Palladium Coins at BullionMax
One of the smallest niches for bullion coins is the palladium market. Palladium coins have come and gone over the course of time, with just a few coin programs still in production on a regular basis in the 21st century.
Examples of Palladium Coins
There are several major palladium bullion coins issued by different countries around the world. Here are some notable examples:
- American Palladium Eagle: The most recent addition to the market, the American Palladium Eagle debuted in 2017 with only a 1 oz weight available. The coin replicates the image of the historic Mercury Dime, with Winged Liberty on the obverse and an American bald eagle on the reverse. The coins are issued in only one version each year, with Proof, Reverse Proof, BU, and Burnished versions all issued individually as of 2017.
- Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf: The Royal Canadian Mint introduced the Palladium Maple Leaf coin in 2005. It features the iconic maple leaf design on the reverse, with Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. The coins are struck in .9995 fine palladium and are available in various sizes, including 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, and 1/10 oz.
- Russian Ballerina Palladium Coin: Produced by the Moscow Mint, the Russian Ballerina Palladium Coin series was issued from 1989 to 1995. These coins feature elegant designs of famous Russian ballet scenes on the reverse, while the obverse displays the Soviet Union emblem or the Russian coat of arms. The coins are composed of .999 fine palladium and come in sizes ranging from 1/4 oz to 1/2 oz.
- Australian Palladium Emu: The Perth Mint in Australia issued the Palladium Emu coin series from 1995 to 1998. These coins showcase the emu, a flightless bird native to Australia, on the reverse, while the obverse features Queen Elizabeth II. The coins are struck in .9995 fine palladium and were produced in 1 oz and 1/2 oz sizes.
- Isle of Man Palladium Noble: The Isle of Man Palladium Noble coins were introduced by the Pobjoy Mint in 1983. The reverse design features a Viking longship, symbolizing the island’s Norse heritage, while the obverse depicts Queen Elizabeth II. The coins are minted in .9995 fine palladium and are available in various sizes, including 1 oz, 1/2 oz, and 1/4 oz.
These are just a few examples of major palladium bullion coins from around the world. It’s worth noting that the availability of these coins and their sizes may vary over time, as mints may periodically introduce new releases or discontinue certain series. Additionally, the palladium market can be subject to fluctuations in supply and demand, affecting the availability and premiums of these coins.
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