Isle of Man 1 oz Platinum Noble BU
As low as $89.99 per coin over spot!
The Isle of Man Noble, or 'Manx,' was the first Platinum bullion coin created for investors, and was minted by the Pobjoy Mint from 1983 to 1989. Nobles are legal tender to the value of their precious metal content making them valuable to investors.
- Contains 1 oz of .9995 fine Platinum.
- Multiples of 20 are packaged in plastic tubes. All other coins will be in protective plastic flips.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Obverse: Displays a portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II including “ISLE OF MAN” to the left of her profile and “ELIZABETH II” to the right of her profile separated with four triskelia.
- Reverse: A legendary Viking longboat sails across the seas with a full sail, and “1 OZ PLATINUM FINE” and “ONE NOBLE” below the waves from the ship. Along the rim of the coin is a Viking Knit with a triskelion formed from legs above the flag of the ship.
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This Platinum coin would be a great addition to any bullion collection or an ideal gift for a loved one. Add this 1 oz Brilliant Uncirculated Platinum Noble to your cart today!
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The idea that countries, big or small, can and should have their own coinage is what pushed the Pobjoy Mint forward. Pobjoy approached the Isle of Man government to begin a program of collector coins with corresponding values and specifications as British coins. In 1972, the Pobjoy Mint created the first practical set of coins for the Isle of Man including a 1/2 penny and up to 50 pence coins. These coins included historical and cultural elements, such as the Isle of Man’s distinctive three-legged “Triskele” insignia.
Since then, the Pobjoy Mint has issued an array of innovative and artistic coins sought after by some of the choosiest collectors. One particular contribution to numismatics and coin production was the development of the world’s first satisfactory man-made Precious Metal, called Virenium, which has been used in high denomination coinage since 1978. This was hailed worldwide as the first significant breakthrough in coinage from the last century.
The Pobjoy Mint provides circulation and collector coinage for 12 countries and territories, and that number is ever increasing. Pobjoy Mint has been consistently recognized within the numismatic industry for their innovations, including 45 “firsts” such as the first Silver one kilo coin, the first coin in the shape of the Eiffel Tower, the first titanium coin and the world’s highest relief coin. The Pobjoy Mint has demonstrated their ability to push the limits of the coin industry to surprising achievements and new heights.