Palladium Coins

If you are planning to buy palladium coin products, you are in good company. Recently, many in-the-know investors have taken great interest in palladium bullion coins, commonly referred to as “white gold.” Like platinum, palladium is a rare, silvery-white metal that is extensively used in the automotive, electronics, jewelry, and dental industry. Shop palladium coins to diversify your financial portfolio into a tangible, high-potential asset.

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The United States and Canada are among the top producers of palladium in the world. Endeavor Metals is a convenient resource for anyone looking to buy palladium coin products from either country.

Because the United States is a major palladium producer, it is no surprise that we make an American Palladium Eagle coin in the classic style of our gold, silver, and platinum American Eagles. 

It all started with the American Eagle Palladium Bullion Coin Act of 2010, which authorized the minting of palladium coins. The coin was released in 2017. All 15,000 coins were sold within five minutes on the day it was released! The 2018 proof version even had to suspend sales the day it went on the market. As you can see, there is significant demand among investors looking to buy palladium coin products. 

Similarly, Canada is also a major producer of palladium. They have their own version with the country’s iconic bullion coin design, the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf. The Palladium Maple Leaf was first minted from 2005 to 2007, again in 2009, then reintroduced again in 2015 and onward. Interestingly, the Palladium Maple Leaf is subject to the GST/HST tax, while its predecessors, the Gold, Silver, and Platinum Maple Leafs, are not.

List of Popular Palladium Coins

If you’re planning to buy a palladium coin, you don’t have as many options compared to the wide range of gold coins and silver coins on the market. As of 2023, only six palladium bullion coins exist, and just two are currently still in production. Coincidentally, only six platinum coins have been released, as well.

What palladium coins lack in quantity, they certainly make up for in quality! Palladium coins have a high potential to gain value due to their inherent scarcity.

As you might expect, the most popular palladium coins are the two that are still being produced, as the others are highly coveted due to their extremely limited availability and are priced accordingly as collectible numismatics. If you want to buy a palladium coin for investment purposes, the following two coins are the most economical options.

United States

American Palladium Eagle: First authorized by Congress in 2010 and finally released in 2017, the American Palladium Eagle is the United States’ official palladium bullion coin. 

Like other coins from the prestigious American Eagle series, the palladium offering features eagle imagery on the coin’s reverse. The obverse has the same design as the Winged Liberty Head "Mercury" dime—Lady Liberty wearing a winged cap. Both designs were created by Adolph Weinman.


Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf: Those who wish to buy a palladium coin would do well to consider Canada’s official palladium coin. 

First introduced in 2005, the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf remained in production until 2010. In 2015, it returned. You never know when production could halt again, so it’s a great time to get your hands on one.

The coin’s reverse features Canada’s iconic maple leaf. The obverse has Ian Rank-Broadley’s profile of Queen Elizabeth II.

Other Palladium Coins

If you’re seeking a palladium coin besides the American Palladium Eagle or Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf, expect to pay a steep price. The following four palladium coins are no longer in production.

  • Australia: Emu
  • China: Panda
  • Portugal: Columbus
  • Russia: Ballerina

We’re happy to reach out to our vast network of connections to help you buy a palladium coin that’s no longer being minted. However, if you simply wish to buy palladium as close to its spot price as possible, we highly recommend the American and Canadian palladium coins.

Why Invest in Palladium Bullion Coins?

Palladium has grown quite popular as an investment vehicle largely due to its scarcity combined with its many use cases. Many investors are scrambling to buy palladium coin products because there is a finite amount of palladium on the planet. So the available supply is only going to continue diminishing.

In 2017, global palladium sales were at 8.84 million ounces, with 86% of that figure used in the automotive industry. Palladium is also an essential material in the dental industry, and it is used to make electronic devices such as smartphones and computers. And of course, palladium jewelry has become highly desirable due to the metal’s lustrous color and brilliant sheen.

Because there is only so much palladium mined, and with the increases in investment and industrial demand, we believe palladium is worthy of being included in a diversified portfolio.

Important Factors to Consider Before You Buy Palladium Coins

Palladium possesses some unique characteristics that should be strongly considered before investing. You may find that palladium is the ideal investment vehicle for your portfolio, or you may want to seek out a different metal. Consider the following factors.


Palladium is not as well-known as gold, silver, and platinum, so its price isn’t as stable. If you buy a palladium coin today, its value could rise or fall by tomorrow. Many investors appreciate these movements, as they allow for strategic buying and selling. However, if you’re after stability, you may want to choose gold, silver, or even platinum.

