This set of fractional size palladium bullion coins were produced to commemorate Lewis and Clark’s American West exploration. Mined by Stillwater Mining, minted by NWT, and refined by Johnson Matthey, the commemorative palladium bullion coins were released in October 2004.
The palladium coins are formed out of .999 pure palladium. Each fractional coin weighs one quarter of an ounce, and collectively, the coins are one troy ounce in weight. The commemorative coins are 25 millimeters in diameter and 1.40 millimeters in thickness. On the obverse side of the coins is the image of the famed duo, Lewis and Clark, while the American West’s symbol, a buffalo, is minted on the reverse side. The commemorative coins, which are the only American-produced palladium coins, come sealed with an original assay card.
If you want to diversify your precious metals investment portfolio, consider buying these commemorative Johnson Matthey palladium coins. The coins went through a meticulous mining and refinement procedure that is standardized by Stillwater Mining and Johnson Matthey. Each coin is intricately designed and represents the credibility and outstanding reputation of these companies for excellence. Buy commemorative bullion palladium coins from Provident Metals with confidence for their rarity, collector value, and investment potential.