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Canadian Gold Coins

Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coins

It does not matter whether you are buying gold for the first time or you have been investing in gold for years. The Canadian gold coins are one of the world’s highest quality, purest, and most desirable gold bullion coins.  The Canadian Gold Coins – Maple Leaf is a series of coins that can increase your wealth and be an excellent way to diversify investment portfolios. When purchasing, noticing a few[things] about these coins will lead to success when it comes to creating a great investment in precious metal assets.

Rarity, Quality, and affordability are all combined in the Canadian Maple Leaf gold coins. A favourite among the collectors, this .9999 fine gold bullion coin is available from Bullion Trading LLC in a range of sizes that are perfect for both novice and seasoned collectors alike.

History of Canadian Maple Gold Leaf Coin Series

The Royal Canadian Mint started producing Canadian Maple leaf 1 oz gold bullion coin in 1979 with 50-denomination. They were.999 fine and guaranteed by Canada for purity and weight. Soon, they were one of the most sought-after fine Gold coins in the world. These Canadian Gold coins have been highly in demand since their introduction in 1979.

The Canadian Maple Leaf, an official bullion series of the Royal Canadian Mint as well as the Canadian nation is one of the most loved coin programs in the world. These coins were introduced in 1979 as the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf and they were the first to compete with the South African Krugerrand for gold bullion demand. Other than the Krugerrand, no other gold coin has ever been offered for investment.

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf had .999 fine Gold from 1979 to 1981. This was increased to.9999 purity in 1982 and has remained the same for all versions of these gold coins. It comes in a variety of sizes, including 1 oz, ½ oz, 1/10 oz, 1/20 oz and 1 gram.

Design of Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins

The Canadian Maple Leaf Gold coin features the right-facing portrait of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth which was designed by Susanna Blunt. Her Majesty appears to be looking to the left and showing off her gorgeous jewelry, which includes the necklace and earrings. The Queen is surrounded on all sides by inscribed details that indicate her name, denomination, and year of the mintage. The background of the coin is made of a thin radial line that originates from its center.

The reverse of the Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coins features a representation of Canada’s national symbol, a single, large and highly detailed maple leaf. Walter Ott created this image. Since 1979, every series of coins has featured the iconic Maple Leaf. You will find the Maple leaf in the middle. It is protected by radial outlines. This side also has a micro-engraved maple leaf at the bottom for extra security.. The rim has inscriptions to indicate purity, weight, country, and so forth.

Composition and Specification of Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins

The Canadian Maple Gold Leaf bullion coin is one of the best. It is important to note, however, that Gold Maple Leafs may be available in different purities, depending upon the year of production. These purities can range from.999 fines, .9999 Fine, or .99999 Fine.

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf gold coins come in 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/4 oz, 1/10 oz, and 1/20 oz denominations sizes and are identical in design to each other except for the markings on the reverse side that indicates the weight and face value of the coins

