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1oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf - 999 (1979-82)
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As low as $38.00 per oz above spot
Pacific Precious Metals buy price $1,242.70
The Krugerrand was the most popular gold coin in the United States until anti-apartheid sentiment gained the upper hand in the late 1970s and the Canadian Maple Leaf was introduced in 1979. By the early 1980s the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf became the most popular coin in the United States until 1986 when the American Gold Eagle was introduced.
Canadian Gold Maple Leafs coins are some of the most beautiful gold coins worldwide and appeal to investors and collectors for their pure gold content. The Obverse of the coin shows right-facing profile of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and face value. The Reverse of the coin depicts a large, single maple leaf with the weight and purity.
Why is the 1oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf - 999 (1979-82) Popular and an Excellent Investment in Gold?
· Struck by the Royal Canadian Mint
· Contains 1 troy ounce of .999 fine gold
· Bears a face value of $50
· Backed by the Canadian Government
· IRA eligible gold coin
· 100% authentic
Country - Canada
Mint - Royal Canadian Mint
Purity - .999
Weight- 1 Troy Ounce
Legal Tender Value- 50 CAD
IRA Eligible- Yes
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