Platinum Bars offer a growing variety of options for precious metal investors. While gold and silver have been long-term staples of investors and collectors, platinum is relatively new as an investment option. Predominantly used in industrial and medical settings, platinum is now growing in popularity with investors as well. Right now, 2 Gram Platinum Bars are available to purchase at Silver.com from random lots.
- Bars ship to you inside of protective plastic!
- Chosen at random in varied condition!
- Consists of Two Grams of .9995 fine platinum.
- On the obverse and reverse faces are various designs.
- Please note that orders of multiple products could result in receiving numerous products with the same design.
Each of the 2 Gram Platinum Bars in this product listing with Silver.com is available from random mints and random condition. The Silver.com warehouse team will select your 2 Gram bars at random once your payment has processed. We cannot guarantee a particular design, mint of origin, or condition for any bars you receive through this listing.
As a Random Mint listing, you’ll receive 2 Gram Platinum Bars as a result of purchase based upon availability when your order is processed for shipping. Please keep in mind that you may receive numerous bars from the same product lineup when ordering multiples in this listing. Bars are available in random condition as well, indicating you may receive a bar in brand-new condition or one with flaws from handling.
On the obverse and reverse faces of these 2 Gram Platinum Bars are varying designs dependent upon the mint which originally produced the bars. Examples of popular platinum bar designs include PAMP Fortuna, PAMP Rosa, and various other branded mint bars. The Fortuna and Rosa designs are popular lineups from PAMP that depict either the Roman goddess of fortune known as Fortuna, or the delicate design of a singular rose stem.
Additionally, there are 2 Gram Platinum Bars which are branded products. The Perth Mint’s branded bars are a popular product option. Each one features the Perth Mint’s Swan logo on the obverse face with purity, metal content, and weight. The reverse side features the repeating image of a jumping kangaroo.
Platinum’s value has grown in recent years due in large part to its demand in other sectors. One of the rarer elements in the Earth’s crust, platinum’s availability is stretched by its use in catalytic converters in cars which reduce the harmful output from automotive engines. Other uses included laboratory equipment, electrical contacts and electrodes, and even in dental equipment.
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