Any quantity available for $219.96 per oz over spot!
Platinum bullion coins are an excellent alternative to investors seeking diversity in a portfolio with a more affordable metal than gold. Platinum has a variety of uses outside of the precious metals industry that include the automotive, healthcare, and jewelry sectors. However, it does remain a popular choice among precious metals enthusiasts. Today, you have the opportunity to purchase 1/4 oz Platinum Coins online from Provident Metals.
Platinum bullion coining experienced a lull in the late 2000s and early 2010s as demand for platinum waned. There are only a handful of major programs that are still around from the 1990s and early 2000s, and a growing number of new series. New examples include a British Britannia Platinum Coin, British Queens Beast Platinum Coin, Somalia Elephant Platinum Coin, and Australian Lunar Platinum Coins. Others, such as the American Eagle and Canadian Maple Leaf, have been around for a longer time.
On the obverse side of 1/4 oz Platinum Coins in this listing are designs chosen by the mint of origin. For example, American Eagle 1/4 oz Platinum Coins feature the Statue of Liberty as designed in 1997 by John Mercanti. The obverse of Canadian Maple Leaf 1/4 oz Platinum coins bears a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
The reverse face of the 1/4 oz Platinum Coins available here also vary in design by the mint that issued the specimens. American Eagle Platinum coins feature a depiction of an American bald eagle soaring over the nation on the reverse, while the sugar maple leaf is found on the reverse of Canadian Maple Leaf Platinum coins.
American Eagle and Canadian Maple Leaf platinum coins debuted with fractional-ounce coins, but no longer offer them in new releases. The American Eagle featured a 1/4 oz Platinum Coin in both its Brilliant Uncirculated and Proof versions from 1997 to 2008. Canadian Maple Leaf Platinum coins debuted in 1988 with a 1/4 oz Platinum Coin among its options but ceased producing all of its fractional-ounces in 2002. When the series resumed in 2009, only a 1 oz coin was available.
These 1/4 oz Platinum Coins are available to you inside of protective plastic flips. The coins are available in varied conditions from brand-new to those with varying degrees of wear and tear. The coins are all chosen at random once your payment has been processed. We are not able to select coins for you based on requests. The condition, date, and mint of origin are all determined at random. If you purchase more than one, please note you could get matching coins.
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