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2020 Platinum 1 oz American Eagle

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2020 Platinum 1 oz American Eagle Melt Value

The 2020 Platinum 1 oz American Eagle coin contains 1 troy ounces of platinum bullion. The melt value of one 2020 Platinum 1 oz American Eagle coin is $1048.20 based on the current platinum spot price.

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Product Description

2020 American Eagle Platinum 1 oz Coin

The 2020 1 oz Platinum American Eagle is manufactured by the U.S. Mint. Containing 1 oz of .9995 fine Platinum, this BU coin features a beautifully detailed image of the Statue of Liberty. The primary bullion coin series available from the United States Mint is known as the American Eagle Series. Each of the coins in this collection features its own, unique image of Lady Liberty on the obverse side and the American bald eagle on the reverse side. No two metallic versions of the coin share the same design concepts. The first coins issued were the Gold Eagle and Silver Eagle in 1986, both with a historic vision of Liberty on the obverse. The American Platinum Eagle coin was the next to be introduced, and its 1997 debut brought with it the only version of the American Eagle that did not use a previous historic coin design of Liberty on the obverse. You can learn all about the American Platinum Eagle coins below.

 

What makes the Proof Platinum Eagle unique when compared to other collectible versions of American Eagle coins is the design elements. Only the 1997 and 2017 Proof American Platinum Eagle coins have the same design as each other in the proof series, and the same design as all issues of the bullion coin.

 

The United States Mint has opted for new designs of the American bald eagle on the reverse of the Proof Platinum Eagle in every year of availability. These designs are often part of a driven program that highlights Americana with every design while incorporating the images of Liberty and the bald eagle. Up until 2017, the Statue of Liberty design from Mercanti persisted on the Proof Platinum Eagle’s obverse. Starting in 2018, a new series debuted with fresh designs for both sides of the coinage. The 1997 Proof Platinum Eagle stands alone as the initial issue with the shared bullion design, and the 2017 Proof Platinum Eagle reused that same design as a celebration of the coin’s 20th-anniversary release in that year.



Coin Highlights:

  • Contains 1 oz of .9995 fine Platinum.
  • Obverse: Close-up of the Statue of Liberty.
  • Reverse: An eagle with outstretched wings soaring in front of a sunrise.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the U.S. government.


2020 Platinum 1 oz American Eagle Specifications

Weight 1 oz
Country United States
Type Platinum Coins
Mint US Mint
Year 2020
Coins Series American Eagle
Coins Design Obverse: John Mercanti
Reverse: Thomas D. Rogers
Classification Modern
Face Value $100 USD
Purity .9995 fineness
IRA Eligible Yes
Diameter 32.70 mm
Thickness 2.39 mm
Edge Reeded


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