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    2019-W 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Reverse Proof Coin (Box + COA)

    Any quantity available for $399.99 per coin over spot!

    The United States Mint’s fourth American Eagle coin is the American Palladium Eagle. Unlike its counterparts in gold, silver, and platinum, the Palladium Eagle has very low mintage figures with each release and offers different finishes with each year of...... Read More

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    1 oz Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf Coin (Random Year)

    As low as $109.99 per oz over spot!

    The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf Coin was first produced by the Royal Canadian Mint in November of 2005. It enjoyed a very limited mintage until 2007 and then briefly again for one year in 2009, giving it one of the shortest releases in Canadian history. ... Read More

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    2018-W 1 oz Proof American Palladium Eagle Coin (Box + CoA)

    For the first time ever, the United States Mint introduces the new American Palladium Eagle coin in a proof option for collectors. With an extremely limited mintage figure and beautiful packaging, this latest addition to the American Eagle Series of coins is a must-have for series collectors of American coinage. Right now, 2018-W 1 oz Proof American Palladium Eagle Coins a... Read More

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    2021-W 1 oz Proof American Palladium Eagle Coin (Box + CoA)

    The American Palladium Eagle was introduced by the United States Mint in 2017. The 1 oz palladium coins are issued with just one version available for each date, unlike the coins of the Gold Eagle and Silver Eagle that are struck in BU, Proof, and Burnished each year. The first Palladium Eagle in 2017 was a BU specimen, followed by Proof, Reverse Proof, and Burnished optio... Read More

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    2020-W 1 oz Burnished American Palladium Eagle Coin NGC MS70 ER

    The release of the 2020 American Palladium Eagle Coin comes with a burnished option following three distinctive releases in the previous years. The Burnished American Palladium Eagle Coin not only represents the fourth release in the series, it represents the fourth different version of the coin issued. Today, perfect condition 2020-W 1 oz Burnished American Palladium Eagl... Read More

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    1/2 oz Palladium Coin (Varied Condition, Any Mint)

    Palladium coins have seen varying periods of demand since the 1980s when several national mints began to issue palladium bullion. Over the course of time, various palladium coin designs have been released with varying weights available. Among those, fractional-ounce palladium coins were quite rare. Now, 1/2 oz Palladium Coins in varied conditions are available to you for p... Read More

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    1 oz Palladium Coin (Random Year, Varied Condition)

    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 palladiu... Read More

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    1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coin MS69/SP69/PR69/PF69 (Random Year, Varied Label, PCGS or NGC)

    The American Palladium Eagle Series is the most unique among the American Eagles from the United States Mint. While the Gold Eagle and Silver Eagle are available annually as BU, proof, and burnished coins, with BU and proof coins available in the Platinum Eagle, the Palladium Eagle offers each of these versions one at a time in a giv... Read More

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    2017 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coins NGC MS69 ER

    The American Palladium Eagle arrived from the United States Mint in 2017 as the newest member of the American Eagle Series. The first expansion to the series in terms of a precious metal since the introduction of the Platinum Eagle in 1997, the Palladium Eagle is now the official palladium bullion coin of the United States of America. The 2017 1 oz American Palladium Eagle... Read More

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    2019-W 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Reverse Proof Coin NGC PF70 (First Day of Issue)

    American Palladium Eagle coins have been available for three years as of the 2019 release and offer three different versions for buyers to choose from when investing in palladium. The 2017 coin was a bullion option and the 2018 coin a proof. The 2019 is a beautiful reverse-proof specimen with frosted background fields and mirrored de... Read More

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    2019-W 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Reverse Proof Coin PCGS PR70 (First Day of Issue)

    American Palladium Eagles debuted from the United States Mint in 2017 with a bullion coin. Unlike any other version of the American Eagle Series, the mint releases the Palladium Eagles in different versions each year. 2017 was a bullion specimen and 2018 was a proof coin, with the 2019 coin marking the first release of a reverse proo... Read More

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    2020-W 1 oz Burnished American Palladium Eagle Coin (Box + CoA)

