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    1 oz Valcambi Platinum Bar (New w/ Assay)

    As low as $76.99 per bar over spot!

    Platinum is another precious metal that can play an important role in diversifying your holdings. Valcambi is one of Europe’s most respected refiners. Based in Switzerland, Valcambi was founded in 1961 and refines several tons per day. They make some of the finest precious metals bars in the entire world. Their platinum bars are co... Read More

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    1-9 $1,071.03 $1,082.19 $1,115.66
    10-24 $1,066.03 $1,077.13 $1,110.45
    25+ $1,061.03 $1,072.08 $1,105.24

    2024 1 oz British Platinum Tudor Beasts The Tudor Dragon Coin (BU)

    As low as $79.99 per oz over spot!

    The Tudor Beasts Series from The Royal Mint celebrates the 10 heraldic beasts from King Henry VIII’s main residence, Hampden Court. Along the moat bridge leading into the castle, Henry VIII had statues of 10 heraldic beasts erected to celebrate the symbolism... Read More

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    1-9 $1,074.03 $1,085.22 $1,118.78
    10-19 $1,069.03 $1,080.17 $1,113.57
    20+ $1,064.03 $1,075.11 $1,108.36
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    1 oz Austrian Platinum Philharmonic Coin (Random Year)

    As low as $86.99 per oz over spot!

    Starting around 2016, there was an explosion of platinum coins offered in the bullion coin market. Given the relative affordability and growing demand for platinum in the 2010s, several mints expanded existing programs to include a platinum version. The popula... Read More

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    1-9 $1,081.03 $1,092.29 $1,126.07
    10-19 $1,076.03 $1,087.24 $1,120.86
    20+ $1,071.03 $1,082.19 $1,115.66

    2024 1 oz Australian Platinum Kangaroo Coin (BU)

    As low as $89.99 per oz over spot!

    The 2024 release of Perth Mint’s major bullion collections, such as the Kookaburra, Koala, and Kangaroo, marks the first time in history that a monarch other than Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II graces the obverse of these programs. The 2024 Platinum Kangaroo is among those coins experiencing this first. Right now, 2024 1 oz Australian Platin... Read More

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    1-9 $1,084.03 $1,095.32 $1,129.20
    10-19 $1,079.03 $1,090.27 $1,123.99
    20+ $1,074.03 $1,085.22 $1,118.78

    2024 1 oz Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

    The Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf was introduced by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1988 alongside its launch of the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf. Like all other versions of the Maple Leaf bullion coin, the 2024 Platinum Maple Leaf will be the first to feature the new portrait of His Majesty King Charles III. Right now, 2024 1 oz Canadian Platinum Maple Le... Read More

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    1-9 $1,091.03 $1,102.39 $1,136.49
    10-19 $1,086.03 $1,097.34 $1,131.28
    20+ $1,081.03 $1,092.29 $1,126.07

    1 oz Australian Platinum Koala Coin (Random Year)

    Any quantity available for $96.99 per oz over spot!

    Many investors sometimes overlook platinum coin programs when buying online, mostly because these coins have low mintage figures and lack the visibility of major issues such as the American Silver Eagle or Canadian Gold Maple Leaf. However, that doesn’t detr... Read More

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    1994 1 oz Australian Platinum Koala Coin

    Any quantity available for $106.99 per oz over spot!

    The Australian Platinum Koala was introduced by Perth Mint in 1988. Though the series was canceled after 12 years, it remains a popular option for those who can find platinum coins on the market today as the demand for platinum rebounds. Today, 1994 1 oz Australian Platinum Koala Coins are available to you online from JM Bullion. ... Read More

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    2022 1 oz Austrian Platinum Philharmonic Coin (BU)

    Any quantity available for $111.99 per coin over spot!

    The most recent introduction in the Austrian Philharmonic bullion series from the Austrian Mint is the platinum coin. Introduced in 2016 with a 1 oz platinum option, the series added a second coin in 2017 with the debut of a 1/25 oz platinum coin. Now, 2022 1 ... Read More

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    1+ $1,096.03 $1,107.45 $1,141.70

    1 oz American Platinum Eagle Coin (Random Year, BU)

    Any quantity available for $316.99 per oz over spot!

    The American Eagle coin program is one of the most popular in the world. In total, the series consists of silver, gold, and platinum bullion coins. While the gold and silver coins are world renowned, the American Platinum Eagle is less popular around the globe... Read More

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    1+ $1,301.03 $1,314.58 $1,355.24

    2017 1 oz American Platinum Eagle Coin (BU)

    Any quantity available for $346.99 per oz over spot!

