Cook Island Palladium Bounty
- Manufacturers: Perth Mint, Australia; Mint Poland; Pobjoy, UK
- Purity: 999.5
- Cook Island Palladium Coins are low-mintage
The Cook Island’s 1 oz Palladium Bounty Coin highlights a long chain of the story of the Bounty Mutiny in popular culture. One of the world’s most thrilling sea stories, the Mutiny on the Bounty is a popular story that has been the basis for multiple stage plays, a couple of Hollywood movies and a WestEnd musical. The 2018 Cook Islands 1 oz Palladium Bounty coin offers another thrilling way to carry the story for future generations, igniting the flame of interest for the next wave of readers.
The Cook Island Palladium Coin was minted by the Perth Mint in Australia, under commission from Cook Island. The coin quickly captivated collectors with its .9995 purity and earned the moniker “Bounty” due to its unique design that featured the historic sailing ship, HMS Bounty. This extremely rare coin is known to retain or boost its value over time making palladium coins suitable for both investors and collectors alike.
In order to make informed decisions when it comes to investing in Palladium, it pays to understand the factors that affect its prices. Whether buying bullion bars or world coins, the price of Palladium is forever changing just like the price of gold. The Palladium spot price, which makes the basis for Palladium coin prices, is determined by current events, supply and demand, and market speculation. The Cook Islands is made up of 15 islands in the South Pacific Ocean and are a self-governing dependency of New Zealand. Although a tiny nation, a huge range of Palladium and other precious metal coins have been minted over the years under the legal authority of the Cook Islands.
The theme of the coins features art, famed world monuments, astronomy, the Chinese Lunar Calendar, famous ships, famous actors and actresses such as Marlene Dietrich and Marilyn Monroe. Although Cook Island Palladium Coins are low-mintage, they’re widely collected around the world and some of the well-known include the Windows of Heaven series which feature glass inserts, Art Masterpieces with stunning color depictions as well as some of the world’s most famous paintings on 3 oz coins including the Luna year mother of pearl 5 oz series.
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Pobjoy Mint, Polish National Bank, The Perth Mint
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