Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin

Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin (Any Year)

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1-9 $1,278.95 ea.
  • 10-19 $1,276.95 ea.
  • 20+ $1,274.95 ea.

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The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin is the official gold bullion coin of Canada and was first released by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1979. It was the second internationally recognized gold bullion coin, following the South African Gold Krugerrand. The gold used to produce these coins originates exclusively in Canadian mines. The more...

Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin (Any Year)

Volume Pricing

1-9 $1,278.95 ea.
  • 10-19 $1,276.95 ea.
  • 20+ $1,274.95 ea.

In stock

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin is the official gold bullion coin of Canada and was first released by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1979. It was the second internationally recognized gold bullion coin, following the South African Gold Krugerrand. The gold used to produce these coins originates exclusively in Canadian mines. The more...

2017 Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin

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1-9 $1,285.95 ea.
  • 10-19 $1,283.95 ea.
  • 20-49 $1,281.95 ea.
  • 50+ $1,279.95 ea.

In stock

In 1982, the Royal Canadian Mint elevated the gold purity standards of the precious metals industry by releasing the first-ever bullion coin comprised of one troy ounce of 99.99% pure gold. Containing no base metals, this coin also represented the first time a 24-karat gold bullion coin had been created by a government mint. It was called the Gold Maple more...

2017 Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coin

Volume Pricing

1-9 $1,285.95 ea.
  • 10-19 $1,283.95 ea.
  • 20-49 $1,281.95 ea.
  • 50+ $1,279.95 ea.

In stock

In 1982, the Royal Canadian Mint elevated the gold purity standards of the precious metals industry by releasing the first-ever bullion coin comprised of one troy ounce of 99.99% pure gold. Containing no base metals, this coin also represented the first time a 24-karat gold bullion coin had been created by a government mint. It was called the Gold Maple more...


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