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1oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf - 999 (1979-82)
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As low as $29.00 per oz above spot
Pacific Precious Metals buy price $1,148.30
THE 1 OZ CANADIAN GOLD COIN YOU RECEIVE WILL HAVE A DATE OF OUR CHOICE AND WILL RANGE BETWEEN 1979-1982
These Canadian maple leaf coins were made to a minimum fineness of until 1982 when the gold maple's purity was increased to a minimum of 9999. The obverse of the gold Canadian Maple Leaf Coin is a younger Queen Elizabeth II with the iconic shimmering Gold Maple Leaf on the reverse.
The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is the official bullion gold coin of Canada, and is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM). The brainchild of Walter Ott, it is one of the purest gold regular-issue coins in the world with a gold content of .9999 for years after 1982. More Canadian Gold Maple Leafs are sold every year worldwide than any other gold coin and the population of Gold Maple Leafs is only surpassed by the gold Krugerrand. Gold Maple Leafs are made from gold mined from mines located in Canada. The coin was introduced in 1979. At the time the only bullion coin was the Krugerrand, which was not widely available because of the economic boycott of apartheid-era South Africa. Coins minted between 1979 have a gold purity of at least .999 and over the years our x-ray fluorescence testing of them has never shown any other metal other than gold present in the coins. The Canadian Mint has some of the best quality standards in the world.
In 1980-1982, both 999 pure coins and 9999 pure gold coins were minted and beginning in 1983 the RCM switched to exclusively minting 9999 gold coins. The Gold Maple Leaf is legal tender with a face value is $50 CAD (Canadian Dollars). The market value of the metal varies, depending on the spot price of gold as traded on both the NYMEX and other international commodity exchanges. Having a .9999 millesimal fineness (24 carats), in some cases .99999, the coin is among the purest official bullion coins on the planet. The millesimal fineness scale typically refers to the minimum guaranteed purity on a fraction of 1. i.e. a purity of .9999 would mean its minimum purity is .9999/1. The standard version has a weight of 1 troy ounce (31.103 grams). Other sizes and denominations include 1 gram ($0.50), 1/20 oz. ($1), 1/10 oz. ($5), 1/4 oz. ($10), and 1/2 oz. ($20).
The purity and reputation of the 1 oz Canadian Gold Coin has made it the second most popular gold coin the United States and by far the most popular coin in Canada and many other Asian countries which seem to be biased to pure gold coins. The Gold Maple Leaf's obverse and reverse display the profile of Elizabeth II and the Canadian Maple Leaf respectively. In 2014 a new micro engraved laser Maple Leaf with at 14 within it was introduced to reduce the risk of counterfeiting. In 2015, an additional security feature was introduced: radial lines emanating from the center of the gold coin that gives the reflecting light a unique and beautiful look. On 3 May 2007, the Royal Canadian Mint unveiled a Gold Maple Leaf coin with a nominal face value of $1 million and a metal value of over $2 million at the then current spot gold price. It measures 19.68" in diameter by 1.18" thick and has a mass of 221 lbs (100 kg), with a purity of 99.999%. The artist is Stanley Witten. The 1 oz Canadian Gold Coin is IRA eligible. For those investors looking for a highly recognizable gold coin, beautifully designed, with the quality that the Royal Canadian Mint is renowned for, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is a excellent investment.
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