1oz. Platinum American Eagles

Issued more than a decade after Gold and Silver Eagles, Platinum American Eagles quickly became the most popular platinum coin in the world.

More than a decade after initial production of the Gold and Silver American Eagles, the United States government first issued the American Platinum Eagle in 1997. The obverse of the American Platinum Eagle features the head of the Statue of Liberty and was designed by John M. Mercanti, who also designed the reverse of the Silver American Eagle.

The reverse of the Platinum Eagle Proofs carried a different design each year from 1998 through 2002. The series, known as the “Vistas of Liberty, honors a different regional landscape each year. American Platinum Eagles maintain a unique advantage over all other platinum coins - their content, weight, and .9995 purity are guaranteed by the United States government.

Year 1997-Present

US Mint Facility West Point

Obverse Design Portrait of Liberty looking to the future, by John Mercanti.

Reverse Design Eagle above America's Southwest featuring the giant Saguaro cacti of the Southwest, by Thomas D. Rogers.

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