    Like its counterparts around the globe, the American Eagle Series of bullion coins from the United States Mint is available on an annual basis in a variety of metals. The youngest member of the collection is the American Platinum Eagle Coin, which debuted in 1997 with a proof and bullion version. Right now, the 2017 1 oz American Pla... Read More

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    1+ $1,331.03 $1,344.89 $1,386.49

    2019 1 oz American Platinum Eagle Coin (BU)

    Any quantity available for $366.99 per coin over spot!

    The American Eagle program from the United States Mint launched as the nation’s official coinage series in 1986. At the time, the American Eagle Series featured only a gold and silver coin. In 1997, the series was expanded to feature a new metallic option for the first time with the introduction of the American Platinum Eagle. The ... Read More

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    1+ $1,351.03 $1,365.10 $1,407.32

    10 oz Engelhard Platinum Bar (Secondary Market)

    Platinum bars are increasingly attractive to investors as demand for platinum rises and the supply chain remains limited. As these two factors come together, investors are eagerly looking to platinum as an alternative to gold and silver when building a diverse portfolio of precious metals. Right now, 10 oz Engelhard Platinum Bars from the secondary market are available to purchase online from JM Bullion. Bar Highlights: Arrives inside of ... Read More

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    1+ $10,810.30 $10,922.91 $11,260.73

    5 Gram PAMP Suisse Fortuna Platinum Bar (New w/ Assay)

    If you are looking for a small platinum bar, look no further. The PAMP Suisse fortune platinum bar is affordable for investors big and small and is manufactured by one of the most highly respected refiners in the world. These 5 gram platinum bars are easily stored at home or in a safe deposit box. Bar Highlights: Contains 5 grams (.1607 oz) of .9995 fine platinum. ... Read More

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    2024 1 oz Austrian Platinum Philharmonic Coin (BU)

    Austrian Philharmonic coins have been available from the Austrian Mint since 1989. The series launched as a gold bullion collection and, for nearly 30 years, was available only with gold bullion weights for investors. In the 2000s and 2010s, the program began to expand to other metals, with platinum bullion coins the most recent to enter production. Today, 2024 1 oz Austri... Read More

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    2024 1 oz Australia Platinum Perth Mint 125th Anniversary Coin (BU)

    The Perth Mint was originally a branch of Britain's Royal Mint. However, in 1970, ownership was transferred to the Government of Western Australia, making it a state-owned entity. The Perth Mint has become renowned for its production of bullion coins and bars. It produces a wide range of bullion products, including gold, silver, and platinum coins, which are highly sought ... Read More

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    2023 1 oz Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

    Canadian Maple Leaf coins from the Royal Canadian Mint come in a variety of options each year. While the Gold Maple Leaf Series is the only version of the coin with multiple weights, the program is available in silver, platinum, and palladium as well. Now, 2023 1 oz Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf Coins are available to you for purchase online from JM... Read More

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    100 Gram Valcambi Platinum Bar (New w/ Assay)

    Platinum has a long and rich history. Archaeologists have discovered traces of this precious metal in gold used by ancient Egyptians. Platinum was first used as a currency as early as the late 1820s in Russia. Now, platinum serves as a great metal to invest in to diversify your portfolio. Both platinum coins and bars are great options, a top option though is the 100 Gram Valcambi Platinum Bar. Order yours today, at JM Bullion. Bar Highlights: ... Read More

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    10 oz Credit Suisse Platinum Bar (New w/ Assay)

    Platinum is quietly garnering a greater share of the spotlight in the precious metals industry. While popular bullion coin programs, including the Canadian Maple Leaf and American Eagle, feature platinum variants, the most popular platinum products available at the moment are bullion bars. The 10 oz Credit Suisse Platinum Bar is available right now from JM Bullion. Bar Highlights: Available in new condition from JM Bullion. Individual ... Read More

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    Popular IRA-Approved Platinum Bullion

    Precious metal investors are more than familiar with gold and silver bullion. Investors purchase gold and silver coins or bars as a hedge against inflation and market fluctuation, directing those coins and bars to Precious Metal IRA accounts. Fewer investors are familiar with the fact that platinum coins and bars can also be purchased and directed toward Precious Metal IRA accounts. The variety of IRA-approved platinum bullion is less diverse than gold and silver, which can make it more difficult for investors to find the right platinum investments. Below you’ll find a rundown of the most-popular IRA-approved platinum bullion products we carry at JM Bullion.

    Introduction to Platinum

    With a shiny luster similar to silver, platinum is actually named for the Spanish term “little silver” or platina. Silver-white in appearance, platinum is a precious metal that is dense, malleable, ductile, and highly unreactive. Its high-unreactive nature has made it popular in a variety of industries. Catalytic converters in cars are one of the largest industrial uses for platinum, as well as laboratory equipment, electrical contacts, dental equipment, and even jewelry. Platinum prices have ebbed and flowed drastically in the last few decades, with prices trending higher for most of the 2000s and 2010s.

