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An Overview of Other Types of Bullion

An Overview of Other Types of Bullion
Category: Buying Bullion Guide
Author Name: ModernCoinMart (MCM)
Posted: 12-31-2019

Besides the typical types of Precious Metals that are commonly seen like Silver, Gold, Platinum, and Palladium, other kinds of Precious Metals are used in the creation of both bullion and collectible coins too. This article will highlight some of those metals, such as rhodium and copper.

Why Buy Physical Rhodium Bullion?

There are many reasons that we are drawn to physical bullion. In the case of rhodium and rhodium bullion, much of the appeal lies in its high value.

Rhodium Bar Rhodium is a precious metal that shares similarities with platinum. It is one of the Platinum Group Metals (PGM). This particular precious metal is regularly traded, but it doesn’t get much attention compared to gold or silver. The main reason for this is its high value. It’s not unusual for the spot price of rhodium to be around four times the spot price of gold or more. By weight, rhodium bullion has historically carried exceptionally high values.

If you want to buy rhodium bullion online, it’s relatively easy to do so. Just take the same steps that you would with buying any other precious metal online. Rhodium product selection is a little thin due to its price and scarcity, but high quality rhodium bullion is available on the market.

Why Buy Physical Copper Bullion?

There are quite a number of gold and silver bullion products on the market to choose from, but don’t forget that other metals have value too. In addition to gold, silver, platinum, and palladium, some stackers are after copper bullion as well. Copper is more affordable by weight than other popular metals and it is widely available in a variety of forms.

Copper Bullion Round The value of copper has had some impressive spikes in years past. In fact, many circulating coins now have less copper in them because of this metal’s change in value. Some individuals have even begun to hoard older U.S. pennies because of their copper content.

If you want to buy copper online, there are many options available. There are numerous copper bars and copper rounds to choose from. While some plain copper bullion products are on the market, many feature impressive designs. Just be sure to choose a reputable bullion dealer when buying online.

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