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Obverse

On the obverse of Canadian Maple Gold Coins, you will find, as with all Canadian circulated coins, the right-facing profile of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and face value. The first issues featured a young image of the Queen; however, this was updated in 1990 to a more mature image of her highness. 

Reverse

On the reverse side of the Canadian Maple Gold Coin is the maple leaf, the national symbol of Canada. This reverse side also bears the word Canada and the purity of the gold content. The Canadian Maple Gold Coin was actually the second gold coin to be issued by a government, after the South African Krugerrand.

1 oz Canadian Gold Maple coin

As gold bullion coins go, Canadian Maples are among the most desirable on the market. They are guaranteed by the Government of Canada and have been traded on the world markets since 1979. It is so desired because it contains no base metals at all only gold from mines in Canada. It is considered the purest gold bullion coin in the world. Since its release in 1979, the 1 oz Gold Maple Leaf has appealed to both investors and collectors alike for its beauty and purity.

from £1,056.86 (€1,236.52 $1,321.07)

Quantity Price per item
1 £1,066.86
2 - 5 £1,062.86
6 - 10 £1,060.86
11 - 50 £1,056.86
Product specifications
Weight 31.10 grams
Diameter 30mm
Purity 999,9
Thickness 2.87mm

**Coin sold will be of mixed years and all in good condition**

Obverse

On the obverse of Canadian Maple Gold Coins, you will find, as with all Canadian circulated coins, the right-facing profile of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and face value. The first issues featured a young image of the Queen; however, this was updated in 1990 to a more mature image of her highness. 

Reverse

On the reverse side of the Canadian Maple Gold Coin is the maple leaf, the national symbol of Canada. This reverse side also bears the word Canada and the purity of the gold content. The Canadian Maple Gold Coin was actually the second gold coin to be issued by a government, after the South African Krugerrand.