One of the most famous iterations of this coin is the Canadian Maple Leaf with .10 ounces. On the obverse side of the coin there is a bust of the smiling Queen Elizabeth II, along with her name emblazoned above her head, the year that it was minted, and the denomination of the coin. On the reverse side of the coin is the Canadian Maple Leaf, which also lists the amount and purity of the gold in each coin. When it comes to the amount of gold that is in each coin, they hold a tenth of an ounce of gold in them and come in .9999 pure gold. These coins are rather plentiful since they were minted so recently, which means that they can be bought in large quantities. Also, since there is not a great deal of gold in these coins, they are a wise investment option for people who are new to buying gold, allowing them to accumulate a decent amount of money over time.