Palladium coins are one of the more unique and rare options for precious metals investors. While palladium bars are more prominent, palladium coins are only available from a handful of mints. The United States Mint is the most prominent producer of palladium coins at the moment, but the Royal Canadian Mint, Perth Mint, Chinese Mint, and Moscow Mint have all issued palladium bullion coins in recent decades. Today, 1 oz Palladium Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you in a protective flip or original packaging!
- Offered in varied conditions with random date marks!
- Contains 1 Troy oz of .9995 pure palladium.
- The face value is fully backed by the nation of issue.
- On the obverse and reverse are unique designs based on the mint of issue.
- Please keep in mind you could receive matching designs and dates if you purchase more than one coin.
On the Earth’s rarest precious metals, palladium is part of the platinum group metals and has the lowest melting point and is the least dense metal in the group. The first palladium coins issued were made available in the 1960s, with the Moscow Mint issuing one of the first modern palladium bullion coins in 1989 with the Russian Palladium Ballerina. Other examples of palladium bullion coins include the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf and the American Palladium Eagle.
All of the 1 oz Palladium Coins in this product listing are available to you in varied conditions with random date marks available. Coins will ship in a protective plastic flip. If the original packaging is available, you will receive your coin in that packaging instead of the flip. JM Bullion chooses all coins at random once your payment has been processed.
We are not able to hand-pick coins for you based on the design, date mark, or mint of origin. For example, the Russian Palladium Ballerina has new designs on the obverse each. As such, you could receive several of those coins with matching designs or several with different designs. The coins you receive are based on availability in our warehouse when your payment is processed.
The American Palladium Eagle is the most recent example of a 1 oz Palladium Coin that you could receive in this listing. The Palladium Eagle revives the images of the Mercury Dime from 1916, with Winged Liberty featured on the obverse and the American bald eagle on the reverse. Both designs come from Adolph A. Weinman and the face value of the coin is set at $25 (USD).
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