The American Palladium Eagle is a worthy addition to the prestigious American Eagle coin series. These long-awaited coins were authorized by Congress in 2010, but American Eagle Palladium Coins weren’t made available to the public until 2017 — all 15,000 sold within five minutes!
Compared to the other American Eagle coins, the palladium versions are minted in much lower quantities, making them excellent collector’s pieces.
The coin’s imagery is designed by Adolph A. Weinman. The obverse features the Winged Liberty Head from the “Mercury” dime that was minted from 1916 to 1945. The reverse features Weinman’s 1907 American Institute of Architects (AIA) medal design, which depicts an eagle holding a branch in its beak.
Anyone familiar with precious metals is well aware of gold, silver, and platinum. Palladium, however, is still relatively new to the investment arena, having exploded in demand over the past few decades. American Eagle Palladium Coins represent an exciting opportunity to own this incredibly rare metal in a beautiful format.
Why invest in American Palladium Eagle Coins? Palladium is a finite resource that’s highly demanded by many modern industries. The highest demand comes from the automotive industry because, like platinum, palladium is used to produce catalytic converters, which reduce pollution from vehicles by as much as 90%. Palladium is also used in electronics, jewelry, dentistry, photography, and many other fields.
It’s no wonder so many savvy investors are scrambling to get their hands on it!
Purchase your palladium coins from Endeavor Metals with full confidence, knowing we’re a Tier 1 United States Mint bullion dealer with more than 50 years of in-house experience. Feel free to contact us anytime for a free consultation with a knowledgeable precious metals expert.
We invite you to explore all our palladium coins as well as our palladium bars. Our palladium products are backed by our generous seven-day, 100% money-back guarantee, even if the palladium market has a downturn.
We’ll always do our best to accommodate date requests, but our selection of bullion coins is limited to our current supply. If you’re seeking collectible American Eagle Palladium Coins with specific dates or grades, browse our selection of palladium numismatics.
Because Palladium Eagle coins have tremendous potential to grow in value, now is the time to buy while they’re still relatively affordable. Own the latest American Eagle coin, and add much-needed diversification to your investment portfolio.
American Palladium Eagles contain one troy oz of 99.95% pure palladium. The remaining .05% of its makeup consists of an unspecified alloy that’s added to make the coin more durable.
The troy oz is the standard unit of measurement when weighing precious metals. A standard oz weighs 28.35 grams. A troy oz weighs 31.1 grams.
American Palladium Eagles only come in one size and denomination:
The $25 face value of American Eagle Palladium Coins is largely symbolic, as the coin’s intrinsic worth is significantly higher due to its palladium content. The face value allows the coin to be classified as legal tender so that the coins aren’t subject to taxes and tariffs when transported across borders.
The price of bullion coins is standardized, so steep discounts are extremely rare. However, purchasing palladium coins in bulk reduces the markup (also known as the premium) over the spot price.
Just like any other product on the market, American Eagle Palladium Coins are sold at a slightly higher rate than the value of their raw materials. This fee helps to cover the cost of manufacturing, distributing, processing, refining, authenticating, and storing Palladium Eagle coins.
Because they’re minted in lower quantities compared to gold, silver, and platinum American Eagles, American Eagle Palladium Coins are coveted collector’s pieces. If you want to own the rarest American Palladium Eagles, check out our palladium numismatics.
Numismatics is a term that refers to highly collectible coins. They may be limited commemorative releases, have minting errors, or simply be in better condition than other coins on the market. Whatever the reason, their rarity makes them highly desirable and valuable.
Like the other precious metals, palladium adds much-needed diversity to one’s financial portfolio. Many investors foresee a bright future for palladium because of its many use cases as an industrial metal, especially in the automotive industry.
Palladium is a finite resource, so buying American Eagle Palladium Coins now could be quite profitable if demand for the metal rises in the future.
With more than 50 years of in-house experience, we have the expertise to assist you with your acquisition. If you have any questions or need help tracking down a specific American Palladium Eagle, get in touch today.