|Weight||31.100 Grams / 1.000 Oz|
Produced by the Royal Canadian Mint, the Maple Leaf is one of the most popular gold bullion coins available on the market. Each coin has a face value of $50 CAD.
The Royal Canadian Mint produces the Canadian maple leaf gold coin. This Mint is renowned for producing some of the purest quality gold coins in the whole world, and are the only mint to produce a 99999 fine gold bullion coin.
Each Maple Leaf contains 1 troy ounce, (or 31.105 grams) of gold. The Maple Leaf coin is 9999 fine, or 24 karat.
SwissBullion.eu also sell smaller sized gold Maples for clients who prefer to invest in gold coins in smaller increments. The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is a popular choice for both collectors and investors alike.
The front face of this coin features an image of her majesty Queen Elizabeth the II with the face value of the coin located underneath. On the reverse of the Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin you will find an image of the Canadian Maple Leaf from which the coin draws it's name.
In 2013, the Royal Canadian Mint began to add additional security features to the coin. In 2015 the Mint began to add ridged outer edges, and a micro laser-engraved Canadian Maple Leaf.
When you choose to buy gold coins from Swiss Bullion for delivery, individual gold coins will arrive sealed inside a plastic slip to ensure their safety during transport. For clients placing larger orders of one-ounce Maple Leaf gold coins, coins will be dispatched in a plastic tube, each containing 20 coins.
The gold Maple Leaf coin is one of the most popular precious coins available on the market today. Equally popular amid investors and collectors alike, the Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin makes a sound investment in a fluctuating market where a solid asset is worth more than money in the bank.
Swiss Bullion aims to provide high-grade and well-recognized coins that can be bought and sold easily, and are recognized worldwide. Each Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coins contains 99.99% pure, investment-grade gold bullion, and is renowned worldwide.
The Maple Leaf coin series is available in gold, silver, platinum and palladium. The Royal Canadian Mint is the only world mint to continuously issue a palladium coin. Silver Maple Leaf coins are available in Monster boxes of 500 pieces, for individuals looking to purchase larger amounts of silver. The Platinum Maple Leaf is also available in tubes of 20 pieces.
The Royal Canadian Mint also produces investment grade gold and silver bars for retail gold and silver investor.
Swiss Bullion offers all of its products for delivery or for storage in our secure Swiss vault storage, located in Zurich, Switzerland. Storage is free of charge for the first year. When items have been placed into storage, clients may select to sell their precious metals back to Swiss Bullion at favorable rates, or take delivery at any time. The gold Maple Leaf coin is VAT / MwsT exempt.
Buy the 1 Ounce Maple Leaf Gold Coin
The 1-ounce Canadian maple leaf gold coins provide investors with a great opportunity to buy premium gold. The 1 oz maple leaf coins are inscribed with the image of Queen Elizabeth II on the front while the back is engraved with the iconic Canadian maples leaf. Each of the 1 oz maple leaf coins is considered legal tender backed by the Canadian government. The government also guarantees the weight and purity of the coins. The maple leaf gold coin is .9999 pure, and are among the premium bullions in the world.
The 1 oz maple leaf gold coin is the most popular in the maple series. Investors prefer the 1-ounce gold coin because it enable them invest in fine gold at a premium price. Moreover, the 1 oz doesn’t take much space during storage. The 1 oz gold coin bears the laser security feature introduced in 2013. Each of the coins has a micro-engraving of small maple leaf alongside the last two digits that show the year the coin was minted. The 1-ounce Canadian maple leaf gold coins have a face value of $50 CAD.
The Feature of the 1-Ounce Maple Leaf Gold Coins
From the time the maple leaf gold coins were released, the coins have not undergone any major changes in terms of the design. The coins have retained the simple and elegant design bearing a maple leaf on the backside plus the value for purity. The word “Canada” is also inscribed on the coin.
The Royal Canadian Mint was established in 1911, and since then the mint has set up some of the most technically advanced refineries in the world. These refineries produce fine gold coins, gold bars and other custom-made gold products. The Canadian Mint started producing gold with a finer level of .9999 in the mid-1960s. However, in 1998 the mint broke this record when it produced gold coin with a fineness level that reached “five nines.”