1 oz 2023 Canadian Maple Leaf Silver Coin | Royal Canadian Mint
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The Canadian Maple Leaf is one of the most famous and recognizable bullion coins of all time and is a flagship addition to your holdings. With the inclusion of light-refracting radial lines- as a testament to the Royal Canadian Mint's penchant for innovation and design- this stunning coin has a luster like no other. Combined with an immaculate design, which has endured since its initial release, this globally recognized coin has ensured liquidity. Enhanced security features such as the Royal Canadian Mint's patented bullion DNA means that each 1 oz coin contains a unique privy mark with a micro-engraving of the year it was released, which is only visible under magnification.
- Ships individually in a plastic flip sleeve; Multiples of 25 will ship in a plastic tube; Multiples of 500 will ship in a Monster Box
- Consisting of 1 oz 9999 Fine Silver
- Obverse: Features the modern effigy of Queen Elizabeth II designed by Susanna Blunt, along with the year of issue and legal tender value set against micro-engraved radial lines
- Reverse: Features the depiction of a textured maple leaf, Canada's national emblem, along the metal weight and purity set against micro-engraved radial lines
This coin features industry-leading security features, including a micro-engraved maple leaf privy mark with the year of issue inscribed in it
Illustrated on the reverse side is a bold, vivid sugar maple leaf, Canada's national emblem and the ideal metaphor for the great north. The maple leaf is beautiful, resilient, omnipresent throughout the land, and has a diverse range of species. The depiction demonstrates the Royal Canadian Mint's unapparelled quality, as meticulous attention to detail is paid, from the leaves texturing to its unique shape, to its veins. Adorning the coin's field are light-refracting, micro-radial lines, with the privy mark, metal type and weight, and purity all included.
The obverse side features a modern effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the years "1952" and "2022" to the left of Her portrait, which corresponds to the Queen's years as the ruling monarch of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth. This will be the last version of these bullion coins featuring Queen Elizabeth II in the obverse, which is likely to become a popular item amongst collectors.
The 1 oz Canadian Maple leaf is one of the purest bullion products available at 999,9. Brand recognizability, design, and security detail ensure that this investment will provide a highly liquid market if you are able to part with it! Purchase your 1 oz 2023 Canadian Maple Leaf Silver Coin from our online store and receive the lowest price available!
ABOUT SILVER MAPLE LEAF COINS
Since its introduction in 1988, the iconic Royal Canadian Mint Silver Maple Leaf (SML) has been a highly sought-after bullion investment coin. The SML is minted with one troy ounce (31. 11 grams) of 99.99% fine silver and has a face value of $5. All 2023 SML bullion coins include enhanced security features: radial lines, a micro-engraved maple leaf and BULLION DNA™ Anti Counterfeiting Technology. They also include MINTSHIELD™ surface protection: the world’s first proven approach to reducing the occurrence of white spots and discolorations on silver bullion coins.
ABOUT THE ROYAL CANADIAN MINT
The Royal Canadian Mint is known as one of the most reputable mints in the world. The Ottawa Branch of the Royal Mint opened in 1908 and was renamed The Royal Canadian Mint in 1931 when control was transferred to the Canadian government. The Royal Canadian Mint is renowned for producing some of the highest quality and purity of gold and silver bullion coins and bars in the world. Their high standards for excellence and quality allowed them to be the first refinery to manufacture 9999 fine gold bullion coins in 1982, as well as the first to reach 99999 fine gold purity in 1999.
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|Walter Ott (Reverse), Susanna Blunt (Obverse)|