Canadian Maple Leaf Coins

Buying Canadian Maple Leaf Coins is an excellent way to add gold and silver bullion to your personal stash of precious metals, without breaking the bank. Here at MapleLeafCoin.net we understand you want to buy your silver and gold bullion coins as close to the price of spot silver, and spot gold, as possible. Enjoy our lively Canadian Maple Leaf Coin auctions, where you're able to bid on these beautiful bullion coins.

Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins:

The Silver Maple Leaf coin was first produced by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1988, and joined its other stunning beauties produced by the Mint; the gold, platinum, and palladium Maple Leaf Coins.

The silver Maple Leaf Coins is one of the purest silver bullion products produced in the world today at .9999 fine silver. While the Silver Canadian Maple Leaf coin has a face value of five Canadian dollars, you probably won't want to take it down to your local shop and spend it as dollars, even though it's legal tender. The silver Maple Leaf is one troy ounce of silver, which makes its metal value worth whatever spot silver is currently trading.

Canadian Maple Leaf silver bullion coins measure 38 mm in diameter, with a 2.87 mm thickness. The obverse side of the silver Maple Leaf features the image of Queen Elizabeth II. The Maple leaf, Canada's national symbol, is produced brilliantly on the reverse side of the coin.

Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins:

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin was first minted and released by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1979. The Gold Maple Leaf coin is a 24 karat gold coin with the highest reputation of impeccable quality throughout the world. The Royal Canadian Mint is adamant about creating these stunningly beautiful coins out of pure gold blanks of .9999 fine pure gold. This standard of quality makes the Gold Maple Leaf bullion coin a product by which other gold bullion coins are compared.

As with the other Maple Leaf Coins, the image of Great Britain's Queen Elizabeth the second is presented on the obverse side of the coin. Elizabeth II is spelled out in capital letters at the top of the image, and 50 Dollars along with the date issued is at the bottom.

The reverse side of the Gold Maple Leaf presents the image of the national symbol, and name for the coin - a Maple leaf.

Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf Coins:

Another well-known member of the Canadian Maple Leaf family of pure bullion coins is the Platinum Maple Leaf Coin.

Canada's national symbol is promptly displayed on the reverse side of each platinum Maple Leaf. As with other coins in this series, the obverse side carries the image of Queen Elizabeth II.

While the silver and gold Maple Leaf Coins contain .9999 pure metal, the platinum version of the Maple Leaf coin carries slightly under at .9995 fine platinum, which still makes it one of the purest platinum coins traded in the world. Like the Gold Maple Leaf, the platinum version carries a face value of 50 Canadian dollars.

Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf Coins:

A newer member of the Canadian Maple Leaf series is the Palladium Maple Leaf Coin, which was minted in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2009..

As with other coins in the family, the highest of standards are seen when producing this .9995 fine Palladium coin at the Royal Canadian Mint.

The Palladium Maple Leaf also carries a face value of 50 Canadian dollars.

It's almost a no-brainer when buying bullion coins to look at purchasing the Maple Leaf bullion coin. The quality of these coins created by the Royal Canadian Mint is second to none, and revered throughout the world.