Why we are the #1 Las Vegas Platinum Coin Buyer

We take the time to carefully go through your platinum coins, and we test using an X-Ray Spectrometer which can tell us the exact amount of platinum in your coin.  We then weight it and pay you according to the Spot Value of Platinum.

Platinum coins are a type of cash. Platinum has a universal money image under ISO 4217 of XPT. The issues of true blue platinum coins were started by Spain in Spanish-colonized America in the eighteenth century and proceeded by the Russian Empire in the nineteenth century. As a type of cash, these coins turned out to be unreasonable: platinum looks like numerous more affordable metals, and, dissimilar to the more flexible and pliable silver and gold, it is exceptionally hard to work. A few memorial mint piece sets have been issued beginning from 1978 and wound up well known among currency authorities.


Platinum was first utilized for printing coins in Spanish-colonized America. Following the revelation of platinum in gold shakes, the Spaniards were not able to utilize it for quite a while on the grounds that they had no innovation for handling this metal. The then-modest platinum was utilized for different sorts of fakes, for example, substituting it for the more costly silver. After the disclosure that platinum composites with gold, forgers started to add it to gold coins. The platinum appropriated from forgers was then tossed into the ocean, as per the imperial pronouncement of 1735. Afterward, the act of adding platinum to gold as a ligature was embraced by the experts in Spain with a specific end goal to bring down the gold substance of coins. Likewise in Spain, in the mid-nineteenth century, forgers started delivering British Sovereigns out of a gold-plated composite of platinum and copper, depending on a comparative particular weight of platinum and gold.

In the late 1820s, the British Royal Mint delivered a few trial coins as a component of investigations on the utilization of platinum in coins. One of these coins has an indistinguishable measurement from a farthing and a powerless help inferable from the high hardness of platinum. The 1812 Pattern 9 Pence Bank Token (S3773A) was utilized for the front-side and the farthing of 1825 for the switch parts of this coin. Coins printed utilizing passes on from two unique coins are called donkeys. The coin bears the time of 1825, however, was likely printed at a later date. Like all test coins, the platinum farthing has a highly memorable and numismatic esteem. This coin is likewise fascinating in light of the fact that it includes the picture of the effectively expired ruler George III (1738– 1820).

The first and final situation when platinum coins were utilized as a normal national currency was in Russia, where coins were circled in the vicinity of 1828 and 1845. These coins turned out to be unrealistic: platinum takes numerous more affordable metals, and, not at all like the more pliable and malleable silver and gold, it is exceptionally hard to work. Be that as it may, dealers esteemed platinum coins since it didn’t liquefy in flames like gold or silver. The stamping of platinum coins continued simply following 130 years. In the vicinity of 1977 and 1980, in readiness for the 1980 Summer Olympics, the Soviet Union delivered five dedicatory coin sets, and since 1988 memorial platinum coins were issued consistently. The act of routinely issuing platinum coins has proceeded in present-day Russia, and since 1992 the Central Bank of Russia has discharged 16 sets of platinum coins.

Since 1983, unique countries have begun general printing of platinum coins. The most striking delineations are the Platinum feline, and Platinum Noble by the Isle of Man, Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf, Chinese Platinum Panda and Australia

The major platinum bullion coins include:

  • American Platinum Eagle
  • Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf
  • Australian Platinum Koala
  • Isle of Man Noble
  • Chinese Platinum Panda
  • and several series by the Soviet Union, later by the Russian Federation

Bring in your Platinum Coins to Nevada Coin Mart for a free verbal appraisal and evaluation today!