• Purchase and sale of palladium bars and coins
• Purchase and sale of platinum bars and coins
• Serious and competent personal advice
• Many years of experience in trading platinum and palladium
• Centrally located and easily accessible in the centre of Zurich
Alongside gold and silver, platinum and palladium make up the quartet of the most popular precious metals for investment. A significant proportion of the annual demand for these two white metals is used above all in the automotive industry but also for the manufacture of jewellery. This means that the price of both precious metals is very much dependent on the demand from industry. This can of course work in two ways: if industry requires a large quantity of these metals, the price goes up, on the other hand scandals or other reductions in demand can drag the price down with them.
While both metals are well represented in bar form, the choice in the case of coins is relatively limited compared with gold or silver. Generally minted in weights of one ounce, there are coins inter alia from Australia (Koala 1 ounce platinum, Emu 1 ounce palladium), the Isle of Man (Noble 1 ounce platinum), Canada (Maple Leaf 1 ounce platinum and palladium) and the USA (American Eagle 1 ounce platinum and palladium).
We buy and sell 1 kg (1000 g) palladium bars and 500 g palladium bars, as well as 1 kg (1000 g) platinum bars and 500 g platinum bars. But we can also procure other weight units for you at any time (subject to availability).
Mostly minted in the weight of one ounce, there are coins from Australia (Koala 1 ounce platinum, Emu 1 ounce palladium), Isle of Man (Noble 1 ounce platinum), Canada (Maple Leaf 1 ounce platinum and palladium) and USA (American Eagle 1 ounce platinum and palladium), among others.
The current buying and selling prices for coins and bars in platinum and palladium, which you can trade through us in Zurich, can be found at any time in our price list which is continuously updated to reflect the relevant precious metal.
Good to know: As white metals, platinum and palladium are subject to the statutory value-added tax of 7.7% when purchased in Switzerland.
Current Buying and Selling Prices