Customers Note: This is a presale item and is not expected to ship until around December 31st, 1969. EVERY order containing this item will be held from shipping until that date. Please note that this date is a rough estimate and solely depends on the mint meeting their production schedule.
The Royal Canadian Mint operates one of the most diverse sovereign coin programs in the world. Its Gold Canadian Maple Leaf was the first coin to seriously challenge the dominance of the South African Krugerrand in the global marketplace, and today it strikes its popular sovereign Maple Leaf Coins in gold, silver, platinum, and palladium. Today, the 2015 1 oz Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf is available on Silver.com.
- Consist of one ounce of .9995 fine palladium.
- Bears a face value of $50 (CAD) backed by the Canadian government.
- Features the identical imagery from gold and silver counterparts.
- Each coin available in Brilliant Uncirculated condition.
- Individual coins ship in plastic flips, with multiples of 10 in tubes.
- Approved for inclusion in Precious Metal IRAs.
Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf coins were introduced for the first time in 2005, but only produced for three years (2005-2007). The coins returned to the market in 2009 as demand for precious metal products increased. The motif on the Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf matches that of the gold, silver, and platinum coins produced in the series.
On the reverse side of each coin you’ll see the official national emblem of Canada, a single leaf from the sugar maple tree. This image is surrounded by engravings of “Canada,” the coin’s purity on the left and right, as well as the metal content and weight at the bottom.
The obverse side of all 2015 1 oz Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf coins features the right-profile portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Designed by Susanna Blunt in 2003, this is the most recent version of the Queen’s effigy used on Canadian currency.
Each 2015 1 oz Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf in this listing is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. A BU coin has no signs of wear and tear, but may feature spotted surfaces, breaks in the luster, or contact marks from the coining process.
The Royal Canadian Mint was founded in 1907 by British authorities to handle the increased flow of precious metals stemming from the gold rush in the Yukon Territories at the end of the 19th century.
Silver.com associates are standing by to help answer any questions you might have about these Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf coins. You can reach us on the phone at 888-989-7223, connect with us online through our live chat, or simply send us an email. If you are interested in similar products, check out our Gold Canadian Maple Leaf coins.