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Rhodium (Rh) bullion 1 gram
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The listing, Rhodium (Rh) bullion 1 gram has ended.

Rhodium is up to $27,000 a Troy ounce these days, so this is not far from melt value. It might be the only available bullion coin in the metal. See Rare World Metals Mint's description for more details. Free shipping.

If you would like a lower price, I will try to purchase the coin from an eBay seller. Post me a request. I might be able to lower the price by 20% with that route.

RWMM's description:

Long ago we decided not to try to compete with existing commercially available precious metals products but as we have already filled out many of the metallic elements in the periodic table, the glaring holes of some of the most intriguing and precious of the elemental metals still unfilled are becoming more obvious. We thus decided it was time to offer our customers options to obtain from us some of these other elemental metals such as gold, platinum, palladium, and rhodium.

We are offering rhodium bullion from the former Cohen Mint from Brooklyn, New York while our supplies last. Eitan Cohen produced the world's first commercially available rhodium coin back in 2009. This rhodium coin will come slabbed and sealed bearing the holographic mark as originally issued by The Cohen Mint in 2009. It has never been opened. These coins have been out of production for nearly a decade and are exceptionally rare. Rhodium is one of six platinum group metals and along with osmium and iridium are the three rarest stable elements in the earth's crust with rhenium being the fourth. Rhodium was discovered by William Hyde Wollaston in 1803 and is used in jewelry fabrication, in nuclear reactors and electrical contacts, and as a catalyst in the automotive and chemical industries. The combination of its extreme rarity and important industrial uses, have caused prices to swing wildly over the years...

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Questions & Comments
Man everytime I get close price goes up lol
Apr 25th, 2021 at 7:59:28 PM PDT by
It’s probably in a bubble so maybe the price will crash soon. Thanks for your interest!
Apr 26th, 2021 at 9:53:34 AM PDT by
Well until then I'll keep saving for it maybe a few others too thanks for listing these
Apr 26th, 2021 at 9:58:59 AM PDT by
Sounds good. If you see the price rhodium go down, let me know and I’ll lower the price...
Apr 26th, 2021 at 12:37:23 PM PDT by

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