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    2020 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

    Any quantity available for $79.99 per coin over spot!

    Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins are one of the longest-running gold bullion series in the world today. Introduced in 1979, this series has become an icon with its continued use of the sugar maple leaf design on the reverse and...... Read More

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    2020 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

    As low as $41.99 per coin over spot!

    Canadian Gold Maple Leaf 1/10 oz coins represented one of the two weights added to the broader series of gold for sale in 1982. The Royal Canadian Mint offered the coins in only a 1 oz weight from 1979 to November 1982. At this point, the first two fractional-weight coins were added. 2020 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins are no... Read More

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    2020 25 Gram Canadian Gold MapleGram (25x1g, BU w/ Assay)

    One of the more distinctive options available to investors each year is the Canadian Gold MapleGram. This 25 Gram Canadian Gold Maple Leaf product packages 25 individual coins together in a massive blisterpack that can be divided as you need...... Read More

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    1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin .9999 Pure (Random Year, Varied Condition)

    As low as $74.99 per oz over spot!

    This outstanding gold coin produced by the revered Royal Canadian Mint makes an exceptional investment. Each 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is created with .9999 pure gold; one of the purest gold coins you can buy today. JM Bullion...... Read More

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    1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf (.999 Pure, 1979-1982 Dates)

    As low as $74.99 per oz over spot!

    The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is one of the most important coins struck in the modern history of coinage. The Royal Canadian Mint introduced these coins for the first time in an era when the Krugerrand from South Africa was losing its sway because of political ... Read More

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    1/20 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf (Random Year, BU)

    Any quantity available for $17.99 per coin over spot!

    The Gold Canadian Maple Leaf is one of the most popular coin programs in the world today. Offered every year with the same obverse and reverse designs, the Gold Maple Leaf is available in bullion and proof versions across multiple different weights. Right now,... Read More

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    2020 1/20 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

    As low as $35.99 per coin over spot!

    The smallest coin available in the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Series is the 1/20 oz coin. Released in 1993, the 1/20 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is one of the more recent additions to the series having joined the collection in 1993. It has been offered every year since that time and is an affordable gold option for any investor. Right ... Read More

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    1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf (Random Year, BU)

    As low as $25.99 per coin over spot!

    The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is Canada’s official gold bullion specimen. A legal tender coin with face value in Canadian Dollars, the Government of Canada backs the purity and face value of each coin released by the Royal Canadian Mint....... Read More

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    1/4 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf (Random Year, BU)

    As low as $34.99 per coin over spot!

    Investors looking to buy gold can turn to the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf as a strong gold bullion product to add to their portfolio. Gold Maple Leaf coins are available in a variety of sizes, which means there is an affordable option available just about any inv... Read More

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    2020 1/4 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

    As low as $44.99 per coin over spot!

    When Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins were introduced, the Royal Canadian Mint only produced the coins in 1 oz of .999 pure gold. The first additions to the series came in November 1982 when the 1/4 oz and 1/10 oz coins were added and the purity was boosted to .9999 pure gold. Today, 2020 1/4 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins are avail... Read More

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    1/2 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf (Random Year, BU)

    As low as $39.99 per coin over spot!

    The first gold bullion coin to challenge the dominance of the South African Krugerrand was the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf. Originally introduced in 1979 in just a one-ounce variant, the 1/2 oz version of the coin was introduced during a second round of expansion... Read More

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    2020 1/2 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

    As low as $59.99 per coin over spot!

    Canadian Gold Maple Leafs represent some of the purest gold bullion coins available today. Introduced in 1979, this program is surpassed in age by only the South African Krugerrand and has one of the most robust offerings for investors in terms of available weights. Right now, 2020 1/2 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins are available ... Read More

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    1 oz Gold Maple Leaf (Random Year, Abrasions)

    As low as $14.99 per oz over spot!

    The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is perhaps the most prominent gold bullion coin for sale today. The second-ever gold bullion coin behind the Gold Krugerrand, the Gold Maple Leaf is coveted by investors around the globe for its government-backed purity and weight. It features beautiful designs and .9999 pure gold content in all but 4 rel... Read More

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    1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin .99999 Pure (Random Year, BU, w/ Assay)

    The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin is the most popular product from the Royal Canadian Mint. Known as one of the purest gold coins in the world, the RCM occasionally issues the Gold Maple Leaf in a stunning .99999 pure gold format. The 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin is available to you for purchase online from JM Bullion. Coin Highlights: Coins ship to you insid... Read More

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    2020 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin (MintID)

    As low as $104.99 per coin over spot!

    Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins from the Royal Canadian Mint are available on an annual basis. The mint produces the modern versions of the Gold Maple Leaf with radial lines in the background field and maple leaf privy marks for security. You can now get even more security with your investment in 2020 Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins courtesy of MintI... Read More

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    2019 1 oz Canadian Gold Incuse Maple Leaf Coin (BU)

    As low as $149.99 per coin over spot!

