U.S. Platinum Coin Melt Values

Spot Metal Prices

Updated on 11/29/2023 12:50:01 PM EST
= Offer Side vs. NY Close

Gold : BID $2,045.46 ASK $2,047.46 CHANGE 1.00
Silver : BID $25.00 ASK $25.15 CHANGE 0.07
Platinum : BID $934.09 ASK $944.09 CHANGE 5.00
Palladium : BID $1,019.94 ASK $1,069.94 CHANGE 25.00
This page shows the intrinsic metal values of U.S. Platinum Coins, commonly referred to as their melt values. During market hours, melt values of platinum coins shown on this page are updated approximately every 15 minutes.

The table below shows melt values for commonly collected platinum eagle coins. Click on the links below to see historical melt values for each coin and to access the melt value calculator. To find the melt values of more platinum coins visit the NGC Coin Explorer. A coin's numismatic or collector value may be higher than its melt value. For values of specific dates and grades for NGC-certified US Platinum Coins, visit the NGC US Coin Price Guide.

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Melt Values of U.S. Platinum Coins

Weight (g)
Melt Value
Updated 11/29/2023
Platinum Eagle $10 - 1/10 Ounce (1997-2008) 99.95% Platinum3.11 0.1 $94.41
Platinum Eagle $25 - 1/4 Ounce (1997-2008) 99.95% Platinum7.7857 0.25 $236.02
Platinum Eagle $50 - 1/2 Ounce (1997-2008) 99.95% Platinum15.552 0.5 $472.05
Platinum Eagle $100 - One Ounce (1997-Date) 99.95% Platinum31.105 1 $944.09

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Disclaimer: The prices listed in the various NGC Price and Value Guides are compiled from a number of independent, third party sources in the numismatic community which NGC believes to be reliable. Prices provided are averages, not specific prices for individual coins. Further, because these prices are only updated from time to time, they do not reflect short term pricing trends, which are quite common and are often quite dramatic, given the volatile nature of the collectible coin marketplace. This is especially true for rare coins, where there are fewer sales and greater variations in sale prices. For all of these reasons, the prices in these guides are designed to serve merely as one of many measures and factors that coin buyers and sellers can use in determining coin values. These prices are not intended, and should not be relied upon, to replace the due diligence and — when appropriate — expert consultation that coin buyers and sellers should undertake when entering into a coin transaction. As such, NGC disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to the information contained in the NGC Guides. By using the NGC Guides, the user agrees that neither NGC nor any of its affiliates, shareholders, officers, employees or agents shall have any liability for any loss or damage of any kind, including without limitation any loss arising from reliance on the information contained in the Guides.