Palladium coins are the latest addition to the United States Mint’s popular American Eagle collection of precious metal coins. The lustrous silvery-white metal is actually more rare than gold and platinum. The Mint introduced its new series of numismatic (collector) palladium coins in 2018 with the American Eagle One Ounce Palladium Proof Coin. And in 2019, the American Eagle One Ounce Palladium Reverse Proof Coin is available. Reverse proof coins feature frosted backgrounds, while their design elements are polished to a mirror-like finish, creating a magnificent contrast. Whether you are new to collecting or already a seasoned numismatist, American Eagle Palladium Coins, with different finishes each year, make unique additions to your collection.
Pricing for bullion coins typically depends on the market price of the metal. Locate a dealer – bullion coins are not sold directly by the U.S. Mint.
Pricing for precious metal numismatic products (e.g., palladium, platinum, 24-k gold, 22-k gold) varies by the average cost of the underlying metal. We use our pricing range table the week prior to sale in order to determine the product's price. If the average weekly price of the precious metal moves up or down into another cost range, the price of the product will also go up or down, respectively, by a fixed amount. You’ll find detailed pricing instructions here. If you need the Adobe reader, you can get it from Adobe.