Automotive Demand

Like platinum, palladium is used to make automotive parts called catalytic converters, which help reduce vehicular pollution. Many palladium enthusiasts anticipate significant growth in palladium’s value due to this demand. 

Simply put, your outlook on the automotive industry and its environmental standards should be tied to your outlook on palladium.

Tips for Buying Palladium Coins Online

Investing in palladium is a very easy and straightforward process, but it does require due diligence. Follow these tips as you plan to buy a palladium coin.

  • Only buy palladium bullion coins from a reputable dealer.
  • Check to see if there’s a money-back guarantee.
  • Watch the charts, and plan your acquisition accordingly.
  • Avoid deals that seem too good to be true—they’re never true.
  • Have a storage plan in place to keep your investment secure.
  • If a salesperson is pushy, move along.

Contact Us for a Free Consultation

Buy palladium coins at Endeavor Metals with 100% confidence, knowing we are a reputable dealer with an A+ accreditation on the Better Business Bureau and a 4.9 Google star rating. We also carry palladium bars and palladium numismatics, and we can help you set up a palladium IRA. Our in-house precious metals specialists are standing by to provide personalized guidance. So contact us now for a free consultation. 

Like all our products, these palladium bullion coins are backed by our 7-day, 100% money-back guarantee. Endeavor Metals is a member of numerous world-renowned organizations, including the Industry Council for Tangible Assets, the American Numismatic Association, and the Certified Acceptance Corporation (CAC), among others. 

Buy palladium coin products to preserve and grow your wealth with a tangible asset that has outstanding potential for short and long-term growth.

FAQs: Palladium Coins

Should I buy palladium coins, bars, or numismatics?

If you want to purchase palladium as close to its spot price as possible, both palladium bullion coins and bars are fine choices. 

Palladium coins do have a slightly higher markup because of their intricate designs and popularity among collectors. Palladium bars are an attractive option for investors who prefer to buy in bulk.

Palladium numismatics are in a category of their own. Numismatics are rare coins that are valued for their scarcity, market demand, and condition/grade. While numismatics do cost more than their intrinsic metal content, they offer a higher potential return on investment.

Why should I buy palladium coins instead of gold, silver, or platinum coins?

Each precious metal has its own characteristics, so there’s no best option. Palladium is popular among investors who anticipate significant growth in the future. Since the mid-90s, palladium prices have continued moving skyward, and that trend seems poised to continue.

Palladium is similar to platinum, in that its primary use cases are in the jewelry and automotive industries. However, palladium is harder and lighter than platinum, while still maintaining many of the other unique properties that make platinum group metals so highly demanded as industrial materials.

Many investors who buy palladium coins believe that palladium’s usage to manufacture catalytic converters is a primary reason to invest, but emerging technologies may also require it. Because palladium is a finite resource, now is an exciting time for those interested in staking their claim before supplies diminish even further.

What are the most popular palladium bullion coins?

American Palladium Eagles are beloved coins in the style of the iconic silver, gold, and platinum American Eagles. Canadian Palladium Maple Leafs are also quite popular among collectors and investors alike.

If I buy palladium coins online, how do I know they’re authentic?

Buy precious metals and numismatics only from a reputable dealer. Endeavor Metals is a Tier 1 United States Mint and Royal Canadian Mint bullion dealer. We’re known for our exemplary customer satisfaction. We have a 4.9 Google star rating and an A+ accredited grade on the Better Business Bureau. 

Additionally, Endeavor Metals belongs to various third-party precious metals and numismatics organizations, including the American Numismatic Association, the prestigious Silver Institute, the Industry Council for Tangible Assets, and the Certified Acceptance Corporation (CAC).

What if I’m not satisfied with my purchase?

Buy palladium coins with full confidence. Our palladium products are backed by our seven-day, 100% money-back guarantee. Even if the palladium market has a downturn, we will refund your purchase price in full.

Can I add palladium to my precious metals IRA?

Absolutely. We stock palladium products that are on the IRA-allowable precious metals list. We also offer brokerage services and will be happy to assist you every step of the way.

Where can I learn more about palladium bullion coins?

Endeavor Metals has more than 50 years of in-house experience. We’ll be happy to provide a free, unbiased consultation. Get in touch to speak with a qualified expert who will help you select and buy palladium coins that align with your personal preferences and financial goals.

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