In Pt-10mass%Rh alloys which were recrystallized using full annealing at or above 1273K after the cold rolling with the reduction ratio of both 90% and 98%, the formation of cube texture has already been found. When these primary recrystallized alloys are subjected to the further annealing at higher temperatures, the occurrence of the secondary recrystallization can be expected. In this study, the development of the cube texture and the process in the coarsening of crystal grains during the secondary recrystallization were investigated. In addition, the creep tests were carried out for the secondary recrystallized alloys and resultant creep properties were compared with those for the primary recrystallized alloys. It became clear that the cube texture which further developed during the secondary recrystallization in 98% rolled specimens exhibits the greater thermal stability than that in secondary recrystallized 90% rolled ones. During the secondary recrystallization, it was confirmed that the grains coarsened according to the law of tm, where t and m show time and a constant, respectively. The higher development of the cube texture and the coarsening of grains during the secondary recrystallization were found to have remarkable effects of improving the creep resistance.