Alaska’s Preferred Platinum Buyer
Oxford Metals has been the preferred platinum buyer in Alaska for over 30 years by people in Alaska as well as the lower 48. We offer the best in refining methods to efficiently refine your platinum scrap. Buy or sell platinum or sell your old jewelry, scrap precious metals, and more for reasonable prices & safe transactions.
Sell your platinum online today by contacting our platinum, gold and silver buyers in Alaska or call us at (800) 693-6740 with any questions. Our dedicated professional team is always here to assist you.
Some Types of Platinum Bullion
American Eagle Platinum Coin wikipedia link
The American Platinum Eagle coin, initially minted in 1997, is the first and only official investment-grade platinum coin from the U.S. Mint. All American Eagles are legal tender coins with their “face value” imprinted in U.S. dollars but the one-ounce Platinum Eagle coin displays the highest face value ever to appear on a U.S. coin — $100 dollars. This coin is extremely popular with investors and collectors who find the coin’s beauty and the purity guarantee of the U.S. Mint irresistible. The obverse depicts the head of America’s symbol of freedom, the Statue of Liberty and the reverse shows an American Eagle soaring high above the earth.
Australian Koala Platinum Coins wikipedia link
Platinum’s brilliant white luster has been treasured by kings and queens for over 3,000 years. As the rarest precious metal, platinum, becomes even harder to source, the coins in the 2001 Australian Koala platinum series are eagerly sought by collectors and investors alike. Australia’s unique wildlife is renowned the world over. The latest design shows two hungry koalas on a eucalyptus branch, superimposed over a map of Australia. The Perth Mint pays scrupulous attention to detail at each stage of the exacting minting process. The A$10,000 face value of the 1992 1 kilo Platinum Koala is the highest face value on any legal tender coin. The face value changed in 1993 to A$3,000.
Canadian Maple leaf Platinum Coins wikipedia link
Though not in current production, this high-quality pure platinum coin from The Royal Canadian Mint remains in high demand. Discontinued because of the recent scarcity of high-grade platinum minting blanks, the coins were minted in 1 ounce, ½ ounce, ¼ ounce and 1/10 ounce. The traditional national symbol of Canada, The Maple Leaf, appears on the obverse of the coin with the sculpture of Queen Elizabeth II on the reverse. The coins are a source of instant liquidity and can sometimes be found in after-market trading. Although they are scarce, our traders are sometimes able to obtain them. Investors and collectors should call our trading desk for availability.
Isle of Man Noble Platinum Coins wikipedia link
The Isle of Man, an ancient British protectorate, is well known for producing a variety of high-quality coins with innovative and unusual designs. From 1983 through 1989, The Pobjoy Mint of England produced The Platinum Noble in sizes ranging from 10 ounces to 1/10 ounce. The reverse of all coins features the magnificent Viking longship, “Thusly,” heading under full sail from left to right of the coin. The obverse features the young Queen Elizabeth II with crown. Though no longer in mintage, these coins are available from time to time. Check with our trading desk for availability.
Johnson Matthey Platinum Bars link
Platinum is referred to as “the most precious precious metal.” It is also one of the most versatile and widely utilized. Over 15 times more gold is mined each year than platinum but over 20% of all manufactured products rely on platinum at some stage of their production process. Platinum is a daily part of our lives. It is involved in the production of fiberglass, aspirin, computers, and lasers. Its greatest use in industry is as a control to pollution. It is most widely used in automobile catalytic converters, which help to limit exhaust emissions. Jewelry industry leaders use platinum as the perfect vehicle for their ultimate jewelry creations.
Engelhard Platinum Bars
The Engelhard imprint is an assurance of quality and purity, which guarantees an investor precise purity and quality in a platinum bullion bar. Every Engelhard platinum bullion bar carries its own unique serial number so the owner of that bar can be confident of ready liquidity worldwide. Manufacturers of high-style platinum jewelry can rely on Engelhard platinum bullion bars for quality platinum content in their fine jewelry. Industrial users can include Engelhard platinum with the confidence that its guaranteed purity will always perform flawlessly, whatever the application. Engelhard platinum bars are available through A-Mark in a variety of sizes and forms.
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