1 Ounce Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin .999 or .9999 Fine.
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Design of the Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin
The front of each coin features an image of Queen Elizabeth II in portrait. The words 'Elizabeth II' are inscribed at the top, and beneath her portrait are the coin's year of minting and face value. The 1 Ounce Canadian Maple Leaf gold coin has a face value of $50 CAD.
The reverse side of the Canadian Maple Leaf gold coin features an iconic image of a Canadian Maple Leaf. The weight, fineness and metal are depicted at the bottom of the coin. These coins have a purity of 999 or 9999, depending on what year they have been minted. The word 'Canada' is inscribed on top of the coin, and the purity is inscribed on either side of the maple leaf. At the bottom of the coin are its weight and metal type.
About the Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin
The Canadian Maple Leaf gold coin was initially introduced in in 1979. The coin instantly gained a huge following as at that time Apartheid massively curtailed the sale of gold Krugerrands, which were the only other major gold coin available to investors at that time. The Maple Leaf has remained at the forefront of the investment bullion market for more than 40 years.
The gold Canadian Maple Leaf comes in 1/10 ounce, 1/4 ounce, 1/2 ounce and 1 ounce sizes. A range of special edition gold Maple Leafs have also been released throughout the years. In 2007 the Royal Canadian Mint also released the 99.999 fine gold Maple Leaf. The Canadian Maple Leaf also comes in silver, platinum and palladium.
The coins are produced by the Royal Canadian Mint.
Who is the Royal Canadian Mint?
The Royal Canadian Mint is the official mint of Canada, which was formed in 1908. The Mint's objective was to manufacture coins for the territory domestically as well as to produce gold Sovereign coins from the gold that was mined within Canada. The mint has two branches - one is in Ottawa and the second in Ontario. The mint received independence in 1931 from the UK, and was renamed from the Royal Mint to the Royal Canadian Mint. Today, the mint is responsible for manufacturing all Canadian coinage in addition to its bullion products.
The most popular bullion product produced by the Royal Canadian Mint is the Canadian Maple Leaf coin series. The Royal Canadian Mint also manufacture gold and silver bars for investors in a limited range of sizes. The Canadian Maple Leaf coin series has remained one of the most popular worldwide due to its high quality and relatively low premium. Gold Maple Leafs are available individually or in wholesale tubes of 10 or 20 coins.
Investing in Gold Maple Leaf Coins
Suisse Gold allows its clients to invests in gold maple leaf coins for worldwide delivery or for secure Swiss bullion storage. Coins may be purchased in any of 20 currencies or 8 cryptocurrencies.
Canadian Maple Leaf gold coins are very popular with precious metals investors worldwide, particularly in the one ounce size.