    Only the South African Gold Krugerrand has been around longer than the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin. Introduced in 1979, the Gold Maple Leaf predates the American Gold Eagle, Chinese Gold Panda, and countless gold bullion coins from nations such as Australia ... Read More

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    Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins for Investment

    One of the most prominent gold coins for sale today is the Royal Canadian Mint’s gold bullion coin in the Canadian Maple Leaf Series. Like the American Eagles from the United States Mint, these coins represent the official bullion coinage of Canada. The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is significant within the precious metals market for its historic debut and its use of 24-karat gold. If you’re unfamiliar with the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf, it’s time to learn a little bit more about this beautiful coinage.

    History of the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins

    The Royal Canadian Mint introduced the Gold Maple Leaf at a point in time when coin investors had only one choice: the South African Gold Krugerrand. The latter coin was introduced by the South African Mint in 1967 as the first-ever gold bullion coin for private investors. A Bull Market for gold in the 1970s inspired more sovereign mints to consider introducing their own gold bullion coin series. The Royal Canadian Mint was the first to act on this, but it wasn’t just the Bull Market for gold that inspired this decision.

    South Africa’s apartheid system had resulted in economic sanctions placed on the nation by Western powers. As a result, South African Gold Krugerrands were no longer readily available throughout North America and Europe. The Royal Canadian Mint took advantage and introduced just the second-ever gold bullion coin aimed at private investors.

    Brief Background on the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins

    The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf was first issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1979. The coins were more than just the second gold bullion coins introduced for private investment, but also became the first-ever .9999 pure gold (24-karat) coins in the world when the mint increased gold purity in the coins in November 1982. Even to this day, few other gold bullion coins are available with 24-karat gold content.

    Gold Maple Leaf coins featured .999 pure gold content when introduced in 1979 and would maintain that standard through late 1982. By November 1982, the Royal Canadian Mint was ready to increase the gold content to .9999 purity. From that point forward, the coins have maintained the same level of purity. On occasion, the Royal Canadian Mint has issued the Gold Maple Leaf with .99999 pure gold content, though these issues were strictly limited to special editions and never used on the standard gold bullion coins issued annually.

    Design of the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins

    The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins feature the same obverse and reverse design concepts every year. While minor elements are changed, such as the addition of security features, most of the design features remain constant. The only changes to the design are updates to the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II which appears on the obverse side of the coins. Since 1979, Her Majesty’s effigy has been updated constantly.

    From 1979 to 1989, the coins featured the second-generation image of Queen Elizabeth II used on Canadian coinage. This effigy of Her Majesty captured the Queen at a young age and featured a modest depiction of Elizabeth II wearing a crown. Her name was engraved around the rim as “Elizabeth II” and accompanied by a shortened “D.G. Regina.” Original coins bore the engraving “Dei Gratia Regina” instead.

    Gold Maple Leaf coins available from 1990 to 2004 featured the first-ever design from a Canadian artist. This image features the Queen at the age of 64 wearing the royal diadem on her head instead of other crowns. Gold Maple Leafs available since 2005 have featured the 2003 design of Her Majesty created by Susanna Blunt. The second-ever Canadian artist to develop the Queen’s bust for Canadian coinage, Blunt’s became the first since that of Elizabeth II’s father George VI to depict a monarch without a crown. Today’s Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins use only engravings of “Elizabeth II” along with the coin’s face value and year of issue.

    The reverse side of Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins bears the sugar maple leaf. The official emblem of Canada, the sugar maple leaf has been used to symbolize the nation and its people since the mid-18th century, meaning it predates nationhood. The maple leaf was created in 1979 by Walter Ott and is surrounded by engravings of “Canada,” “9999,” “Fine Gold” and “Or Pur,” as well as the respective weight of the coin.

    Availability of Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coinage

    When the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin made its debut in 1982, the Royal Canadian Mint offered the coins only in a 1 Troy oz weight. Over the course of time, the mint has expanded the options for those investors buying gold. When the Gold Maple Leaf’s purity was increased to .9999 purity in November 1982, the Royal Canadian Mint introduced a ¼ oz and 1/10 oz coin. The ½ oz Gold Maple Leaf was added to the series in 1986. In 1994, the Royal Canadian Mint issued a 1/15 oz coin to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the series, and the coin was only available in that year. It is the only weight to ever be removed from the series after introduction.

