Platinum American Eagles
American Platinum Eagles - Released in 1997, the Platinum American Eagle coin is the only investment-grade platinum coin from the United States Mint. It is the only bullion coin the United States Government guarantees for weight, content, and .9995 purity. Since its introduction, the Platinum Eagle has become one of the world's most widely-traded platinum bullion coins.
A tribute to the patriotism and spirit of freedom of the United States, the designs of the American Platinum Eagles give the coins an elegance that attracts collectors and investors alike. Displaying a portrait of the Statue of Liberty, the obverse of the Platinum American Eagle celebrates this symbol of freedom and opportunity recognized by people all over the world. While the obverse has remained the same since its release, the reverse of the uncirculated and proof American Platinum Eagles is unique in that it changes each year. In fact, the uncirculated and proof American Platinum Eagles are the only U.S. bullion coins that have a reverse with a yearly alternating design. Typically, the reverse is themed around the American eagle, which signifies the strength and security of the United States.
Available in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz denominations, the Platinum Eagles are prized for their patriotic design and platinum value. Eligible for placement in precious metals IRAs, Platinum Eagles can act as building blocks for investments that will never lose all of their value. Contact our IRA Department at (800) 418-0235 for more information.
We sell the Platinum American Eagle coins in uncirculated, certified, and proof condition. Offering a wide selection of platinum products, APMEX can help you begin setting up a platinum portfolio. Start building your platinum investment today!
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Sold out at the Mint in 7 days, with a mintage of only 10,000, the obverse features the Statue of Liberty design, while the reverse features an interpretation of the theme "To Establish Justice." Read More