  1. 1 Ounce Gold Coin: 1 oz Canadian Maple Gold Coin has a diameter of 30 mm and a thickness of 2.80mm. These Canadian Gold Coins actually weigh 1.000 troy ounces (31.1030 grams). It bears a face value of $50(Canadian).
  2. 1/2 Ounce Gold Coin: 1/2 oz Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin has a diameter of 25 mm and a thickness of 2.23 mm. These Canadian Gold Coins actually weigh 0.5000 troy ounces (15.5515 grams). It bears a face value of $25(Canadian).
  3. 1/4 Ounce Gold Coin: 1/4 oz Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin has a diameter of 20 mm and a thickness of 1.70 mm. These Canadian Gold Coins actually weigh 0.2500 troy ounces (7.5758 grams). It bears a face value of $10(Canadian).
  4. 1/10 Ounce Gold Coin: 1/10 oz Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin has a diameter of 16 mm and a thickness of 1.22 mm. These Canadian Gold Coins actually weigh 0.100 troy ounces (3.1103 grams). It bears a face value of $5(Canadian).
  5. 1/20 Ounce Gold Coin: 1/20 oz Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin has a diameter of 13.9 mm and a thickness of 0.92 mm. These Canadian Gold Coins actually weigh 0.5 troy ounces (1.5551 grams). It bears a face value of $1(Canadian).
Types Denomination Fineness Diameter Thickness Gross Weight Gold Content
1 oz C$50 24 carat 99.99% 30 mm 2.80 mm 1.0000 oz(31.1030 grams) 1.0000 oz(31.1030 grams)
1/2  oz C$25 24 carat 99.99% 25mm 2.24 mm 0.5000 troy oz(15.5515 grams) 0.5000 troy oz(15.5515 grams)
1/4  oz C$10 24 carat 99.99% 20 mm 1.70 mm 0.2500 troy oz (7.5758 grams) 0.2500 troy oz (7.5758 grams)
1/10  oz C$5 24 carat 99.99% 16 mm 1.22 mm 0.100 troy oz (3.1103 grams) 0.100 troy oz (3.1103 grams)
1/20 oz C$1 24 carat 99.99% 13.9 mm 0.92 mm 0.5 troy oz (1.5551 grams) 0.5 troy oz (1.5551 grams)

The Benefit of Owning Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coins

Some of the benefits that come with owning Canadian maple gold coins include:

  • High-Security Feature: One of the benefits associated with this coin is its high-security features. It includes micro-engraving technology which helps in protecting it against counterfeiting activity by making use of a laser light beam at a microscopic level to engrave numbers as well as text.
  • Also has Recognized Value: Maple Gold Collectors coins are now considered legal tender and have a guarantee of being accepted by individuals and businesses all over Canada. This makes it convenient for you to use them as you carry out your daily transactions.
  • Generate Revenue: The fact that Canadian maple gold coins generate income is a great benefit associated with their purchase since they increase in value depending on the market trends. It trends that this particular type of investment will help you make money each time the price increases. You can thus expect to make a considerable profit from its sale when its value increases in the future year.
  • Enhance Financial Status: Owning these coins helps to enhance your financial status because they could be used as collateral for loans at any bank.
  • Collectible Items:  The Canadian maple gold coins are also collectible items, and one of their benefits is that they appreciate value over time. It is important to note though that the Canadian maple coin takes on a limited release every year, which makes it possible for some buyers to compete for them especially when their price rises as expected.

Buying Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins from Bullion Trading LLC

Bullion Trading LLC may be the best place to go if your goal is to buy Canadian Gold coins. We have on sale at the most affordable online price. Please see our Canadian Gold Coins listing or Gold Coins page to view the details. We also have other gold bullion items available, including gold bars as well as silver coins. Take a look at our current gold prices chart for the best gold prices. This chart shows your live gold pricing across all major currency pairs.

You can reach us at (212) 997-2520 for any questions on Canadian Gold Coins. You can buy gold coins from Bullion Trading LLC anytime during our business hours, which are Mon – Thu 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM EST and FRI 8:30 AM- 1:00 PM EST.

FAQ


How much are Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins worth?

Prices for Canadian gold coins depend on supply and demand with prices rising when economic uncertainty increases because these coins are an attractive investment vehicle that helps hedge against inflation.

Are Canadian Gold Maple leaf coins a good investment?

Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins are a good investment because Canadian gold prices have been stable for many years. Canadian Gold Maple Leafs come in one-ounce, half-ounce and quarter-ounce sizes, which make them an attractive buy as their value will hold up over the long term. Canadian Gold Maple leafs also offer stability to investors looking for a way to diversify their portfolio with precious metals that keep pace with inflation rates.

Do Canadian Gold Maple leaf coins go down in price?

If you were wondering if Canadian Gold maple leaves could be worth less than when you bought them... don't worry! The Canadian Bullion Coin Program is designed so they maintain their face value throughout time - meaning each coin's intrinsic metal content always has at least the Canadian dollar value of its face.

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