    The 1993 issue of the Gold Maple Leafs included a 1/20 oz coin and more recently, the Royal Canadian Mint introduced a regularly issued 1 Gram Gold Maple Leaf as well. To this date, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins remain available in 1 oz, ½ oz, ¼ oz, 1/10 oz, 1/20 oz, and 1 Gram. Each of these coins has a face value in Canadian dollars (CAD):

    • 1 oz: $50
    • ½ oz: $20
    • ¼ oz: $10
    • 1/10 oz: $5
    • 1/20 oz: $1
    • 1 Gram: $.50

    As with other gold bullion programs, the Gold Maple Leaf coins are struck to meet demand each year rather than setting strict mintage figures. The 1 oz coins debuted with a mintage of 1 million coins in 1979 and surpassed that with 1.215 million coins in 1980. Since that time, the highest reported mintage figures (all weights together) include the following years:

    • 1985: 1.747 million
    • 2011: 1.107 million
    • 1984: 1.098 million
    • 1986: 1.093 million
    • 2013: 1.05 million
    • 2010: 1.036 million

    Standing in stark contrast to these mintage figures are the years in which the Gold Maple Leaf coins experienced very low demand. Among the lowest reported mintage figures for the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf bullion coins, again all weights take together, include:

    • 2000: 86,375
    • 2001: 138,878
    • 1996: 143,682
    • 1994: 180,357
    • 2003: 194,631

    Security Features of the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins

    In the 2010s, the Royal Canadian Mint introduced two different security features to the coveted Gold Maple Leaf bullion coins to deter counterfeiters and secure the value of Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins. In 2013, the mint added a laser-micro-engraved maple leaf to the reverse field of the coins. This textured maple leaf had a numeral in the center denoting the year of issue and it was only visible under magnification. In 2015, radial lines were added to both the obverse and reverse sides of the coin to further enhance the security of the coins.

    MintID Canadian Gold Maple Leafs

    In 2020, a distinctive option for those buying Gold Maple Leafs emerged courtesy of MintID. These 2020 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins were not specially struck by the Royal Canadian Mint, but rather are securely packaged by MintID. MintID has developed a secure, cloud-based authentication process for its own bullion products and unique blisterpack capsules for some of the world’s leading gold bullion coins, including the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf.

    The 2020 Canadian Gold Maple Leaf in MintID packaging comes with a capsule and a secure blistercard. The blistercard features the encrypted microchip developed by MintID to create a secure form of authenticity in the cloud. The NFC microchip in the blistercard is encrypted with 128-bit technology and scannable using the MintID app on smartphones. This instantly links you to the cloud-based certificate for that individual 2020 Gold Maple Leaf.

    Canadian Gold MapleGrams

    Another exciting option for investors is the Canadian Gold MapleGram. The Canadian MapleGram is a unique form of Gold Maple Leaf coinage. This particular product lineup comes with a total weight of 25 Grams, but that weight is spread across 25 individual 1 Gram gold coins. Each one of the coins has the traditional Canadian Gold Maple Leaf designs, that of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and the iconic sugar maple leaf on the reverse.

    The 25 separate 1 Gram Coins are all packaged together in a large blistecard with five rows of five connected coins. Each coin is sealed inside of its own blistercard capsule with individual authentication information on the blistercard. The coins are housed together inside of a single shipping sleeve and can be separated as the owner sees fit. You can separate each coin down to its individual 1 Gram gold coin packaging, or keep them in five separate rows of five coins. No matter how you break down the MapleGram, each coin remains individually sealed.

    Other Canadian Gold Maple Leafs

    One of the more unique alternative options in the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf range is the .99999 pure gold version of the coin. Starting in 2005, the Royal Canadian Mint released small batches of .99999 pure gold Canadian Maple Leafs. These coins are designed and released for commemorative purposes and are not meant to replace the standard .9999 Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins issued annually.

    The obverse of these .99999 Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins features a bust of Queen Elizabeth II. With the coins issued as of 2005, the only design currently available on the coins is the 2003 portrait from Susanna Blunt with the Queen in right-profile relief without a crown on her head. Various options have emerged in this small range since 2005, with most coins offering a 1 oz .99999 pure gold coin. The first issue in 2005 offered a $50 (CAD) face value. Most of the subsequent 1 oz coins have had a $200 (CAD) face value at the 1 oz weight, with two distinctive options.

    In 2007, the Royal Canadian Mint issued just six total .99999 Canadian Gold Maple Leafs with a $1 million (CAD) face value and an astonishing 100 Kilogram weight. Notably, one of these coins was stolen from the Bode Museum in Berlin, Germany, on March 27, 2017. Never recovered, the coin is believed to have been melted down. The other unique option was the 2012 .99999 Canadian Gold Maple Leaf in a 5 oz weight with a $500 (CAD) face value. These coins often feature what is known as the Forever Maple Leaf design, a design that depicts three maple leaves attached to a common stem. This design was created by Stanley Witten.

    Buy Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coinage from JM Bullion

    If you want to buy gold, there are few choices better than the Royal Canadian Mint’s Canadian Gold Maple Leaf. Please don’t hesitate to contact JM Bullion with your questions about these coins. You can call us at 800-276-6508, chat with us live online, or simply send us an email.