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25 Year Platinum Price History in Euros per Gram


Platinum Price Last 25 Years
Current 23.92
High 48.14
Low 9.65
Change 14.27 (147.92 %)

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The chart above shows the platinum price for the past 25 years, in Euros per gram. Since the Euro currency was introduced, platinum has increased significantly, but has dropped from peaks reached in the financial crisis. Platinum saw huge demand from car makers, before high prices drove the industry to switch to the then cheaper palladium.

Troy ounces are the usual weight used for quoting platinum prices, but grams offer customers a useful alternative. Platinum bars will often be manufactured in multiples of grams, and customers looking to sell scrap platinum will likely find grams an easier measurement to find.

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