1996 Australia $50 Platinum Koala NGC PF70 1996 Australia $50 Platinum Koala NGC PF70
JJ10157
As Low As: $2,100.00
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0.0
1 oz Credit Suisse Platinum Bar - With Assay 1 oz Credit Suisse Platinum Bar - With Assay
BARPL6
As Low As: $1,089.84
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1 - 9 $1,093.84 $1,128.84
10 - 24 $1,091.84 $1,126.78
25+ $1,089.84 $1,124.71
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1 oz PAMP Suisse Platinum Bar (W/Assay) .999+ Fine 1 oz PAMP Suisse Platinum Bar (W/Assay) .999+ Fine
BARPL1
As Low As: $1,114.85
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5.0 IRA
10 oz Pamp Suisse Platinum Bars 999.5 with Assay Certificate 10 oz Pamp Suisse Platinum Bars 999.5 with Assay Certifica...
BARPL2
As Low As: $10,798.40
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3 - 5 $10,808.40 $11,154.27
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2012 1 oz Platinum Australian Platypus 2012 1 oz Platinum Australian Platypus
JJ840
Out Of Stock
0.0 IRA
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Platinum Coins and Bars

The first notable deposits of platinum were found mixed with gold deposit during the Spanish conquest of Colombia in the 1500's. They named this worthless metal with the high melting point "platina," or "little silver." It wasn't until the early 1800's that a method for smelting and purifying platinum was finally found. The famous metals corporation Johnson-Matthey began when Percival Johnson took in George Matthey as an apprentice in 1838. Together they perfected platinum and palladium refining in 1851.

Today, platinum is vital to the auto industry in many capacities, from catalytic converters to processes for raising the octane of raw gasoline. It is also used in medical instruments and surgical devices and has gained popularity in the jewelry industry as a metal of choice. In the 1980's, platinum was introduced as an investment option.

 

Payment Method

You have three options for payment methods when ordering online from Gainesville Coins.

  • You can pay with credit card: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and now American Express are accepted.
  • You can pay with a check, cashier's check, or money order.
  • You can also pay by bank wire.

All checks must clear a hold period of 10 business days before your order will ship.

Bank wire payments require a 5% (10% for International) authorization hold on your credit card. (This isn't a charge and will be voided once your wire for the full amount is received.) Check with your bank for assistance with our bank wire instructions.

Orders paid with by credit card must ship to the address associated with the credit card account to help protect our customers from fraud. International credit cards are not accepted.

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