Those buying gold from the Royal Canadian Mint can trust the purity and government-backed weight of the Gold Canadian Maple Leaf coin. Introduced in 1979, the Gold Maple Leaf features the nation’s iconic symbol on the reverse and the bust of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse. Now, 2019 1 oz Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Coins are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com with PCGS certification.
- Coins ship to you inside of a protective plastic slab from the PCGS!
- 40th-anniversary issue of the Gold Canadian Maple Leaf!
- Availability of certified coins is limited!
- Consists of One Troy ounce of .9999 fine gold.
- Issued a face value of $50 (CAD) by Canada.
- Bears a Grade of Mint State 69 from the Professional Coin Grading Service.
- Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse of the coin.
- The sugar maple leaf is on the reverse of the coin.
On the obverse of all 2019 1 oz Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Coins is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty has featured on the obverse of Canadian circulation and bullion coins since her ascension to the throne in 1952. This is the fourth-generation bust created during her reign and was completed in 2003 by Susanna Blunt, just the second Canadian artist ever to design a monarch’s effigy. This design showcases the Queen at the age of 79 without a crown on her head.
The reverse of 2019 Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Coins features the original sugar maple leaf design used in this series. Now featured on the silver, platinum, and palladium versions of the coin, this sugar maple leaf was created in 1979 by Walter Ott for the debut of the Gold Canadian Maple Leaf coins. This side of the coin has a micro-engraved maple leaf privy mark, while both sides of the coin have radial lines in the background.
These 2019 1 oz Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Coins earned a near-perfect certification from the PCGS. The Mint State 69 grade is given to coins with full, original mint luster and a maximum of two minor detracting flaws. The only acceptable flaws at this certification level are minuscule contact marks or hairlines that must be located outside the primary focal fields of the coin.
Gold Canadian Maple Leaf coins celebrated 40 years of production with the 2019 date mark. The Royal Canadian Mint introduced the 1 oz coin in 1979. In 1982 it added 1/4 oz and 1/10 oz coins to the series, followed by the 1/2 oz coin in 1986, the 1/20 oz coin in 1993, and the 1 Gram coin in 2014.
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