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    2021 1 oz American Platinum Eagle Coin NGC MS69 ER

    American Platinum Eagle coins are offered by the United States Mint on an annual basis. In a unique twist to this series, it is the proof coin that has been available every year since 1997. Meanwhile, the BU specimen was available during the first decade of production and was then suspended in six of the next seven years. Now, near-perfect 2021 1 oz American Platinum Eagle... Read More

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    1/10 oz American Platinum Eagle Coin PCGS MS69 (Random Year)

    Throughout the history of the American Platinum Eagle bullion series, the most popular platinum coin in this collection has often been the 1/10 oz version. Though it is no longer available, the 1/10 American Platinum Eagle remains a highly sought-after coin in the collection. Right now, 1/10 oz American Platinum Eagle Coins from random years of issue are available to purch... Read More

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    1/10 oz American Platinum Eagle Coin MS70 (Random Year, Varied Label, PCGS or NGC)

    The American Platinum Eagle is the official platinum bullion version of the American Eagle coin series from the United States Mint. Introduced in 1997, the Platinum Eagles originally featured four weights in the investment-grade bullion version that included 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz coins. Suspended in 2008, the fractional weights never returned with the reintrodu... Read More

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    1/10 oz Proof American Platinum Eagle Coin PCGS PR69 DCAM (Random Year)

    The Proof American Platinum Eagle coins from the United States Mint have been available in every year since the 1997 introduction of the series, but the fractional-weight coins were discontinued in 2009 with only the 1 oz platinum coin still available. Today, 1/10 oz Proof American Platinum Eagle Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion with PCGS certification. ... Read More

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    1/2 oz American Platinum Eagle Coin NGC MS70 (Random Year)

    When the United States Mint introduced the American Platinum Eagle in 1997, the series featured both bullion and proof versions of the coin. Both versions had four weights that included 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz options. In 2009, the fractional-weight options disappeared from the series as the 1 oz coin was the only option to continue onward. Right now, 1/2 oz Amer... Read More

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    2021 1 oz American Platinum Eagle Coin PCGS MS69 FS

    The American Platinum Eagle coin is the only platinum bullion coin offered by the United States Mint. The series debuted in 1997 as the third option in the American Eagle Series and is the only one in the four-coin range that has its own, distinctive vision of Liberty not plucked from the history of American coining. Certified Platinum Eagles are a popular choice for inves... Read More

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    2021 1 oz American Platinum Eagle Coin NGC MS70 ER

    American Platinum Eagle Coins from the United States Mint are available on an annual basis in the Brilliant Uncirculated series as of 2016. The collection launched in 1997 and was available until 2008 before enduring a five-year hiatus in production. Since returning in 2016, the coin has seen mintage figures increased each year. Right now, 2021 1 oz American Platinum Eagle... Read More

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    2021 1 oz American Platinum Eagle Coin PCGS MS70 FS

    The United States Mint unveiled the third of four coins in the American Eagle bullion series in 1997. This was the American Platinum Eagle, a coin that was released initially with 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz platinum in the BU and Proof collections. Since 2008, the only coin made available in the BU Series is the 1 oz platinum coin. JM Bullion offers the 2021 1 oz Am... Read More

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    1 oz Proof American Platinum Eagle Coin NGC PF70 UCAM (Random Year)

    The Proof American Platinum Eagle Coin is the only annual-release bullion coin from the United States Mint with new design elements added each year. The popular 1 oz proof silver coin in this series has been available since 1997 and featured new images on the reverse from 1997 to 2017 and new images of Lady Liberty on the obverse starting in 2018. Right now, 1 oz Proof Ame... Read More

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    2021-W 1 oz Proof American Platinum Eagle Coin NGC PF70 ER

    Starting in 2021, the United States Mint issues the newest design series in its Proof American Platinum Eagle Series. The new collection is planned with five unique obverse designs and a static reverse design. The collection focuses on the nurturing and maturity of Liberty that comes from the freedoms secured in the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, the na... Read More

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    1/2 oz Proof American Platinum Eagle Coin PCGS PR70 DCAM (Random Year)

    American Platinum Eagle coins were originally available from the United States Mint with four weights in total. The coins debuted in 1997 with a 1 oz platinum coin and 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz coins. The fractional-ounce coins were available only from 1997 ... Read More

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    Buying Certified Platinum Bullion Coins from JM Bullion

    Platinum coins have been growing in popularity, demand, and variety in the 21st century. The number of platinum coins has grown from the American Platinum Eagle and Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf to a variety of additional bullion coins from existing programs that already have a popular following. Among the platinum coins available, you’ll find a small selection of them have been certified by the NGC or PCGS for condition and quality of the finish. Learn more about these kinds of platinum coins now!

