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The Palladium $25 Eagle serves as the United States’ official palladium coin. But its introduction on September 25, 2017, following the enactment of the American Eagle Palladium Bullion Coin Act of 2010, brought a new era of challenges and opportunities for astute coin collectors. Find out why the Palladium $25 Eagle, which remains the only palladium coin minted by the U.S, caused quite a stir among numismatists. 

The 2017 American Palladium $25 Eagle

In 2017, the U.S. Mint released 15,000 silver-white, 0.9995, one-ounce palladium bullion coins, which bore the work of famed sculptor Adolph A. Weinman. The obverse side of the $25 face value coin showcased the Winged Liberty—one of the late Weinman’s renowned designs. The same design can be seen on the U.S. dime minted from 1916 to 1945. The reverse side of the coin also featured another beautiful but less popular Weinman design that displayed an eagle on a rock with a broken branch on its beak, which was earlier featured on the 1907 gold medal of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). 

The first release of the coin was quite popular, as it was immediately sold out within 15 minutes of its availability. 

The 2018 American Palladium $25 Eagle

The following year, the U.S. Mint produced another 15,000 coins of the Palladium Eagle minted at West Point. This version has the “W” mintmark. Even though priced at $1,387 apiece, the coin was similarly widely accepted and bought by most collectors, particularly those who missed the first offering. The 2018 Palladium $25 Eagle featured a unique reverse proof finish with the inscriptions “United States of America,” “$25,” “1 oz,” “.9995 Fine,” and “E Pluribus Unum.”

The 2019 American Palladium $25 Eagle

Following the back-to-back success of the first two offerings of Palladium Eagles, the U.S. Mint released its third installment. The third offering was not as widely received by most coin collectors. Perhaps, most of them were turned off by the high price point; plus, it is much more widely available with a high mintage of 30,000 coins. To date, about 17,804 of these coins are still unsold. 

The 2020 American Palladium $25 Eagle

Despite the sour acceptance of the 2019 Palladium Eagle, the U.S. Mint went ahead and released the very first Uncirculated American Palladium Eagle, with a much more conservative mintage of 10,000 coins.