Showing all 2 results

Show sidebar

2009 Cook Islands 1 oz Platinum Bounty Coin

This spectacular Platinum coin from the South Pacific has a design that focuses on one of the most renowned ships to ever sail the waters of the South Pacific, the HMS Bounty. The Cook Islands, a sovereign state in free association with New Zealand, uses two official legal tender currencies. The New Zealand Dollar goes around in parallel with the local Cook Islands Dollar; simultaneously, the government also allows many legal tender coins in the Cook Islands Dollar currency for investment and collection purposes. Many of these are in common bullion sizes, including one ounce of Platinum, such as this coin. Today, the 2009 Cook Islands 1 oz Platinum Bounty Coin BU is available online from

2019 1 oz American Platinum Eagle BU

Much more scarce than Gold and Silver, Platinum enjoys an increasing demand in the manufacturing industry. In addition, this white metal plays a crucial role in the world's precious metals markets. With its excellent combination of investment value, utility, and rarity, Platinum should be a part of every collector and investor's portfolio. At first, the American Eagle series presented only Gold and Silver coins. Still, in 1997, the series was stretched to feature a new metallic choice for the first time with the introduction of the American Platinum Eagle. Today, the 2019 1 oz American Platinum Eagle BU is available online from