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Platinum & 90% Silver

The Platinum Crate (Monthly)

Starting at $50 per month
The Platinum Crate is our monthly option to receive an amount of platinum based on the price tier you select on the product page.

90% Silver Crate (Monthly)

Constitutional Silver
Pre-1965, U.S. half dollars, quarters and dimes were all made of 90% silver. An economical options that allows for a new haul of this historical silver each month.

Platinum Monster Pack (Orders $5,000+)

For the mega platinum stacker
Want huge platinum bars without credit card fees? The Platinum Monster Pack from Investor Crate is exactly that.

Other Considerations

Platinum Starter Pack (One-time)

Try a Platinum Crate without the subscription
This is a Platinum Crate trial pack, good to use as a 'booster' pack to your platinum stash or to try out our platinum offering before subscribing.

90% Silver Starter Pack (One-time)

Historical U.S. FV Silver
1964 and older U.S. coins for silver stackers, historians and collectors alike. With lots of character, these coins are very affordable.

Investor Crate Plus

Access the Fire Sale page
Investor Crate Plus is a premium membership that allows you to add extra bullion to each months subscription crate. Check out the benefits for upgrading.

Platinum & 90% Silver Fire Sale Deals

90% - $1 FV Silver U.S. Quarters (1892-1964)
90% - $1 FV Silver U.S. Quarters (1892-1964)

90% - $1 FV Silver U.S. Quarters (1892-1964)

$21.79
$25.30
90% - $1 FV Silver U.S. Dimes (1892-1964)
90% - $1 FV Silver U.S. Dimes (1892-1964)

90% - $1 FV Silver U.S. Dimes (1892-1964)

$21.79
$25.30
90% - $5 FV Silver U.S. Quarters (1892-1964)
90% - $5 FV Silver U.S. Quarters (1892-1964)

90% - $5 FV Silver U.S. Quarters (1892-1964)

$116.57
$128.90
90% - $10 FV Silver U.S. Dimes (1892-1964)
90% - $10 FV Silver U.S. Dimes (1892-1964)

90% - $10 FV Silver U.S. Dimes (1892-1964)

$233.15
$245.20
90% - $10 FV Silver U.S. Quarters (1892-1964)
90% - $10 FV Silver U.S. Quarters (1892-1964)

90% - $10 FV Silver U.S. Quarters (1892-1964)

$233.15
$245.20
90% - $5 FV Silver U.S. Dimes (1892-1964)
90% - $5 FV Silver U.S. Dimes (1892-1964)

90% - $5 FV Silver U.S. Dimes (1892-1964)

$116.57
$128.90

Platinum coins, bars and rounds

Platinum is used in variety of industries but over 50% of the platinum mined each year is used in the automotive industry. Platinum is what is called an oxidizer which has the ability to add an oxygen molecule to another gas. This helps reduce emissions of harmful gases from combustion vehicles. This does not mean the greyish silver metal is going to the wayside as is gas powered vehicles. More platinum and palladium are used as catalytic material  in electric vehicles than traditional gas and diesel powered cars.

Platinum, while not minted on quite the level of gold and silver, can take shape in the same type of coins, bars and rounds that the other precious metals are found in. 

Platinum bullion

  • Platinum Coins: Minted by governments around the world, coins such as the American Platinum Eagle, Austrian Platinum Philharmonic and the British Platinum Britannia are commonly found on Investor Crate's Fire Sale page as well as the various crates and packs we offer. Platinum also comes in some pretty unique sizes such as the 1/3 oz Australian Platinum Humpback, Platypus and Penguin coins as well as 1 gram and 30 gram Platinum Pandas by the Chinese Mint.
  • Platinum Bars: Bars minted from fine platinum come from large corporations, banks and refineries. Some common platinum bar manufacturers include Scotiabank, Credit Suisse Bank, Johnson Matthey, Valcambi Suisse, PAMP SA and Argor-Hereaus.
  • Platinum Rounds: Although rare and considered to be vintage at this point, the fortune 500 company Engelhard, prior to being purchased by BASF in 2006, produced a large volume of bullion, including the famous 1 oz Platinum Prospector Round.

Pre-1965 U.S. 90% silver

Back when our countries leaders followed the constitution, circulatory coins, as mandated by Article 1, Section 10, Clause 1 of the U.S. Constitution, were comprised of silver.

"No State shall enter into any Treaty, Alliance, or Confederation; grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal; coin Money; emit Bills of Credit; make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any Bill of Attainder, ex post facto Law, or Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts, or grant any Title of Nobility."

And prior to 1965 (arguably 1933 when the bankers used our politicians to ban the private ownership of gold and silver) half dollars, quarters, dimes and nickels were all made of silver. 90% silver or what use to be called "junk silver" is highly sought after for its low premiums and collectability. 

Constitutional silver by mintage year

  • 1964 (JFK) Kennedy Half-Dollar
  • 1948-1963 Franklin Half-Dollars
  • 1946-1964 Roosevelt Dimes
  • 1932 & 1934-1964 Washington Quarters
  • 1916-1945 Winged Liberty Head "Mercury" Dimes
  • 1916-1947 Walking Liberty Half Dollars
  • 1921-1928 & 1934-1935 Silver Peace Dollar
  • 1916-1930 Standing Liberty Quarter
  • 1892-1916 Liberty Head "Barber" Dime
  • 1892-1916 Liberty Head "Barber" Quarter
  • 1892-1916 Liberty Head "Barber" Half-Dollar
  • 1878-1904 & 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar

Some coins such as buffalo nickels, "war nickels" and some variants of the half dollar were made up of 40% and 35% silver. We do not carry any U.S. constitutional coinage that is below 90% pure.