- Updated: 04/16/2014 at 12:28:05
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Among the rarest of precious metals, the investment value of palladium bullion—as well as its value as currency—was overlooked until relatively recently. Unlike gold, silver, and even platinum—each of which has a long and time-honored tradition of use as currency—the silver-white metal was not minted as such until 1966, when Sierra Leone issued the world’s first palladium coins. Read More
We maintain a large inventory of palladium coins and palladium bars ready to ship throughout the United States and Canada. We regularly stock Canadian palladium Maple Leaf coins, as well as 1 oz. PAMP Suisse palladium bars, 1 oz. Credit Suisse palladium bars, 10 oz. PAMP Suisse palladium bars, and 1 Kilo PAMP Suisse palladium bars.
Some palladium coins and bars are IRA eligible. Please call for details.
The 1 oz. Stillwater Johnson Matthey Lewis & Clark Palladium bar .9995 Fine (In Assay) contains ... read more
This 1 oz. Stillwater Johnson Matthey Lewis & Clark Palladium Round .9995 fine (In Assay) ... read more
A product of the Singapore Mint, and authorized by the Singapore Monetary Authority, the 1987 1 oz. ... read more
The 1 oz. Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf is a product of the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM), which ... read more
The 1 oz. PAMP Suisse Palladium Bar offers a unique investment opportunity for collectors, possessing ... read more
Each 1 oz. Credit Suisse Palladium Bar contains 1 full troy ounce of .9995 fine ... read more
Palladium bullion is rapidly earning worldwide acceptance as an investment metal, joining gold, ... read more
Each 1 Kilo PAMP Suisse Palladium Bar contains 32.15 troy ounces of pure, .9995 Fine Palladium ... read more