Buy gold coin Maple Leaf
For decades, the Canadian Maple Leaf has held its own behind the Krugerrand as the second most popular gold coin in the world.
The gold coin as an expression of safety and security.
The maple is not only considered a special tree by the Canadians, whose national flag it adorns. In many cultures it stands for a feeling of safety and security, and in Greek mythology it symbolized strength and power. On the Maple Leaf gold coin, an impressively sculpted maple leaf dominates the observe which also features the words "Canada" as well as information as to its purity. The reverse displays a portrait of Elizabeth II as well as its face value. Canada is still a Commonwealth Realm, whose formal head of state is the Queen of England. Maple Leaf gold coins can be redeemed at banks around the world.
First minted in 1979, the bullion coin enjoyed a particular boom from the mid-1980s to the late 1990s - during the period when imports of the Krugerrand were banned due to sanctions against South Africa. The Royal Canadian Mint was the first coin manufacturer in the world to succeed in fine minting at 999/9/1000 from 1982 onwards. This was a technical masterpiece, since such "soft" gold is considerably more demanding to process. The excellent quality is also evident in the coin's strong golden lustre.
WHAT IS THE CASE FOR BUYING MAPLE LEAF GOLD COINS?
The Maple Leaf - the only gold coin with security feature
Since 2012, the Maple Leaf gold coin has come with a special security feature. Below the typical maple leaf, another small maple leaf is applied by laser engraving which also shows the last two digits of the year of issue. The engraving is barely visible to the naked eye. With this guarantee of authenticity," the Royal Canadian Mint presented itself as an innovative leader among mints, just as it did when it raised its quality standards.
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