The chart below shows how much money platinum coins are worth based on their intrinsic values. Although these are generally collectible coins, they are also used for platinum bullion investment because of the metal content. View the charge below to see the value of all US platinum bullion coins ever made. Click on the links to view the additional numsimatic values of these coins or to buy, sell and auction them here at USA Coin Book.
|Image||Type Description||Metal Content||Weight||Denomination||Melt Value|
|Tenth Ounce $10 American Platinum Eagle (1997-2008)||99.95% Platinum||3.112 grams||$10.00||$95.9430|
|Quarter Ounce $25 American Platinum Eagle (1997-2008)||99.95% Platinum||7.78 grams||$25.00||$239.8574|
|Half Ounce $50 American Platinum Eagle (1997-2008)||99.95% Platinum||15.56 grams||$50.00||$479.7149|
|One Ounce $100 American Platinum Eagle (1997-Present)||99.95% Platinum||31.12 grams||$100.00||$959.4297|
Use this calculator to find the value of your platinum coins. Choose from the different platinum weight denomination coins made in US history and enter how many you have. The current platinum market exchange spot price is automatically inputted into the calculator but you can also change this to different prices as well.
View the following link: Platinum Coin Melt Value Calculator.