Sell Platinum Coins
Sell Platinum Coins
Did you know that you just found the best place to sell platinum coins – per accident? Welcome to reDollar.com a highly respected buyer for platinum coins offering the highest possible purchase price. Check out our amazing reviews and you will understand that there is no better way to sell your platinum coins.
Even appraisers refer their customers to our company because they know how respectful, how honest and how reliable we treat our customers. Every single selling-transaction deserves our maximum attention independently if it is “just” a small coin or a vast collection worth 100K or even more.
Sell 1 Ounce Platinum Coin for $946.51
Selling is so easy and safe and selling with us gets you most possible privacy and security. No dubious people can observe you selling with a potential risk of following you to your car or even home. Sell your platinum coins with us and benefit from our full benefit-package: no selling risks, free shipping with High Value Service insured up to $100,000 and an unlimited satisfaction guarantee ensuring you that you can claim your platinum coins back without questions asked. Our purchase prices are so amazing high that we can literally promises you everything because we did NOT have one unsatisfied platinum coin seller claiming his property back.
No doubts, reDollar is the best way to sell
We buy American platinum coins as well as platinum coins from Canada, Europe and from all over the world. Another important point is that we also buy platinum coins with flaws and even scratched or damaged coins for the highest possible price. Don’t miss this outstanding opportunity to sell your platinum coins to the best American buyer, highly respected even from appraisers.
|1 Troy Ounce||31.1 grams||$946.51|
|1/2 Troy Ounce||15.55 grams||$473.25|
|1/4 Troy Ounce||7.77 grams||$236.47|
|1/10 Troy Ounce||3.11 grams||$94.65|
Sell platinum coins from all over the world
We do accept coins from all over the world, any quantities are welcomed.
American Platinum Coins
Liberty 2017, USA
You can sell any American platinum coins with us. The pictured Liberty platinum coin weighs 31.1 grams and sells for $946.51 with us.
Canadian Platinum Coins
Maple Leaf, Canada
You can sell any Canadian platinum coins with us. The pictured Maple Leaf platinum coin weighs 3.11 grams and sells for $94.65 with us.
British Platinum Coins
Lion of England, United Kingdom
You can sell any British platinum coins with us. The pictured Lion of England platinum coin weighs 31.1 grams and sells for $946.51 with us.
South African Platinum Coins
Krugerrand 2017, South Africa
You can sell any South African and international platinum coins with us. The pictured Krugerrand platinum coin weighs 31.1 grams and sells for $946.51 with us.
Austrian Platinum Coins
100 Euro 2017, Austria
You can sell any Austrian platinum coins with us. The pictured 100 Euro platinum coin weighs 31.1 grams and sells for $946.51 with us.
Sell Platinum Coins – Always in High Demand
For understanding what makes platinum coins so highly interesting, a quick look at its history can help to understand why people prefer to collect platinum coins instead of gold coins. Even when platinum is know for millennia, it was not used for coins and got forgotten again for a very long time. Actually, platinum’s history begins again with its rediscovery in 1749.
A platinum coin is something special, something from great value. Don’t give it do the next pawn shop. A platinum coin desverse a respectful and professional treatment – exactly what we are able and happy to offer.
A quick look at platinum’s history
Archaeologists could proof that platinum was first discovered millennia ago. Often discovered along with gold, platinum was supposed to be white-colored gold. Platinum was known in Egypt, Abyssinia and Spain and used to alloy t with gold for crafting jewelry and even decorative or religious articles. The usage of platinum was also verified for Iberian colonies of Rome or the Inca Empire of Ecuador and Columbia.
For unknown reasons, platinum got forgotten for thousands of years and was not used until after the Spanish colonization of South America. In Europe, recovered documents from medieval times proof that platinum was recognized as an unmeltable white metal. Some hundreds of years later, it was in 1749, a scientist named Dr. Charles Wood, discovered platinum as an independent metal and described it for the very first time officially in the “Proceedings of the Royal Society” between 1749 and 1750.
With its rediscovery, platinum’s triumph was certain and persist until these days. Even when platinum isn’t worth us much as gold it can easily compete with it and when it comes to collecting coins, platinum is still in highest demand. Take the chance to sell platinum coins to our company and benefit from getting paid an amazing high price.
European Platinum Coin “100 Euro”
We also buy European platinum coins for best prices.
More about Platinum
If you are interested in learning more about platinum, we would like to invite you touring our platinum expert articles. Plenty of highly interesting facts are waiting to get discovered: