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The gold Maple Leaf coin is one of the most popular investment coins for physical gold investors. The coin is struck in 99.99% pure gold and comes in various weights. Gold Maple Leaf coins come from Canada and are traded as investment gold.

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Golden Maple Leaf coin

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin is one the most popular gold coins in the world. Its exceptional purity of 99.99% fine gold, distinctive security elements, and iconic design make it a favorite among both investors and coin enthusiasts. This coin is minted by the Royal Canadian Mint.
 
Gold Maple Leaf coins are a popular choice among investors buying physical gold because these coins are minted in the highest grade of gold. Maple Leaf coins are also well known worldwide and therefore very easy to trade. The value of these gold Maple Leaf coins is based on the gold price, which is also expressed in troy ounces, making the value known worldwide. The Maple Leaf is available in different sizes, from both previous years and the current year. The newly minted gold coins, so those of the current year, are always in new condition. Because a gold coin minted in 99.99% pure gold is quite fragile, the Maple Leaf may have small scratches on the coins. This has no adverse effect on the value of the gold coin.

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Buy Gold Maple Leaf

The gold Maple Leaf has been issued by the Royal Canadian Mint since 1979. These gold coins are minted in 99.99% pure gold and are next to the Krugerrand coins the most popular gold investment coins in the world.
 
Since 2013, the gold Maple Leaf coins have been provided with a small laser engraving on the coin, in order to prevent counterfeiting. The design of the Maple Leaf coins has since been improved with some regularity. The reverse of the coin also regularly features a image of Queen Elizabeth II. Since 2024, King Charles III has appeared on the reverse of the coin. 

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Weights and dimensions gold Maple Leaf

Golden Maple Leaf

To make investing in gold accessible to as many people as possible, gold Maple Leaf coins are available is various sizes. The rule when investing in physical bullion is: "the smaller the weight, the higher the cost of production." As a result, the difference between the purchase value and the gold price is higher with small gold coins. However, you are more flexible with small weights and this makes it possible for any budget to invest in physical gold. There is even the option of trading in 1-gram gold Maple Leaf coins for the greatest degree of flexibility.

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SizeDiameterThicknessWeightNominal valueProduction year
1/20 troy ounce14 mm0.92 mm1.555 gram1 CADFrom 1993
1/10 troy ounce16 mm1.13 mm3.110 gram5 CADFrom 1982
1/4 troy ounce20 mm1.78 mm7.776 gram10 CADFrom 1982
1/2 troy ounce25 mm2.23 mm15.552 gram20 CADFrom 1986
1 troy ounce30 mm2.87 mm31.103 gram50 CADFrom 1979

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25 x 1 gram gold Maple Leaf

A blister pack with 25x 1 gram gold Maple Leaf coins from The Royal Canadian Mint. The mint guarantees that each coin contains at least 99.99% gold. With this set you have a total of 25 grams of pure gold in your hands. Each gold coin has its own serial number and the packaging also contains a certificate of authenticity.

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Frequently asked questions about gold Maple Leaf coins

Since when has the gold Maple Leaf coin been issued?

The 1 troy ounce gold Maple Leaf has been issued by the Royal Canadian Mint since 1979, making it one of the gold investment coins that has been in circulation the longest.

 

Over the years, several fractional varieties have also been put into circulation. For example, the 1/2 troy ounce gold Maple Leaf began to be issued in 1986, the 1/4 troy ounce and 1/10 troy ounce were introduced in 1982. Finally, since 1993, the smallest 1/20 troy ounce gold Maple Leaf has also been put into circulation.  

How many different varieties of gold Maple Leaf coins are there?

The gold Maple Leaf coin is issued in six different weights, namely:

  • 1 troy ounce
  • 1/2 troy ounce
  • 1/4 troy ounce
  • 1/10 troy ounce
  • 1/20 troy ounce
    1 gram

 

In addition, the Royal Canadian Mint is also issuing a special blister pack of 25 x 1 gram gold Maple Leaf coins. Unique to these small gold Maple Leaf coins is that they come with certificate of authenticity. 

What security features are seen on a gold Maple Leaf coin?

On the gold Maple Leaf coins, two types of security features have been added by the Royal Canadian Mint. These features make the gold Maple Leaf more difficult to counterfeit while also making forgeries easier to spot.

 

The security features are:

  • Advanced micro-engraved security markings: Barely visible to the naked eye, these complex patterns are integrated directly into the coin's design.
  • Radial lines: These lines, with varying width and depth, not only add beauty to the coin, but also make it incredibly difficult to counterfeit.

Are gold Maple Leaf coins a good investment?

Gold is often seen as a safe haven and a way to protect wealth from inflation. That is why gold bars and gold coins are widely sold as investment objects around the world. The gold Maple Leaf is the world's first investment coin minted with a purity of 99.99% pure gold. The 1 troy ounce coin has since become one of the most recognized and sought-after gold coins in the world.

 

It is always important to consider for yourself whether Maple Leaf gold coins fit your personal investment goals and desires.

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