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1oz Gold Legal Tender Bar
$5 Gold Indian
1/4oz Gold Benjamin Franklin Commemorative
Gold Austrian Philharmonic
1/10oz (10x.10) Gold – Legal Tender Bar
Gold Austrian Philharmonic Coins
Gold Canadian Maple Leaf
2oz Silver MapleFlex Bar
1oz Silver Benjamin Franklin Commemorative
1/2oz Silver Round
1oz Silver Maple Leaf
10oz Silver Bar
1oz Silver Canadian Maple Leaf
1oz Silver Round
1oz Platinum Eagle
1oz Platinum Maple Leaf
1/2oz Platinum War of 1812
1oz Palladium bar
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The Gold Maple Leaf is quite literally the gold standard of all precious metals. Possibly the most recognized of all gold coins sold both in the United States and across the globe the Gold Maple Leaf shines above all other gold products.
The Gold Maple Leaf is minted in 99.99% purity by our friendly neighbors to the north, The Royal Canadian Mint (RCM). The RCM like to call its gold Maple Leaf the “international symbol of purity.” The coin has been in production since 1979 (it was minted with 0.999 fine gold for the first four years before increasing the gold content to 0.9999 fine in 1983).
Due to their high gold content they are some of the most sought after coins in the precious metals markets.
The front of the coin or “obverse,” of the Gold Maple Leaf features a bust of Queen Elizabeth II. Originally, the bust depicted the Queen as a younger woman and later the design was changed in 1990 to feature a more mature portrait. In both versions, “Elizabeth II” appears above the portrait; the coin’s face value and date of issue rest beneath the bust.
The back, or “reverse,” depicts a Maple Leaf, the national symbol of Canada from which the coin derives its name. The gold Maple Leaf’s reverse also lists the name of the country and the amount and purity of the gold – in both English and French, the national languages of Canada.
The Royal Canadian Mint, the nation’s official mint, was the first mint in the world to commercially produce 99.99% bullion gold coins. More recently, it also became the first mint to produce a 99.999% gold coin. The Ottawa branch of the Mint has been in operation since 1908. The main branch for production today is Winnipeg.
Government Guarantee – The government of Canada guarantees the purity, weight, and legal tender value of each gold Maple Leaf coin. For this reason, gold Maple Leafs have been internationally recognized since their introduction in 1979.
Potentially the most important attribute of the Gold Maple Leaf coins is their eligibility for purchase in a self-directed IRA. They can be used when converting funds from an IRA, old 401K, Traditional, Roth or even SEP and Simple IRA accounts. Many clients have added these coins to their portfolios both for physical delivery metals acquisitions and also to hedge their retirement portfolios against economic uncertainty.
1/2oz Gold Canadian Maple Leaf
1oz Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf
MS-62 1881 $5 Gold Liberty
1oz Gold Canadian Maple Leaf
1/10oz Gold The Hero of Two Nations Coin
1/4oz Gold Canadian Maple Leaf
1/10oz Gold Canadian Maple Leaf