|2019 Britannia 1/10 oz Platinum Coin||Silver.com||$118.22|
|American Platinum Eagle 1/2 oz - Random Year||SD Bullion||$555.48|
|2019 British 1 oz Platinum Britannia||SD Bullion||$1068.87|
|Canada 1 oz Platinum Maple Leaf - Random Year||SD Bullion||$1076.60|
|2019 Canada 1 oz Platinum Maple Leaf||Monument Metals||$1085.60|
|2019 Platinum 1 oz Austrian Philharmonic||Golden Eagle Coins||$1085.74|
|2020 Platinum Britannia 1 oz Coin||Bullion Exchanges||$1089.70|
|2019 1 oz Platinum American Eagle||Silver Gold Bull||$1101.47|
|2020 Platinum 1 oz American Eagle||APMEX||$1108.19|
|American Platinum Eagle 1 oz - Random Year||SD Bullion||$1114.19|
Platinum coins have become popular with investors in recent years. Demand for platinum coins for investment continues to rise
Platinum coins are produced by various sovereign government mints around the world, including the US Mint, Royal Mint, Perth Mint, Royal Canadian Mint and others
Platinum coins for investment are available in a variety of sizes and denominations as small as 1 gram to as large as 1 kilo
Most common are Platinum Coins that contain 1 troy ounce of the precious metal, such as the American Platinum Eagle
American Platinum Eagle coin were introduced by the US Mint in 1997. The coins contain 99.95% pure platinum.
From 1997 until 2008, the Platinum Eagle was available was available in fractional denominations in addition to the 1 troy ounce denomination. The fractional denominations included 1/10th oz, 1/4 oz and 1/2 oz coins.