian Platypus and Great Britain’s Griffin just to name a few.
Canadian Maple Leaf
In response to the popularity of the American Platinum Eagle, the Canadian government launched the platinum Maple Leaf in 1998. Coined with Queen Elizabeth II on one side and Canada’s iconic Maple Leaf on the other side, they are also of 9995 purity.
Should I add Platinum to My Portfolio?
It is important to know that because there are far fewer resales on the market at any given time, the premium over the spot price will be higher. Historically platinum has always been higher than gold but now seems bargain priced at $400 to $500 under the price of gold. Making now a good time to add platinum to your portfolio.