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 Palladium Coins

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In the area of bullion coins, palladium is the most elusive of the precious metals. Palladium itself was only discovered as late as 1803 by William Hyde Wollaston, and it sees the most use in applications such as in auto parts or dentistry tools. Nonetheless, about 8.84 million ounces now account for the world’s palladium sales, and there is now a lively niche for owners of physical palladium. The rare silvery-white coins are now in circulation for bullion trading and are also minted for special commemorative purposes. Authentic items contain 1 troy ounce each of 999.5 pure, investment-grade palladium. 

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1 oz Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf Coin (Random Year)
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Palladium Coin Designs

There are two primary means of attaining physical palladium. One is by buying palladium bars, also known as ingots or wafers; the other is by purchasing palladium coins from a known international minting facility. There are pros and cons alike to buying palladium bars or coins. But seasoned investors looking to add the metal to their portfolio are best off choosing coins for their first foray.

Famous mints that have released palladium coins are the United States Mint (American Palladium Eagle) and the Royal Canadian Mint (Palladium Maple Leaf, Palladium Big and Little Bear Constellations). Signature designs on these coins—such as the American bald eagle, the Canadian maple leaf, and the face of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II— look all the more exceptional when struck in palladium.

History of Palladium Coins

Industrial use of palladium began in earnest in the 1980s. The metal was soon incorporated into electronics, jewelry, and automotive parts like catalytic converters. To this day, the countries that rule over the world’s palladium production are Russia (via the Norilsk Nickel), the United States, and South Africa.

In 1966, the world’s first palladium coins were produced in Sierra Leone. Production followed suit in the Polynesian kingdom of Tonga before the metal gained traction in Canada, the Soviet Union, and France. The Russian Federation, known before as the USSR, cemented its reputation as the world’s top minter of palladium coins. The United States Mint was only authorized to issue one troy-ounce palladium coins in 2010, with face values of $25.

Palladium Coins at Present

Palladium bullion is now a key area for mints such as the Royal Canadian Mint, the United States Mint, and minting facilities based in China. But in comparison to gold and even to platinum, palladium coin mintage is low. In fact, a palladium coin release—the Canadian Big and Little Bear—is the Royal Canadian Mint’s lowest mintage, with less than 1200 coins in existence.

How to Invest in Palladium Coins with Goldmart

Want to add such exclusivity to your portfolio, but don’t know what type of palladium investment to start with? Consult with us at Goldmart and see what your options are. We promise top-class, authentic palladium items, and we also put a premium on our customer service. Call now to check out our palladium coin collection.

Goldmart is a dealer that you can trust if you’re looking to buy palladium coins and bars. Our repertoire contains precious metal items from the world’s top mints. Go no further than Goldmart to dive into the world of gold, silver, platinum, and palladium bullion. Shop for palladium coins online or call 1-888-470-0170 or start a live chat online to have a representative assist you.