Gold Canadian Maple Leaf coins are highly-coveted specimens from the Royal Canadian Mint. The gold coins for sale in this collection come in sizes ranging from 1 oz down to a diminutive 1 Gram coin. Right now, 1 Gram Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Coins are available to purchase online at Silver.com from random years.
- Ships to you inside of protective plastic flips!
- Available from 2014 onward!
- Consists of One Gram, or .03215 Troy ounces, of .9999 fine gold.
- Bears a face value of $.50 (CAD) backed by the federal government of Canada.
- On the obverse side of the coin is Queen Elizabeth II.
- The reverse face includes the sugar maple leaf design from Walter Ott.
- If you buy more than one coin, please note you may receive several of the same date.
Each 1 Gram Gold Canadian Maple Leaf in this product listing comes to you with a protective plastic flip to house the coin. These 1 Gram Gold Maple Leafs are offered as part of a varied listing. The coins are chosen at random by Silver.com warehouse staff after your payment has processed.
Because this is a random year listing, we cannot guarantee the date mark on the coin you receive. 1 Gram Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Coins have only been in production since 2014, so your coin is guaranteed to come from 2014 onward. If you buy more than one gold coin in this listing, please be aware that you could receive several specimens with the same date mark.
On the obverse of 1 Gram Gold Maple Leaf Coins is the right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty’s effigy has featured on Canadian coins since 1953 and this is the fourth-generation design that was created in 2003 by Susanna Blunt. This is the first effigy of a British monarch on Canadian coins since Elizabeth II’s father, King George VI, to depict a ruler without a crown.
The reverse face of 1 Gram Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Coins features the sugar maple leaf. The national emblem of Canada, the sugar maple leaf appears on the national flag and has been used by Canadians since the mid-18th century when French traders first settled in the region. Walter Ott designed this sugar maple leaf for the series in 1979.
The Royal Canadian Mint was founded in 1908 with a facility in the federal capital city of Ottawa. Today, there is an additional facility in Winnipeg. The Winnipeg Mint handles the production of circulation currency, while the Ottawa Mint focuses on bullion and commemorative coins like these Gold Canadian Maple Leafs.
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