Random year (1983-current) 1 ozt. Gold Maple Leaf Coins
These .999 or .9999 Fine Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins contain 1 Troy Ounce of Gold each!
These coins may have minor blemishes or scratches on them.
In 1979, the Royal Canadian Mint issued the world’s first pure 24k gold bullion coin, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf. At that point, the only widely available gold bullion coin was the 22k South African Krugerrand. Gold Maple Leaf coins have a fineness of .9999, making them one of the purest gold coins regularly issued in the world. The Royal Canadian Mint’s insistence on using only the finest planchets, or coin blanks, in minting these coins which has made the Gold Maple Leaf the standard against which all other 24k gold bullion coins are judged. Coins issued between 1979 and 1982 had a purity of .999.
The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is available in the following denominations: $50, which contains one troy ounce of pure gold and measures 30mm in diameter; $20, which contains one half-ounce of pure gold and measures 25mm in diameter; $10, which contains one quarter-ounce of pure gold and measures 20mm in diameter; $5, which contains one tenth-ounce of pure gold and measures 16mm in diameter; and, finally, $1, which contains one twentieth-ounce of pure gold and measures 14mm in diameter. Each of these coins features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain on the obverse and the national symbol of Canada, the maple leaf, on the reverse. Gold Maple Leaf coins are traded around the world and their purity and weight are guaranteed by the Canadian Government.
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