Rising in popularity in the 21st century, palladium has attracted a new generation of investors and collectors with a widening array of products available using this rare precious metal. Palladium is currently available in cast bars, minted ingots, investment-grade bullion coins, and even collectible proof coins. This 1 oz Palladium listing online at Silver.com allows you to purchase a varied allotment of palladium metals with ease.
- Ships to you inside of protective packaging!
- Comes in varied condition and various forms!
- Consists of .9995 fine palladium.
- Obverse and reverse design elements vary by issuing mint.
- Please be aware that you may receive multiples of the same product when buying several products in this listing.
Palladium is used in a variety of industries outside of precious metals, with more than half the supply of palladium in the world used in catalytic converters. These converters are used in automobiles and help convert harmful gases in auto exhaust into less noxious gases that do less harm to the atmosphere and the human body.
The other uses of palladium include electronics, dentistry, medicine, chemical applications, and even groundwater treatment. There are four major deposits of palladium known around the world. These include the Transvaal Basin in South Africa, the Stillwater Complex in Montana, the Sudbury Basin in Ontario, Canada, and the Norilsk Complex in Russia.
In this Silver.com listing, you have the chance to purchase 1 oz palladium products in varied condition from any mint in various forms. All products are available with protective packaging, but the 1 oz palladium available here may be a bar or coin. It might be in perfect condition or show signs of wear and tear. Similarly, the products could come from any number of different mints and refineries.
Silver.com cannot guarantee the condition, form, and mint of origin for the 1 oz palladium in this listing. You’ll receive a product at random with your specific 1 oz palladium chosen when your payment is processed and your products packaged for shipping.
There are plenty of different types of palladium products available today that you could receive through this listing. Minted ingots come from major refiners such as PAMP Suisse, Credit Suisse, and Valcambi Suisse. Examples in this realm include ingots with simple refinery logos and identifying markers, as well as PAMP’s coveted Fortuna design.
The United States Mint and Royal Canadian Mint offer palladium coins for purchase as well that you could receive. Palladium Maple Leaf Coins share the same Maple Leaf designs used in the gold, silver, and platinum issues in that collection. The Palladium Eagle from the US Mint debuted with a bullion coin in 2017 and a proof coin in 2018. The Palladium Eagle bears designs from Adolph A. Weinman, with his 1916 Winged Liberty on the obverse and 1907 American Institute of Architects’ gold medal design of an American eagle on the reverse.
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