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Buy 1 oz Random Year Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin
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This coin comes with an Air-Tite Case

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin, the official gold coin of Canada is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM). One of the purest regular issue gold coins in the world, it features a gold content of .9999 fineness (24 carats). The gold used is sourced exclusively from Canadian mines.

First issued in 1979, the gold content was measured at .999 until 1983. Offered in fractions of 1/20 oz, 1/10 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/2 oz and 1 oz, the weight and purity is guaranteed by the government of Canada. The coins are legal tender denominated in Canadian Dollars ($1, $5, $10, $20, $50).

Each of the coins maintain a similar design on both of obverse and reverse. Some special issues feature colouring, privy marks and other unique attributes.

These coins are discounted as they may be tarnished, scratched or visibly handled. Weight and purity are guaranteed but year and condition are subject to availability.

Condition New/Used
Purity 9999
Origin Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Legal Tender CA$50
Obverse Maple Leaf
Reverse Queen Elizabeth II
First Released 1979
Diameter 30 mm
Average Thickness 2.87 mm
Metal Weight (ozt) 1.0000
Mint Royal Canadian Mint
Emile writes:
When I first saw it, I was awestruck by its simple yet absolutely beautiful design. Will certainly be buying more in the months and years to come.
Rich writes:
Once you buy one you Can't stop,you just want more.
Val Bull writes:
In my opinion this is the #1 Gold bullion coin in the World. The only one with 9999 purity...It's like Wayne Gretzky in hockey - simply the Best!
Paul writes:
Just received my first gold coin and I can't put it down. Wished I had bought many of these years ago when the price was cheaper. Better late than never.
cool writes:
Thanks for this.. really nice product !!
Gold Guy writes:
I still remember buying my first Gold Maple! It's scope was amazing, have never owned anything like it..Thanks Silver Gold Bull
Christopher writes:
These are very beautiful coins! Even better that they come from Canadian mines.