While gold and silver bullion coins are commonly purchased by investors and collectors, palladium bullion coins are not as common. Most mints offer palladium coins with only a 1 oz weight available, compared to gold programs that offer countless fractional-ounce coins and silver programs with weights of 2, 5, and 10 ounces. Fractional-ounce palladium coins are a rare option for investors. Right now, 1/2 oz Palladium Coins are available to you in varied conditions for purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you in an individual plastic flip!
- Offered from various mints!
- Available in varied conditions!
- Consists of One-Half Troy ounce of .9995 fine palladium.
- Bears face values backed by the issuing nation.
- The obverse and reverse designs vary by the mint of origin.
- Please remember the designs, dates, and conditions can vary when buying multiples.
Each of the 1/2 oz Palladium Coins in this product listing comes with an individual plastic flip. Coins available here are in varied conditions and come from any mint. These coins could be in brand-new condition or showcase varying degrees of wear and tear. The designs, dates, and face values will also vary based on the mint of origin.
Silver.com chooses your 1/2 oz Palladium Coins at our discretion once your payment has been processed. We are not able to guarantee the particular design, date, or mint of issue for the coin you receive. We also cannot guarantee the condition of the specific coin you receive. Please remember that buying multiples can result in receiving coins that have the same designs, dates, and conditions.
The obverse and reverse designs found on the 1/2 oz Palladium Coins in this product listing will vary. Examples of a coin you could receive include the 1/2 oz Palladium Pandas. The Gold Panda and Silver Panda bullion coins from the Chinese Mint are well known and have been available since 1982 and 1989, respectively. However, the Palladium Panda was first issued in 1989 and has only been issued three times in total. The 1989 1 oz coin, as well as 2004 and 2005 1/2 oz Palladium Pandas. These coins have new images of the Giant Panda on one side with each date mark, and the outer façade of the Hall of Prayer for Abundant Harvests on the other side.
Mints that have issued palladium coins over the years include the Perth Mint, the Chinese Mint, and the Moscow Mint. Though not all of these mints have issued 1/2 oz Palladium Coins, but they do represent some of the few mints to issue fractional-ounce palladium.
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