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Platinum coins offer excellent investment potential and are a unique alternative to silver and gold for precious metal collectors. While U.S. Eagles and Canadian Maple Leafs are the most popular platinum coins, there are other options for buyers looking for something different. On this page, you'll find our current selection of other platinum bullion products. If you're new to investing in platinum, we would be happy to put together a package customized to your budget and your financial goals. Explore our website and Investor Education library for more information, or contact our office directly for assistance.

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Platinum Koala Coins

The Australian Mint issued its first Platinum Koala in 1988 — since then, the coin has remained a popular alternative to U.S. and Canadian bullion products. Platinum Koalas have a face value of $100 and feature a striking obverse design that changes almost every year, making them a good coin for both collectors and investors. The Koala is notable for its extensive frosting, which gives it a radiance that is unmatched among other platinum coins.

With the introduction of the Platinum Koala, Australia became the first country to issue a 1 oz., 9995 platinum coin as legal tender. It is still one of the best-known platinum coins, as well as a unique choice for anyone who loves nature or wants to invest in a slightly different type of precious metal bullion.

The majority of Platinum Koalas for sale from Mint State Gold are in ungraded, Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition, though we often can accommodate special requests for collectors.

Other Platinum Coins

Platinum is gaining in popularity among investors. As mints around the world introduce new coins and more options become available to collectors and investors alike, Mint State Gold will continue to offer a carefully curated selection of high-quality products. Keep checking this page to see our most recent platinum offerings.

Why Invest in Platinum?

Platinum is a precious metal with several notable qualities. It's extremely rare and difficult to mine — only two sites worldwide do so on an industrial scale, and more than 10 tons of ore must be removed to produce a single ounce of it. Despite this scarcity, it is an essential component of our modern life and is present in everything from automotive parts to electronics and medical devices.

For these reasons, platinum is an excellent metal to invest in. While no investment is 100% certain, the rarity and importance of platinum make it a worthy addition to any precious metal portfolio. Compared to stocks, bonds, and other products, precious metal bullion is a more tangle investment — one you can see and feel with your own hands. For many investors, this is a crucial part of its appeal.

Investing With Mint State Gold

If you're going to invest in platinum or other precious metal, do so with a team that has a long history in the industry. Mint State Gold is a recognized expert in precious metals. We provide in-depth advice and a carefully selected inventory of products. Get started by contacting our office to speak with a representative directly.

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