Sell Platinum Coin | Platinum Coin Buyer – Las Vegas & Henderson, NV
Although gold and silver coins are more common, platinum coins have also gained popularity among investors and collectors. Popular series such as the American Eagle and Canadian Maple Leaf now come in platinum versions. It is smart to store your money’s value through bullion items like platinum coins. But before you can sell a platinum coin, you will first have to find a reputable platinum coin buyer like Nevada Coin Mart. The owner, Neil Sackmary, has a team of professional platinum coin dealers who understand the true value of platinum coins. You will surely get the best deals in Las Vegas if you bring your business to NCM.
Platinum Coin Value
Knowing how much you can get for it is important if you want to sell your platinum coin. Some coins have a face value while some don’t. However, the coin’s face value does not play an important role in determining its value. Below are some of the factors considered when dealing with platinum coins.
- The spot price of platinum
- Mint Mark
Please note that the price of platinum changes daily.
Platinum Coin Buyer
Nevada Coin Mart is the largest platinum coin buyer in Las Vegas & Henderson, NV. We have two decades of experience dealing with bullion and coins. Rest assured that you are in the best hands when selling your platinum coin. We thoroughly evaluate and analyze your coin to ensure that you get the best offers. Below are some of the platinum coins we buy.
- Platinum American Eagle
- Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf
- Australian Platinum Koala
- Isle of Man Noble
- Chinese Platinum Panda
- Other several series by the Russian Federation
Best Platinum Coin Dealer in All of Las Vegas
Sell your platinum coins at Nevada Coin Mart for some quick cash today. Visit us at Nevada Coin Mart® 4065 S. Jones Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89103, or call us at 702-998-4000 to talk to one of our expert platinum coin dealers. We are open from 9 AM to 6 PM, 365 days a year.
Sell Platinum Coins for Its History
The use of platinum for producing coins was first used in Spanish-occupied America. The minting of platinum coins resulted from platinum’s discovery in gold rocks. However, the Spaniards could not utilize it for a long time because of the lack of technology in dealing with metal. As a result, platinum was used in numerous fraudulent activities. For example, coin makers used it as a replacement for silver as it was cheaper back then.
The only time where platinum coins were used was in Russia between 1828 and 1845. Platinum coins look like cheap metals, and it is difficult to work with, unlike softer metals like gold and silver. However, platinum was very hard and was hard to melt; as a result, merchants highly valued it. And in preparation for the 1980 Summer Olympics in Russia, the then Soviet Union minted commemorative platinum coin sets from 1977 and 1980. And since 1988, commemorative platinum coins have been issued annually in Russia.
Since 1983, several countries have started to regularly mint platinum coins. The most popular ones are Isle of Man’s Platinum Cat and Platinum Noble, Canada’s Platinum Maple Leaf, China’s Platinum Panda, and Australia’s Platinum Koala.