    The American Palladium Eagle stands out in the American Eagle Series from the United States Mint as one of the most unique coins with the lowest mintages in the series. Issued for the first time in 2017, the American Palladium Eagle made its mark in the series by offering different versions of the coin with each release. Today, 2020 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coins are ... Read More

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    2017 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coin (BU)

    The American Eagle bullion coin series from the United States Mint is one of the most well-known in the world today. Debuting in 1986 in gold and silver, the Eagle series has expanded once before in 1997 to include a Platinum Eagle, and now it will expand once again in 2017 with an exciting new precious metal option. Right now, the all-new 2017 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coin is available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights:... Read More

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    1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coin MS70/SP70/PR70/PF70 (Random Year, Varied Label, PCGS or NGC)

    The American Palladium Eagle was first conceived by the United States Mint in 2010. However, it wasn’t released until 2017 as demand for other high-value precious metal American Eagles put the plans for introducing a new coin on the backburner. Once the American Palladium Eagle made its debut in 2017, it brought a surge of interest... Read More

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    2017 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coins NGC MS70

    The newest coin in the American Eagle Series from the United States Mint is the Palladium Eagle. Introduced in 2017, the coin features 1 Troy oz of .9995 pure palladium and is the first-ever offering of the American Eagle coin in this particular precious metal. The 2017 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coin is now available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion with NGC ... Read More

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    2017 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coin PCGS MS70 FS

    Authorized in 2010, no coin in the American Eagle bullion series took longer to enter active production than the American Palladium Eagle. From 2010, it took until 2017 for the United States Mint to put the American Palladium Eagle into production. When it did, the US Mint had something special in mind for the program with each release. Today, 2017 1 oz American Palladium ... Read More

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    2019-W 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Reverse Proof Coin PCGS PR70 FS

    The most recent coin introduced into the American Eagle Series at the United States Mint. The Palladium Eagle debuted in 2017 and joined the Gold Eagle, Silver Eagle, and Platinum Eagle. Like two of its counterparts in the series, the American Palladium Eagle ... Read More

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    2019-W 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Reverse Proof Coin NGC PF70 ER

    The latest coin to join the American Eagle Series from the United States Mint is the American Palladium Eagle. Introduced in 2017, the Palladium Eagle’s three-year history up to this 2019 Palladium Coin release has offered investors and collectors with truly... Read More

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    2017 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coin PCGS MS70 (First Day of Issue)

    The American Eagle Series from the United States Mint is one of the most popular in the world, with the silver and gold coins garnering immense attention from investors and collectors each year. The coin series expanded once in 1997 to feature a Platinum Eagle... Read More

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    2020-W 1 oz Burnished American Palladium Eagle Coin NGC MS70 FDOI

    The American Palladium Eagle is a distinctive release in the American Eagle Series of bullion coins from the United States Mint. The Palladium Eagle debuted in 2017 and has been issued each year by the mint in a different version, starting with a Brilliant Unc... Read More

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    Investment-Grade Palladium Coins from JM Bullion

    Precious metal investors often turn first to the popular metals in the industry when buying gold and silver coins, bars, and rounds. However, palladium is quietly becoming one of the go-to precious metals as prices trend upward in the 21st century and the variety of available products continues to grow. One of the fastest-growing sectors for palladium comes in the form of palladium bullion coins. In recent years, new palladium coins have been introduced and previously canceled programs are making a comeback as demand for the metal increases.

    What is Palladium?

    Palladium is defined as a “rare and lustrous silvery-white metal.” In appearance, it is similar to both silver and platinum. The latter is understandable as palladium is one of the metals in the platinum metals group. It was first discovered in 1803 and named for the asteroid Pallas, which is associated with the Greek goddess Athena who herself used Pallas as an epithet. Like platinum, most of the world’s palladium supply is directed toward the production of catalytic converters used in the automotive industry. Among its fellow precious metals in the platinum metals group, palladium has the lowest melting point and is the least dense.

