The first palladium coin we know of were issued by Tonga in 1967. Since then a number of countries have issued coins in palladium. Some of these are intended as bullion issues similar to krugerrands, but containing an ounce of palladium, or fractions thereof, others have been struck as commemorative coins for sale to collectors.
With supply and demand pushing palladium prices high this year (2019) palladium coins sold at low premiums are certainly a good investment. Palladium coins are subject to VAT in the UK, so we do not stock new platinum bullion coins, however, we do very occasionally have limited stocks of various 'second-hand' palladium coins, which we can offer on a tax inclusive basis, at premiums between 10% to 20% over the intrinsic metal value.. If you were lucky enough to buy when prices were low you could even sell your palladium coins to us right here in the UK.
If it is bars you are intersted in please continue to our dedicated page for palladium bars.
If you do not see the size or design of coin you are looking for please get in touch on 01253 343081
Live Metal Prices
These palladium products are sold at premiums above the live palladium price. You can follow these links to the live palladium price or view our historical all time palladium prices to get an idea of where prices have been in the past.