Gold: $2321.45  Silver: $29.55  Platinum: $990.09  90% Junk $1 FV: $21.13  Gold/Silver Ratio: 78.56

1 oz Platinum Bar - Secondary Market

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Provident Metals
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Free Shipping @ $199
$1,064.79 $74.70
(7.54% prem)
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$1,077.49 $87.40
(8.83% prem)
SD Bullion
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$1,077.79 $87.70
(8.86% prem)
Money Metals Exchange
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Free Shipping @ $500
$1,078.10 $88.01
(8.89% prem)
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Free Shipping @ $199
$1,082.29 $92.20
(9.31% prem)
Monument Metals
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Free Shipping @ $199
$1,094.29 $104.20
(10.52% prem)

Melt Value: 1 oz Platinum Bar - Secondary Market

This platinum bar contains 1.000 troy ounces of bullion. Based on the metal content and weight, the intrinsic melt value of one 1 oz Platinum Bar - Secondary Market is $990.09 based on today's platinum spot price.

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1 oz Platinum Bar - Secondary Market

Platinum is one of the rarest and most dense metals in the Earth's crust. As a metal, it has a wide assortment of industrial applications, which include automotive catalytic converters, jewelry and various other consumer products.

One of the primary expectations of investing in platinum is that it results in being an effective store of value. Second is the potential for capital appreciation. If and when the price of platinum rises back to previous levels, investors can sell their holdings for a tidy profit.

Secondary Market Platinum Bars are an often the lowest premium method of adding diversity to your portfolio. These platinum bullion bars are offered by dealers at a lower premium than freshly minted counterparts, yet each 1 oz platinum bar contain metal that is refined to .995 or .9995 purity.

1 oz .995 Platinum Bar Highlights:

  • Contains one troy ounce of .995 purity platinum or greater.
  • Obverse: Varying design, with inscriptions included for weight & purity.
  • Reverse: Inscriptions and stamping vary based on manufacturer.

The design will vary depending on the mint and available dealer inventory, but 1 oz platinum bars are marked to indicate the weight, purity, and many private mints include a unique serial number. Most bars will also feature additional design elements, such as the logo of the mint or hallmark.

One troy ounce platinum bars are easy to stack and store. The size and shape is similar to other bullion bars, which is usually rectangular and fairly flat with dimensions that are roughly 45mm x 25mm x 3mm.

Quick Facts About Platinum:

  • Platinum is estimated to be 15-20 times scarcer than gold. If all the platinum ever mined were melted and poured into an Olympic-sized swimming pool, it would barely reach your ankles. 
  • Platinum is widely used in industrial applications, particularly in automobile and truck catalytic converters, helping to reduce harmful emissions.
  • Platinum tends to be more volatile than gold, which can lead to sharper increases in price which has potentially to lead to higher returns for risk-tolerant long-term investors.
  • Platinum, like gold, is often seen as a "safe haven" investment because of its history and universal acceptance as a store of wealth.

1 oz Platinum Bar - Secondary Market Specifications

Weight 1 oz
Country United States
Type Platinum Bar
Mint Various
Year Various
Classification Modern
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