    Most of the world’s supply of palladium comes from one of four sources. The four largest-known deposits of palladium in the world are found in South Africa, the United States, Canada, and Russia. Nearly 90% of the world’s supply comes from these deposits, with the remainder of palladium coming from the recycling of catalytic converters.

    Palladium’s Demand in the 21st Century

    Palladium remained largely unknown as a precious metal in the investment sector until the 21st century. The prices of palladium were, historically, flat when compared with other investment-grade metals. However, the rising demand for fuel-efficient and economically-friendly automobiles lead to increased use of catalytic converters in automobiles. These components within the internal combustion engine of cars convert some 90% of harmful gases created during operation to less-harmful substances to release into the air.

    The vast majority of palladium goes into the production of catalytic converters today. The remainder of it is used in industrial applications, jewelry, and now the precious metals investment market. The first palladium coins were issued in 1966 by Sierra Leone and 1967 by Tonga. Other nations to issue early palladium coins included France, the Soviet Union, Canada, Portugal, China, and Australia. However, these were all commemorative coins issued with low mintages or on a one-time basis. Production of palladium bullion coins wouldn’t take place until the 21st century.

    Canadian Palladium Maple Leafs

    The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coin is widely recognized as the first major palladium bullion coin. It was introduced in 2005 by the Royal Canadian Mint, but was only struck initially through 2007 and once again in 2009. The coins were not issued in 2008 and halted from 2010-2014. The Royal Canadian Mint reintroduced the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coins in 2015 with the same standards and options originally offered.

    Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coins are available only in 1 Troy oz palladium with .9995 pure content. The coins have a face value of $50 (CAD) and feature the same designs as all other coins in the Canadian Maple Leaf Series. On the obverse of the coins is the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, which for Palladium Maple Leaf coins has always been the right-profile portrait created in 2003 by Susanna Blunt as the fourth-generation Canadian design.

    The reverse side of Palladium Maple Leaf coins includes Walter Ott’s sugar maple leaf design that debuted in 1979 on the Gold Maple Leaf coin. The modern Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coins issued after 2015 feature the radial lines in the background on both sides of the coin to help combat counterfeiting. The reverse also includes the micro-laser privy mark with the last two digits of the date mark visible under magnification.

    Because of the varied dates of availability for the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf during its two-plus decades in production, it is most common for JM Bullion to carry this coin in varied listings. In this type of listing, we offer the 1 oz Canadian Palladium Maple Leafs in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, but from variable years of issue. We have a wide range of them in stock, but are not able to guarantee a date mark in advance. As such, it is considered a variable listing.

    American Palladium Eagles

    After seven years of waiting and debuting exactly two decades after the last addition to the American Eagle Series, the American Palladium Eagle was first released by the United States Mint in 2017. The American Eagle Palladium Bullion Coin Act of 2010 authorized the production of an official palladium bullion coin as part of the existing American Eagle Series. The coins in this series debuted in 1986 with the Gold Eagle and Silver Eagle, later expanding in 1997 to include the Platinum Eagle. The Palladium Bullion Coin Act was passed by the 111th US Congress and introduced with two historic design elements on its obverse and reverse fields.

    On the obverse of all 1 oz American Palladium Eagle Coins is an image known as Winged Liberty. This left-profile portrait of Liberty was created in 1916 by Adolph A. Weinman and originally featured on the Mercury Dime, as the US Dime of that era was colloquially known. The image of Liberty includes a winged Phrygian cap on her head and inscriptions of “Liberty,” “In God We Trust,” and “2017.” You will also find the initials “AW” on this side in honor of Weinman.

    His original design of Liberty on the US Dime, officially known as the Winged Liberty Dime, became known among Americans as the Mercury Dime. This was due to Liberty’s similar appearance to the Roman messenger god, Mercury.

    The reverse face of American Palladium Eagles comes with another design from Weinman, but not one that was ever used on American coinage. Rather than using the reverse from the Mercury Dime, the US Mint stuck to its American Eagle focus in the series with a 1907 design Weinman created for the American Institute of Architects medal design. This design features a powerful bald eagle perched on a cliff as it clutches sapling in its talons and beak. The inscriptions on this face of the coin include “United States of America,” “$25,” “1 oz. Pd .9995 Fine,” and “E Pluribus Unum.”

