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Platinum Bars

Platinum bars are becoming increasingly popular in the precious metals world as platinum has a large footprint in the everyday world. Nevertheless, it is one of Earth’s more rarer elements. It is one of the least reactive metals, known for its resistance to corrosion, even at high temperatures, and is considered a noble metal. A noble metal is any metallic element that has a high resistance to chemical attacks. Platinum is also known for their catalytic properties and use in catalytic converters in internal combustion engines.

Our very own refiner here in America, Engelhard began in 1902 in Newark, New Jersey, and by 1905 they became the world’s largest refiner and fabricator of precious metals, most notably platinum. They are also credited with developing the first production of the catalytic converter as platinum is heavily used for them to convert the gases and pollutants to reduce emissions. Pamp Suisse is world renown for their design of Lady Fortuna, goddess of fortune, which is the first decorative design for bullion products. As such, they were also the very first refiner in the world to introduce various other decorative designs such as the Lunar New Year and Rosa designs. Credit Suisse does not only produce bullion bars and is a global investment and financial service bank, but originally it was founded in 1856 to fund the development of Switzerland’s railroad system to help connect them to their neighboring countries. Johnson Matthey is an incredibly well-known precious metals company, that while no longer refining, is still a leading company worldwide for its sustainability practices. Moreso, in the beginning, Johnson Matthey was the company that was commissioned to manufacture the kilogram reference standard, an object that was used to define the magnitude of the mass of a kilogram. Overall, any platinum bar is an asset to a portfolio and here at Endeavor, we can assist you in diversifying your portfolio.

Platinum bars are becoming increasingly popular in the precious metals world as platinum has a large footprint in the everyday world. Nevertheless, it is one of Earth’s more rarer elements. It is one of the least reactive metals, known for its resistance to corrosion, even at high temperatures, and is considered a noble metal. A noble metal is any metallic element that has a high resistance to chemical attacks. Platinum is also known for their catalytic properties and use in catalytic converters in internal combustion engines.

Our very own refiner here in America, Engelhard began in 1902 in Newark, New Jersey, and by 1905 they became the world’s largest refiner and fabricator of precious metals, most notably platinum. They are also credited with developing the first production of the catalytic converter as platinum is heavily used for them to convert the gases and pollutants to reduce emissions. Pamp Suisse is world renown for their design of Lady Fortuna, goddess of fortune, which is the first decorative design for bullion products. As such, they were also the very first refiner in the world to introduce various other decorative designs such as the Lunar New Year and Rosa designs. Credit Suisse does not only produce bullion bars and is a global investment and financial service bank, but originally it was founded in 1856 to fund the development of Switzerland’s railroad system to help connect them to their neighboring countries. Johnson Matthey is an incredibly well-known precious metals company, that while no longer refining, is still a leading company worldwide for its sustainability practices. Moreso, in the beginning, Johnson Matthey was the company that was commissioned to manufacture the kilogram reference standard, an object that was used to define the magnitude of the mass of a kilogram. Overall, any platinum bar is an asset to a portfolio and here at Endeavor, we can assist you in diversifying your portfolio.

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