    Commonly Available Platinum Bullion Coins

    The Australian continent was home to the first major platinum bullion coin issued by an industrialized nation. In 1987, Australia authorized production of platinum bullion coins and the first was the 1988 Australian Platinum Koala. Other major coin programs have come along in recent years, with examples of major coins including:

    • Australian Platinum Platypus: The Platinum Platypus coin is the latest platinum powerhouse from the Perth Mint. Introduced in 2011, the Platinum Platypus features with the same design of the aquatic mammal on the reverse each year and the Perth Mint’s effigy of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.
    • Australian Platinum Kangaroo: The Australian Platinum Kangaroo coin debuted in 2018 and features the most popular kangaroo design from Australian coinage. First used on the Gold Kangaroo in the 1990s, this same design also appears on the Australian Silver Kangaroo coin. The obverse includes Queen Elizabeth II’s portrait.
    • American Platinum Eagle: The American Platinum Eagles were first issued in 1997 and are arguably the most diverse platinum coins you’ll find. The bullion version of the Platinum Eagle has the same obverse design of the Statue of Liberty from John Mercanti and the reverse features Thomas D. Rogers’ bald eagle soaring over the continent. Proof Platinum Eagles are unique in that new reverse designs are found on the coins each year, making them the only bullion coins from the US Mint to feature new designs on one face each year.
    • Austrian Platinum Philharmonic: The Austrian Mint expanded its Philharmonic bullion coins in 2016 with the introduction of Austrian Platinum Philharmonics. The bullion coins in this range have the same obverse and reverse designs from Thomas Pesendorfer as used on the Gold and silver Philharmonics.
    • British Platinum Queen’s Beast Coins: The Queen’s Beast coins from the Royal Mint of England debuted in 2016 with silver and gold bullion options, but the series grew in 2017. This year included a new silver weight and the introduction of 1 oz platinum coins. Each of the 10 designs come with a 1 oz platinum coin option now.
    • British Platinum Britannias: In 2018, the Royal Mint offered yet another major platinum bullion coin as its Britannia series expanded. Originally issued in 1987 as a gold coin and first expanded in 1997 to feature silver, the beautiful design of Britannia now features on the reverse of Platinum Britannia coins.
    • Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf: The Platinum Maple Leaf became the second major platinum coin to hit the market when it debuted along with the Silver Maple Leaf in 1988. The coins have the same designs of the Gold Maple Leaf and Silver Maple Leaf coins, with the sugar maple leaf on the reverse and Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse.
    • Somalian Platinum Elephant: Another coin series to expand in 2016 was the Somalian Elephant. First introduced in 1999 as the Zambian Elephant, the coins have been struck as the Somalian Elephant since 2004 in silver and gold. The collection expanded in 2016 with various different fractional weights and the introduction of a new Platinum Elephant. The new platinum bullion coins share the same obverse and reverse designs used in the collection, including the new obverse features of the African elephant depicted with each release.

    Basics on Coin Certification

    The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation and the Professional Coin Grading Service are the two primary coin certifiers in the world. Each company has certified millions of coins for visual brilliance and physical condition of the coins and design elements. Both the NGC and PCGS use the Sheldon numeric scale for certification which includes the issuance of a number ranging from 1 to 70, with 70 representing a coin in perfect condition.

    Coins are often assigned a grade with “Mint State” or “Proof” as a label that identifies whether the specimen in question is a certified bullion or proof coin. The vast majority of the coins certified by the NGC or PCGS earn one of the top two certifications.

    Most Common Certifications

    As just mentioned, there are two grades on the 70-level Sheldon numeric scale that are most commonly assigned to coins. Most platinum bullion coins are submitted to the NGC or PCGS by authorized dealers or individual owners in the hopes that the coin they own is in great condition. The definitions behind these popular certifications are:

    • 70 – coins with this number are viewed as perfect specimens. Each one has its full, original mint luster and features no detracting flaws of any kind.
    • 69 – coins with this certification are known as near-perfect specimens. The coins have full, original mint luster but also come with a maximum of two minor detracting flaws. Those flaws are limited to minuscule contact marks or hairlines and must be found only outside the primary focal points.

    Additional Labeling of Certified Platinum Bullion Coins

    As alluded to earlier, Certified Platinum Bullion coins come with “Mint State” or “Proof” labels in front of the certification number. However, there are additional labels that can be assigned to platinum bullion coins. These labels include the following options:

    • Early Release/First Strike: This label is reserved for coins that are guaranteed to arrive at the NGC or PCGS within the first 30 days of their initial release from their issuing mint.
    • First Day of Issue: Coins with a label similar to this arrived for certification with either house within the first 24 hours of their release from the mint.
    • DCAM/UCAM: This is a label reserved for proof platinum coins and indicates the added visual brilliance of the proof strike. With this label, you know the coin you own has a strong, frosted matte design element with a deeply-mirrored, clear background field.

    How Certified Coins are Packaged

    Once platinum coins have been graded by either the NGC or PCGS, the specimens are specially housed to ensure that the condition is protected for decades to come. The coins are sealed inside of protective plastic slabs and include labels within that include the certification information, such as the numeric grade and any additional labeling status.

    Get Your Certified Platinum Coins from JM Bullion

    For those interested in purchased Certified Platinum Coins, JM Bullion offers a wide variety of specimens. We encourage our customers to reach out to us with questions. You can call us on the phone at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email.