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    $1,249.20
    4.70
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    $14.64
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  • Platinum
    $783.20
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About the 2019 American 1 Oz Platinum Eagle (BU) - Estimated To Ship Week Of 2/4/19-2/8/19!

Beginning in 1997 with a few breaks in between, the Platinum American Eagle is the most popular and most respected platinum bullion coin on the market today. While this coin used to be available in fractional sizes, the 2019 edition is expected to only be produced in the 1 oz size. When made available, these coins tend to sell out quickly as there are limited options on the marketplace for platinum. Be sure to reserve yours today!

Highlights of this Coin:

  • Contains one (1) troy ounce of .9995 pure platinum.
  • Produced by the U.S. Mint and backed by the U.S. Gov't with a face value of $100 USD.
  • Individual coins are shipped in protective plastic flips. Orders of 20 coins are shipped in original mint sealed tubes.
  • The obverse depicts the image of Liberty by John Mercanti.
  • The reverse depitcs the iconic bald eagle in flight by Thomas D. Rogers. 

About the United States Platinum Eagle Program

Since its inception in 1986, the American Eagle bullion coin program has been wildly successful. Almost immediately after their initial release in 1986, the gold and silver Eagle coins began immensely popular and widely accepted bullion products. Some would argue that they are the most universally trusted bullion items in the marketplace.

Given the success of the silver and gold versions, the United States Mint decided to unveil a platinum American Eagle in 1997. Like its gold brethren, the platinum Eagle was issued in four denominations: 1/10 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz and 1 oz. The coins carried face values of $10, $25, $50 and $100 respectively. This would mark the first time a regular-issued American coin would have a face value of $100—and only the second regular-issue coin with a $50 face value.

In addition to regular-issue “business strikes” (i.e. coins produced strictly as bullion products), all four denominations were also issued in proof format. Collectors could buy individual denominations or specially-produced four coin sets. All proofs were released in velvet display boxes with certificates of authenticit.

In contrast to the gold and silver Eagles—which enjoyed tremendous success in the late 1990s and early 2000s—the platinum Eagle never saw the same level of demand. Therefore, mintages were often tiny. Whereas silver Eagle mintages were in the millions and gold eagle mintages were in the hundreds of thousands, some platinum eagles had mintages of under 10,000!

The U.S. Mint eliminated the majority of the platinum Eagle program after 2008, when it discontinued all business strikes but continued to release a small number of one ounce proofs. The Mint attempted to revive the bullion edition platinum eagle again in 2014, but again it was met with only limited demand. A modest number of 2014 one-ounce pieces were distributed through U.S. Mint authorized bullion purchasers, but the coin was not brought back for 2015.

While the platinum Eagle may have been unpopular as a bullion product, it has developed something of a following as a collectible. Drawn to their low mintages, numismatists have begun to assemble sets of uncirculated 1997-2008 platinum Eagles. They boast some of the lowest production levels of any modern American coin, yet they trade for a relatively small premium over melt. The proof issues have also become quite popular.

Collectors have also discovered that Uncirculated platinum eagles can actually be quite scarce in MS 69, especially in the 1/2 oz and 1 oz denominations. Due to the nature of the design—and the fact that the coins are both hard and heavy—platinum Eagles are often seen with nicks and abrasions. As a general rule, they are much more likely to be seen with marks than their gold and silver cousins.

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2019 American 1 Oz Platinum Eagle (BU) - PREORDER

Product code: US-APE-2019$100
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Estimated To Ship Week Of 2/4/19-2/8/19!

Platinum
$779.20
$783.20
-$0.40
Pricing
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1 + $873.19 $905.93
Just $89.99 Over Spot!
OR
Additional Information
Metal Type Platinum
Metal Weight 1
Grading Service Ungraded
Date 2019
Purity .9995 Fine Platinum
Country of Manufacture United States
Manufacturer United States Mint

About the 2019 American 1 Oz Platinum Eagle (BU) - Estimated To Ship Week Of 2/4/19-2/8/19!

Beginning in 1997 with a few breaks in between, the Platinum American Eagle is the most popular and most respected platinum bullion coin on the market today. While this coin used to be available in fractional sizes, the 2019 edition is expected to only be produced in the 1 oz size. When made available, these coins tend to sell out quickly as there are limited options on the marketplace for platinum. Be sure to reserve yours today!

Highlights of this Coin:

  • Contains one (1) troy ounce of .9995 pure platinum.
  • Produced by the U.S. Mint and backed by the U.S. Gov't with a face value of $100 USD.
  • Individual coins are shipped in protective plastic flips. Orders of 20 coins are shipped in original mint sealed tubes.
  • The obverse depicts the image of Liberty by John Mercanti.
  • The reverse depitcs the iconic bald eagle in flight by Thomas D. Rogers. 

About the United States Platinum Eagle Program

Since its inception in 1986, the American Eagle bullion coin program has been wildly successful. Almost immediately after their initial release in 1986, the gold and silver Eagle coins began immensely popular and widely accepted bullion products. Some would argue that they are the most universally trusted bullion items in the marketplace.

Given the success of the silver and gold versions, the United States Mint decided to unveil a platinum American Eagle in 1997. Like its gold brethren, the platinum Eagle was issued in four denominations: 1/10 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz and 1 oz. The coins carried face values of $10, $25, $50 and $100 respectively. This would mark the first time a regular-issued American coin would have a face value of $100—and only the second regular-issue coin with a $50 face value.

In addition to regular-issue “business strikes” (i.e. coins produced strictly as bullion products), all four denominations were also issued in proof format. Collectors could buy individual denominations or specially-produced four coin sets. All proofs were released in velvet display boxes with certificates of authenticit.

In contrast to the gold and silver Eagles—which enjoyed tremendous success in the late 1990s and early 2000s—the platinum Eagle never saw the same level of demand. Therefore, mintages were often tiny. Whereas silver Eagle mintages were in the millions and gold eagle mintages were in the hundreds of thousands, some platinum eagles had mintages of under 10,000!

The U.S. Mint eliminated the majority of the platinum Eagle program after 2008, when it discontinued all business strikes but continued to release a small number of one ounce proofs. The Mint attempted to revive the bullion edition platinum eagle again in 2014, but again it was met with only limited demand. A modest number of 2014 one-ounce pieces were distributed through U.S. Mint authorized bullion purchasers, but the coin was not brought back for 2015.

While the platinum Eagle may have been unpopular as a bullion product, it has developed something of a following as a collectible. Drawn to their low mintages, numismatists have begun to assemble sets of uncirculated 1997-2008 platinum Eagles. They boast some of the lowest production levels of any modern American coin, yet they trade for a relatively small premium over melt. The proof issues have also become quite popular.

Collectors have also discovered that Uncirculated platinum eagles can actually be quite scarce in MS 69, especially in the 1/2 oz and 1 oz denominations. Due to the nature of the design—and the fact that the coins are both hard and heavy—platinum Eagles are often seen with nicks and abrasions. As a general rule, they are much more likely to be seen with marks than their gold and silver cousins.

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