Follow the steps below to see how much your platinum coins are worth based on their metal values. The only platinum coins minted in the US are bullion coins first minted in 1997, which were meant for collectors or investors only and contain a tenth, quarter, half or full ounce. The market exchange spot price of platinum is current and automatically inserted but you can change this figure to something else if desired. Use this Mobile App at any time for your iphone, android or other mobile device.
The figures may be slightly different than the chart figures on our main US Coin Melt Values page. This calculator is only showing you figures based only on the percentage of platinum in the coin and not all of the metals combined (like we do on the main coin melt page).
The images shown are just general representations of the coin design and type, meaning some images may show a year where metal compositions have changed or a different bullion denomination (such as with the gold or platinum eagles).
Precious metal spot prices are based on Troy Ounces. 1 Troy Ounce is equal to 31.1034768 grams.