1 oz Random Year Canadian Maple Leaf Platinum Coin | Royal Canadian Mint
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The Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf Coin is one of the purest regular-issue platinum coins in the world.
Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf coins are a timeless gift, a smart investment, and a mark of true national pride - own your piece of the True North today.
Production of these coins was stopped from 2003 to 2009. It was resumed due to increasing demand for platinum bullion among investors.
- Ships individually in protective packaging
- Consisting of 1 oz 9995 Fine Platinum
- Obverse: Features the modern effigy of Queen Elizabeth II along with the year of issue and legal tender value set against micro-engraved radial lines
- Reverse: Features a bold, vivid sugar maple leaf, Canada's national emblem along the metal weight and purity set against micro-engraved radial lines
Since its introduction by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1988 this annual series has featured a similar design.
The globally-familiar Canadian maple leaf emblem is showcased on the front face of this platinum bullion coin and the reverse features the most recent official portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
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.
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. Each issue maintains a similar, but not always identical, design on both the obverse and reverse.
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