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    1 oz American Platinum Eagle

    The 1 oz American Platinum Eagle was first released in 1997 and is the only investment grade platinum coin issued by the U.S. Mint.
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    About This Product

    Are you looking to buy the American Platinum Eagle, San Diego?

    The Platinum American Eagle is considered a modern platinum bullion coin and is produced by the US Mint in 4 sizes, 1/10, 1/4,  1/2, and 1 oz. sizes.

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    The Platinum Eagle carries a legal tender value, with its weight, purity and face value guaranteed by the U.S. Government. On the obverse, be sure to behold the inscription “Liberty” and the motto “IN GOD WE TRUST,” and “E PLURIBUS UNUM.”

    1 ounce Platinum Eagle coin has a face value of $100, the highest of any American coin ever produced.

    The American Platinum Eagle is sold in a tube of 10 coins. Inquire today about a tube of American Platinum Eagle coins.

    The half-ounce Platinum Eagle has a face value of $50. The quarter-ounce Platinum Eagle has a face value of $25. The tenth-ounce Platinum Eagle has a face value of $10. All of the platinum fractional American Platinum Eagles come in tubes of 20 coins.

    First issued in 1997, The American Patinum Eagle joined the Gold Eagle and Silver Eagle  coins as precious metal coin offerings from the US Mint. The American Gold Eagle andAmerican Silver Eagle were first minted in 1986.

    Even as the Spaniards found mother lodes of gold and silver, in what is today known as Colombia, they ignored the pestilent white nuggets mixed in with the gold. “Platina” they called it, a diminutive of the Spanish word plata, meaning silver.

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    Broadly put, platinum is a soft, dense, ductile metal, and is also very resistant to corrosion.Platinum is found today in high-end jewelry, exotic forms of write, electrical contacts and nonreactive laboratory vessels. In China, generally speaking, platinum is considered the creme-de-la-creme for China, thus spurring demand.

    Platinum is also important for diverse industrial applications, such as chemicals, plastics, oil refining, pollution control and more. In the future, many anticipate new uses for platinum in the fields of medical technology, exotic alloys, as well as other forms o technology and nanotechnology. Therefore, platinum has demand pressure from three economic areas: industry, jewelry, and bullion investment.

    Also, putting pressure on the future supply of this rare precious metal, is that the global supply of platinum is swiftly dwindling. First off, it is expensive to mine, separate and refine. In South Africa, one of the keystone producers of platinum on the globe, economic strife is leading to strikes at platinum mines and refineries.

    The American Platinum Eagle is a diverse and unique coin compared to the American Silver Eagle,American Gold Eagle, etc.

    1 oz. American Platinum Eagle

    The obverse of every American Platinum Eagle coin features the face of the Statue of Liberty, the year of mintage, and “In God We Trust.” However, the unique feature truly comes in with the design on the reverse.

    The American Platinum Eagle proof coins is the only bullion coin issued by the United States with a new design every year. This means that even though the coin has only been minted since 1997, it already has a wide array of interesting and beautiful designs. The yearly American Platinum Eagle designs are as follows:

    1. 1997: An eagle flying with the sun in the background at the horizon.
    2. 1998: A Bald Eagle soaring over a scene of New England with a full moon in the sky.
    3. 1999: A Bald Eagle above the wetlands of the Southeast and an alligator coming out of the swamp.
    4. 2000: A Bald Eagle flying over a field, house and barn in the Midwest.
    5. 2001: A Bald Eagle flying above cacti of the Southwest.
    6. 2002: A Bald Eagle flying down to catch a fish from a mountainside lake in the Northwestern United States.
    7. 2003: A Bald Eagle atop a pine branch in the Rocky Mountains with an American Flag in the background.
    8. 2004: The sculpture “America” which is housed outside the U.S. Customs House in New York City.
    9. 2005: A Bald Eagle beneath thirteen stars representing the original thirteen states, holding an American shield and perched atop a cornucopia.
    10. 2006: The first among the “Foundations of Democracy” series intended to highlight the three branches of the federal government. Displays a “Legislative Muse” with an eagle on each side, which each represent a house of Congress.
    11. 2007: A Bald Eagle, which represents the Executive Branch of the federal government.
    12. 2008: Lady Justice in front of a Bald Eagle, representing the Judicial Branch of the federal government.

    Call United Coin & Precious Metals today for your chance to own this beautiful coin for inexpensive pricing.

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    Specifications

    Denomination: $100
    Diameter: 32.7 mm
    Thickness: 2.39 mm
    Composition: .9995 Platinum
    Gross Weight: 31.12 grams
    Actual Platinum Weight: 1 troy oz (31.103) grams
    1 oz. American Platinum Eagle