The American Platinum Eagle may not be as popular as its gold counterpart, it still boasts one of the most easily recognizable designs in the world. Each coin has its purity and weight assured by the United States Government, so you can be sure you’re making a safe and trustworthy investment. Produced since 1997, all American Platinum Eagles have a composition of .9995 pure platinum in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. With historically low mintages, these 1 oz coins are a rare find, so get yours before supplies run out. Whether you’re thinking about investing in platinum or already have a collection, the American Eagle is a safe and secure way to enhance your assets. American Eagles are available in a number of denominations and finishes, with 1 oz being the largest option. All 2020 1 oz Platinum Eagles have a legal tender of $100. Coins can be purchased individually and arrive in protective, plastic flips. Bulk options include tubes of 20 or Monster Boxes of 500 coins (25 tubes). With a solid guarantee and a popular choice amongst investors and collectors, there is no better way to invest in the scarce and indispensable merit platinum bullion can offer.
- Celebrate the 2020 release of the American Platinum Eagle
- Obverse and reverse feature historical and memorable artwork
- Each coin has a legal tender value of $100
- Purity, weight and content all backed by the U.S. Government
- Contains one troy ounce of .9995 pure platinum content in Brilliant Uncirculated condition
- Individual coins arrive in protective, plastic flaps to minimize the potential of dents or scratches
- Bulk options include tubes of 20 or Monster Boxes of 500 (25 tubes)
- Popular world-wide among investors and collectors alike
- A great alternative to gold and silver
- Approved for any precious metal IRA
History: The United States Mint has a history of excellence, quality and reliability that has continued since its initiation. Founded in the late 18th century, shortly after the achievement of American independence, the Philadelphia branch was originally a division of the State Department. However, it was granted autonomy in 1799. Today, the Mint boasts four facilities across the country: Philadelphia (1792), San Francisco (1854), Denver (1863) and most recently West Point (1988). The West Point branch was originally built to serve as a storage unit. However, like it’s counterparts across the nation, it now strikes American Eagles in gold, silver and platinum. While the Mint is primarily known for their production of legal coinage, they also create Congressional and commemorative medals and properly distribute quantities of gold and silver across the nation. A collaborative effort amongst Phillip N. Diehl (United States Mint), David L. Ganz (American Numismatic Association) and Jacques Luben (Platinum Guild International) began in 1995 to initiate the legislative process of preparing the Platinum Eagle for production. The series was officially launched in 1997. The Platinum Eagle is the official platinum bullion coin of the United States, in addition to being the one and only source of investment grade platinum available in the country.
Design: The obverse each American Eagle carries a historic and patriotic image, commonly recognized by millions across the world, designed by Chief Mint Engraver, John Mercanti. While Mercanti retired in 2010, his iconic artwork continues to be represented on hundreds of products produced by the Mint each year. The iconic Lady Liberty graces the front, with the word “LIBERTY” engraved across the top. “E Pluribus Unum”, “In God We Trust” and the year “2020” are additionally inscribed. The reverse image was designed by Thomas D. Rogers, a former sculptor and engraver for the United States Mint. His best known work can be seen on the back of any Sacagawea dollar. The reverse of each American Platinum Eagle features America’s national bird, the eagle, soaring in the sky. A promising sunrise can be seen in the left hand corner. “United States of America” is engraved, along with purity, content and weight. The design described above is the original that debuted in 1997, although there have been several since the series’ initiation. All Platinum Eagles are guaranteed by the United States Government.
Composition: With a design you won’t forget, the 1 oz American Platinum Eagle is composed of .9995 fine platinum. Each coin measures 32.7 mm in diameter and 2.39 mm in thickness, complete with reeded edges. As with all products produced by the U.S. Mint, the composition of each American Eagle is guaranteed by the United States Government.
Packaging Info: Individual American Platinum Eagles will arrive in protective, plastic flips. Bulk options include mint tubes of 20 coins or Monster Boxes of 500 coins, with the box holding a total of 25 tubes. All American Platinum Eagles provided in this listing are in BU condition.
Why Buy 2020 American Platinum Eagles? With historically low mintages, the American Platinum Eagle is a safe and secure investment, commonly sought after by both investors and collectors. First issued in 1997, they are the first and only investment-grade platinum coins minted in the United States and are guaranteed to add instant diversity to any portfolio. While Platinum Eagles can act as a commercial commodity, they are also approved for any precious metals Individual Retirement Account. Supplies are limited, so please reach out if you have any questions on the 2020 1 oz Platinum Eagle or any other products you are considering. At Hero Bullion, we are committed to offering our best advice to help you make the right investment choice for the futures of you and your loved ones.