Samples of Platinum Coins allowed in a Platinum IRA
American Eagle Bullion and/or Proof Coins - The American Eagle Platinum Coins have always been a popular issue ever since they were first minted and released in 1997. In fact, they have been hard to obtain recently as the bullion coins haven't been produced since 2008.
A Wise Investment - Platinum American Eagle Coins make for a great investment. Since platinum is an incredibly rare precious metal, Platinum American Eagles have become very popular with both investors and collectors of bullion looking to find long-term potential from these extremely low mintage coins.
With their high platinum content and beautiful designs, Platinum Eagles are extremely desirable coins that are much admired by investors and are a great addition to a Precious Metals IRA.
Though they are the only platinum coins available from the U.S. Mint, these Platinum American Eagles in Brilliant Uncirculated condition are not offered directly to the public by the U.S. Mint.
Platinum Aussie Platypus Coins - The 1 oz Platinum Australian Platypus Coin is the Perth Mint's latest release in the Australian Bullion Coin Program. They come in individual plastic capsules as issued from the Perth Mint to protect and ensure their beauty! Legal Australian tender under the Australian Currency Act of 1965, the Australian Platypus is struck from one ounce of 99.95% pure platinum.
The Platypus Platinum Coin features a captivating design that celebrates the wonder of Australian wildlife. The obverse of the coin depicts the Ian Rank-Broadley likeness of Queen Elizabeth II. The reverse showcases the platypus, an iconic symbol of Australia. Illustrated in its underwater home, this semi-aquatic mammal comes to life on the platinum coin.
Canadian Maple Leaf Platinum Coins - The beautifully crafted, lustrous, and unique Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf Coins are struck each year by the Royal Canadian Mint. The obverse of each Maple Leaf Platinum coin features a beautiful portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The reverse of each coin displays a Maple Leaf, the national symbol of Canada.
Purest Platinum - Each Platinum Maple Leaf Coin is minted in .9995 fine platinum, making these coins some of the purest platinum coins in the world.
An Extremely Rare Metal - Platinum was only discovered in the 16th century and is at least 15 times rarer than gold and 150 times rarer than silver.
Gem Brilliant Uncirculated - Each Platinum Maple Leaf Coin in this release is guaranteed to arrive to you in gem brilliant uncirculated condition. Platinum Maple Leaf Coins are highly prized by both collectors and investors for their high platinum content and their beautifully detailed designs.