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Gold Maple Leafs

Gold Maple Leafs

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin was introduced in 1979 and produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. From 1979 to 1982 the coins were minted with a gold content of .999; since then their content is .9999 pure, one of the purest gold bullion coins worldwide. The coins are legal tender of Canada, the most popular being the 1-ounce (50 Canadian dollars). Other sizes and denominations in 2015 include 1 gram, 1/20 ounce (1 dollar), 1/10 ounce (5 dollars), 1/4 ounce (10 dollars), and 1/2 ounce, (20 dollars). The Gold Maple Leaf's obverse features Queen Elizabeth II and reverse displays the Canadian Maple Leaf. In 2015, new security features were introduced with radial lines and a micro-engraved laser mark.

We offer one ounce and fractional sizes. Call for availability and pricing.

 

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1-ounce Silver Maple Leaf

Silver Maple Leafs

One ounce Silver Maple Leaf coins have been produced by the Royal Canadian Mint since 1988 and are .9999 pure silver. At 5 Canadian dollars, it has the highest face value among international silver bullion coins. The 2016 series has special security features including radial lines and a micro-engraved laser mark. The small privy maple leaf is also a security feature, including the number to signify the year of issue, micro-engraved into the surface. This security feature will only be visible under magnification.

We offer  1-ounce Silver CMLs individually and in rolls of 25. Call for availability and pricing.

Special 30th Anniversary 1-ounce Silver Maple Leaf

2018 30th anniversary CML

The Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) has sold more than 200 million ounces of its maple leaf silver bullion coins since it began the program in 1988. To commemorate the 30th anniversary, the RCM has issued this version of the coin in addition to its regular silver maple leaf.

While the obverse is similar to the regular maple leaf, the reverse features an intricate engraving of the maple leaf entwined with the number 30.

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1-ounce Silver Wolf

2018 Silver Wolf

The 2018 Canadian Wolf is the third release from the Royal Canadian Mint’s Predator Silver Coin Series, following the first release in 2016 of the Silver Cougar and the second release in 2017 of the Silver Lynx.

The obverse displays a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt, along with the date and face value of $5 (Canadian). The reverse displays a portrait of a wolf leaping toward its prey, showing its fierce teeth as it readies to snag its prey.  The Canadian Maple Leaf privy mark is also featured on the reverse.

Each coin contains one Troy ounce of .9999 fine silver, and the mintage is 500,000.


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Platinum Maple Leaf

Platinum Maple Leafs

Introduced in 1988, all Platinum Maple Leaf coins have legal tender status in Canada for their face value. Since 1988, the coins have been recognized around the world for their purity of .9995 fineness. Each platinum Maple Leaf coin prominently features Canada's national symbol, the maple leaf, and an image of Queen Elizabeth II. It is struck in pure .9995 fine platinum and carries a face value of 50 Canadian dollars. Each coin is manufactured to meet the high quality standards of the Royal Canadian Mint, and the weight, purity and face value of each coin are guaranteed by the Canadian government.

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One Ounce Palladium Maple Leafs

Palladium Maple Leafs

First minted in 2005 by the Royal Canadian Mint, the 1-ounce Palladium Maple Leaf is the world's first regularly issued palladium coin. Made of .9995 fine palladium, it carries a legal tender value of 50 dollars.  The 2015 edition also has the special security features similar to the silver and gold maple leaf coins. Palladium is much rarer than platinum and also carries a higher risk.

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