Buy 1 oz 2013 Canadian Maple Leaf Year of the Snake Privy Silver Coin
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In multiples of 25 these coins will be shipped in a plastic tube

Make a solid investment in a beautiful piece of history


  • •    Guaranteed weight – 1 Troy ounce (31.1 g) of silver
  • •    Guaranteed purity – 99.99% pure silver coin
  • •    Sustainably high demand – low mintage

The obverse depicts the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II (year of issue and 5-dollar face value are also shown).

As with all Canadian Silver Maple leaf coins, the 2013 Year of the Snake design includes the series’ hallmark assurance: "Fine Silver 1 oz Argent Pur" on the leaf face and the Snake privy mark on the bottom left side of the leaf.

These superb releases are perfect for people born in ‘snake’ years – 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001 and those yet to be born in 2013 – who are regarded as intellectual, superstitious, skeptical, astute, have elegance, innate wisdom, and possibly some levels of supernatural capability.

To ensure damage-free shipping, individual coins are protected by a plastic sleeve; multiples of 25 are further shielded within a rigid plastic tube.

This series moves fast and makes a memorable gift – get your 2013 Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Year of the Snake Privy coins today.

Year 2013
Condition New
Purity 9999
Origin Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Legal Tender CA$5
Obverse Queen Elizabeth II
Reverse Maple Leaf - Snake privy mark
Diameter 38 mm
Average Thickness 3.06 mm
Metal Weight (ozt) 1.0000
Mint Royal Canadian Mint
IRA Eligible Yes
Ry writes:
I was skeptical at first buying this, already having a few regular Maples. However, I was very surprised how beautiful this coin is in your hands. The pictures make this coin look a bit boring, but the actual coin is amazing. The letters, maple, and Queen head are a brilliant mirror shine (more-so then the reg. Maple), and the background is a matte-type finish I found to be unique, and it just makes the words, Queen and leaf pop. Currently my favourite coin my collection.

Math writes:
These coins have a different finish then the regular Royal Canadian Mint ones and they are much shinier. One of the best looking silver coins I’ve seen so far.