    Popular IRA-Approved Platinum Bullion Coins

    When it comes to diversity, the best option for platinum investors is to purchase platinum bullion coins. Like their silver and gold counterparts, platinum bullion coins are issued by sovereign mints and feature government backing for the purity and weight of the coins. The availability of platinum bullion coins cannot match gold and silver, but when compared to platinum bars you’ll find far more options to choose from when making investment purchases. The following are the most-popular IRA-approved platinum coins:

    • American Platinum Eagle: Introduced in 1997, the American Platinum Eagle coinage features the Statue of Liberty’s face on the obverse side and the image of a bald eagle soaring over America on the reverse. The proof version of Platinum Eagles is notable as the only US Mint bullion coin with a changing design set with each year’s release.
    • Australian Platinum Kangaroo: One of two major platinum bullion issues from the Perth Mint, the Australian Platinum Kangaroo coin is among the newest options in the market. The coins debuted in 2018 with the famed hopping red kangaroo design with a sunburst edge design.
    • Australian Platinum Platypus: The Australian Platinum Platypus coinage is similar to other Perth Mint collections in its use of a native species on the coin’s reverse side. However, the Platinum Platypus coinage doesn’t change designs as often. The Platinum Platypus is the first major platinum bullion coin from an industrialized nation, debuting in 1987.
    • Austrian Platinum Philharmonic: The Austrian Mint introduced the Platinum Philharmonic to join the silver and gold versions in 2016. It bears the same designs featured on its counterparts in other metals with .9995 pure platinum content.
    • British Platinum Britannia: Another new addition to the lineup of IRA-approved platinum coins in 2018 was the British Platinum Britannia. The coins feature the same Britannia design and effigy of the monarch from other Britannia coins and have the unique option of a 1/10 oz fractional Platinum Britannia as well.
    • Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf: Like the American Platinum Eagle and Australian Platinum Platypus, the Platinum Maple Leaf is an established IRA-approved platinum coin. Available since 1988, the Platinum Maple Leaf includes only a 1 oz platinum coin option as of 2009.

    These coins represent the most common and well-established IRA-approved platinum coins. There are other new additions popping up in the market as time passes. The Royal Mint’s Queen’s Beast Series of platinum coins is yet another example of a recent addition with each of the 10 designs in the collection available in platinum.

    Popular IRA-Approved Platinum Bullion Bars

    For those investors who prefer the simplicity of platinum bars, the options dwindle compared to coins but still come from many of the most respected refineries around the globe. The selection of popular IRA-approved platinum bars come from the likes of PAMP Suisse, Valcambi, and Credit Suisse. Weights range from 1 Gram to 1 Troy oz and 10 Troy oz. The following is a brief rundown of popular IRA-approved platinum bars available from JM Bullion:

    • PAMP Suisse Fortuna: The Fortuna Series of bars from PAMP Suisse includes precious metal bars in gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. The famed image of Fortuna, the Roman goddess of fortune, is found on the obverse face while the PAMP logo and identifying markers are engraved on the reverse. The Fortuna platinum bars are the most diverse option you’ll find, with 1 Gram, 1 Troy oz, and 10 Troy oz commonly available.
    • Valcambi Platinum Bars: Valcambi’s collection of platinum bars is anchored by the 1 oz bar. Simplicity is the name of the game, with designs focused solely on the Valcambi logo and a serial number with assayer’s mark.
    • Credit Suisse Platinum Bars: Credit Suisse is one of the oldest names in precious metals refining. Originally opened in the 1850s in an effort to fund the construction of the Swiss national rail system, today Credit Suisse refines silver, gold, and platinum bars in a variety of weights.

    Basics of a Platinum IRA

    Platinum IRA accounts are much like their counterparts in silver and gold. The products you buy and direct toward a Platinum IRA must have a minimum fineness of .9995 pure platinum. Platinum coins must come from sovereign mints while platinum bars must come from a refinery that has established and credited assayers. Because gold and platinum tend to move in opposite directions (platinum goes up, gold drops, and vice versa), a Platinum IRA is a great means of achieving diversification among your Precious Metal IRA accounts. You can use the popular IRA-approved platinum mentioned above in Platinum IRAs that operate like traditional or Roth options.

    Buying Popular IRA-Approved Platinum

    For assistance with your platinum purchase or to get answers regarding the aforementioned popular IRA-approved platinum coins and bars, give JM Bullion customer service a call at 800-276-6508. You can also connect with us online through our live chat and email address.