Buy Platinum Coins
Platinum coins were first minted by the Spanish in the 1700s and later by Russia in the early 1800s. However, these coins proved to be unpopular due to the facts that their appearance resembled many less expensive metals and that platinum was very hard to work compared to more malleable metals such as gold and silver. Fast forward to the late twentieth century, and a number of countries began producing legal tender platinum bullion coins.
Of these, the platinum bullion coins produced by the United States and Canada have proven the most popular with investors and are the only platinum bullion coins currently offered by Monex. These coins are widely recognized and easily traded throughout the world and represent a convenient way to own and trade pure platinum. These coins are easy to buy, easy to sell, and unlike larger platinum bullion bars, can be easily divided into smaller quantities.
Platinum Bullion Coins Available:
First minted in 1997, the Platinum American Eagle bullion coin has established the world standard for quality and purity in platinum bullion coins. Each coin contains pure, .9995 fine platinum bullion and is truly a work of art. The obverse of the coins feature a powerful image of Lady Liberty and the coin's mint date, while the reverse features a bald eagle soaring above the setting sun, the coin's weight and purity and its face value. Monex offers Platinum American Eagle bullion coins in three convenient sizes: The one-ounce Platinum Eagle has a face value of $100 and is available from Monex in units of 10 coins.More Information
First minted in 1988, the Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf bullion coin is a member of the widely-popular Canadian Maple Leaf bullion coin family, along with the gold, silver and palladium bullion coins. The Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf is available from Monex in the one-ounce size only and available from Monex in units of 10 coins. Each coin is pure, .9995 fine platinum bullion and carries a face value of $50 Canadian. The obverse of the coin features an image of Queen Elizabeth II along with the coin's face value and mint date, while the reverse features Canada's national symbol, the maple leaf along with the coin's weight and purity. The coin is struck to the Royal Canadian Mint's exacting standards, and the coin's weight and purity are guaranteed by the Canadian government.More Information