    Variations in the American Palladium Eagle Series

    While the American Palladium Eagle is much like the other American Eagle bullion coins, offering the highest in metal purity and at least a 1 oz option annually, the US Mint’s approach to coining the American Palladium Eagle has been unique in one major way. The US Mint issues the American Gold Eagle and American Silver Eagle annually (as of 2006) in Brilliant Uncirculated, Proof, and Burnished versions. The American Platinum Eagle is available annually in Brilliant Uncirculated and Proof options.

    The US Mint has issued all of these versions, and an additional option not regularly issued in the others. Each year of availability to date in this series has featured a different version of the coin. These included the following options:

    • 2017 Brilliant Uncirculated
    • 2018 Proof
    • 2019 Reverse Proof
    • 2020 Burnished

    All of the American Palladium Eagle Coins produced between 2017 and 2020 were issued by the West Point Mint. However, only the Proof, Reverse Proof, and Burnished coins feature the “W” mint mark on the obverse field of the coins. This mint mark is found below “In God We Trust” near the neckline of Liberty.

    The proof coin has the traditional proof visuals of any coin that include frosted design elements overlaying mirrored fields. The 2019 release of a reverse proof delivered the exact opposite in the visuals, with mirrored design strikes over frosted background fields. The 2020 burnished coin brought the clean, matte elements of other US Mint burnished coins to the new American Palladium Eagle Series.

    Demand for American Palladium Eagles

    The first release of the American Palladium Eagle BU coin in 2017 came with a mintage of 15,000 coins and all 15,000 were reported sold out at the US Mint. The 2018 Proof Palladium Eagle had the same mintage cap, and again achieved a sell-out of all coins at the US Mint. The coin with the highest mintage to date in the series is the 2019 Reverse Proof coin with a mintage cap of 30,000 coins. All items were sold out at the US Mint and most have also been sold by authorized third-party dealers. The 2020 Burnished Palladium Eagle has the lowest mintage to date in the series at 10,000, and sold out very quickly with the US Mint and most authorized dealers.

    Russian Palladium Coins

    One of the earliest palladium coin collections released in the modern era was the Russian Palladium Ballerina. Designed to capture Russia’s national fascination with the strength, beauty, and determination of the Moscow Ballet, the coins feature new images of ballerinas at work with each date mark. Issued from 1989 to 1995, the coins also had the hammer-and-sickle design of the Soviet Union on the other side each year. Even after the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991 and the establishment of the new Russian Federation, the coins continued to use the Soviet-inspired design until its conclusion.

    Throughout its release, the Russian Palladium Ballerina was issued as a Brilliant Uncirculated and Proof specimen, with weights available of 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz, though the fractional-ounce coins were not issued with great regularity or in great numbers. The proof series was the most likely to feature the fractional ounce coins with each date mark.

    Certified Palladium Coins

    Like investment-grade coins in other metals, palladium coins are available originally in Brilliant Uncirculated condition from the issuing mint. From time to time though, you may find certified palladium coins available to purchase as well. Most of these have the certification of the Professional Coin Grading Service or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. The coins are most commonly assigned one of the top-two certifications on the Sheldon numeric scale:

    • Mint State 70 – this is considered a perfect specimen. Coins of this grade exhibit full, original mint luster with no detracting flaws.
    • Mint State 69 – this is a near-perfect grade. Coins in this condition have full, original mint luster with a maximum of two minor detracting flaws.

    Purchasing Palladium Coins from JM Bullion

    From the American Palladium Eagle to the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf, don’t hesitate to reach out to JM Bullion with questions when buying palladium. Our customer service team is available at 800-276-6508, online through our live chat, and using our email address. You can also turn to our Payment Methods FAQ page for quick answers to common questions regarding payment methods and purchasing maximums/minimums.