The 1 oz Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin is one of the most beautiful and popular investment coins in the world. It has been produced since 1979 by the Canadian Royal Mint, known for its innovative technologies and acclaimed security features.
The Maple leaf coin is minted from 31.10 grams (1 oz) of fine 999.9 gold in the size of 30 mm and has a face value of 50 Canadian dollars.
Available online and in-store, you can find the Gold and Silver Canadian Maple Leaf Coin of 1 troy ounce.
The manufacturers offer gold and silver investment coins without a certificate.
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Investment gold is exempt from VAT under Art. 160 (1) of the VAT Act.
Weight 31.10 g
Purity Fine Gold 999.9/1000
Diameter 30 mm
Legal tender CAD 50
Manufacturer Royal Canadian Mint
Series Maple Leaf
Packaging Coin Capsule
The portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, the years of her reign, the face value of 50 Canadian dollars and the year of minting 2023 are depicted on the obverse of the Maple Leaf. The portrait of the Queen was painted in 2003 by the famous artist Susanna Blunt. It is the second portrait of a British monarch created by a Canadian artist for Canadian coins. The design presents the queen without a crown and has been on the obverse of the Maple Leaf since 2005.
The reverse of the coin depicts a detailed relief image of the iconic symbol of Canada - the maple leaf. Above it is the inscription "CANADA", central on both sides - 9999, and below it - the type of metal and weight of the two official languages in Canada - English and French "FINE GOLD 1 OZ OR PUR".
Since 2013, a textured small maple leaf was laser engraved to the reverse, and in its center is added the year of issue - "23", which is visible only when magnified.
The Canadian Royal Mint was established as a branch of the Royal Mint in 1908. On January 2, Governor Earl Gray struck the first domestically produced coin, a fifty-cent piece. The creation of the Royal Mint in Canada coincided with an era of growing gold production in the Yukon and British Columbia. The need to process this gold necessitated the establishment of a refinery, which was completed in 1911. The Canadian Mint even produced gun parts for Britain during World War I.
In 1936 the refinery, which is still operating today, was completed. Since 1979, the Canadian Mint has been minting the Maple Leaf gold coins, initially with a purity of 999, and in 1982 it became the world's first refinery to produce 9999 gold coins.
In 1999, the Mint reached a new technological peak, reaching the fineness of gold 99999.
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