1 Ounce Palladium Maple Leaf Coin

Weight 31.105 Grams / 1.000 Oz
Serial Number No
Condition Circulated
Packaging Plastic Slip
Manufacturer Royal Canadian Mint
2289.76 USD
4 Week Delivery

Buy the 1-Ounce Palladium Maple Leaf

The Royal Canadian Mint is one of the only precious metals refineries to continuously produce a palladium coin. Investors who prefer palladium coins over bars should opt for the new 1-Ounce Palladium Maple Leaf coin.

The palladium maple leaf coin was first minted by the RC in 2005, with a limited minting of 40,000 coins. These coins are very popular with investors looking to buy palladium coins. The Perth Mint released a palladium Emu coin for a limited time which was soon discontinued. 

The new 1-Oz Palladium Maple Leaf coin is supplied sealed in plastic.  Coins are available individually, or in sheets of 20 coins. 

Investing in Palladium

Palladium was considered a 'fringe' precious metals investment option until the last decade, when bullion investors began purchasing both platinum and palladium as a way to extend their holdings in physical metals. Palladium is much rarer than gold or silver, and as a result its price can have huge movements. The price of the grey metal has doubled in the last 4 years. For precious metals enthusiasts, it is worth considering holding some of yoru precious metals portfolio in palladium. 

Features of the 1-Ounce Palladium Maple Leaf Coin

  • The coin contains 1-Oz of Palladium with a fineness level of .9995
  • Large orders in multiple of twenty are packed with mint-sealed sheets. All other purchases are shipped in a protective packaging. The coin can be bought individually or at a wholesale price in sheets of 20.
  • The front side of the coin features an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II as portrayed by Ian Rank-Broadley. The front side also bears the year the coin was minted and the face value.
  • The backside of the coin features one large maple leaf together with the weight and purity of the coin.
  • Each 1 Oz Palladium Maple Leaf coin has a face value of $50.
  • Investors who purchase the coin benefit from VAT-free delivery and storage.

The Maple Leaf series is the most popular coin series produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. The Maple Leaf coin is available in gold, silver, platinum and palladium. The Royal Canadian Mint also produces gold and silver bars bearing the image of the Canadian Maple Leaf.

Why Buy the 1-Oz Palladium Maple Leaf

  • Maple Leaf coins are popular among investors because of the reputation the Royal Canadian Mint has globally in terms of quality and innovation.
  • The Palladium Maple leaf coins are attractive enabling investors to have the chance to purchase a precious metal at a lower price compared to gold and platinum. (Recent trends however have seen the price of palladium surpass platinum and gold, making it the most valuable precious metal).
  • The Palladium Maple Leaf coin has a legal tender value, which means that it is officially recognised and issued by the Canadian government. 
  • The maple leaf coins have a fineness value of .9995.
  • The palladium Maple Leaf coin has the lowest premium of any palladium coin currenty available in the precious metals market.

Palladium is a precious metal belonging to the Platinum Group of Metals and it’s collected as a byproduct in platinum and nickel mines. Palladium share chemical characteristics with platinum, and in most cases the metal is used as a substitute for platinum.

Palladium is mainly used in the manufacture of catalytic converters in the automobile industry. This metal is also used in electronics, jewelry, chemicals, and dental fillers.

Analysts predict that in the future palladium will remain popular among investors. 

Storage and Delivery of Palladium Maples

Palladium Maple Leaf coins are available for worldwide delivery or for VAT-exempt storage in Switzerland. For clients looking to store their purchase in Switzerland, no VAT is payable until delivery is requested. Clients looking to purchase palladium Maple Leaf coins may also benefit from favorable repurchase prices when the coins are stored in Swiss Vault storage upon purchase.

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