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With the 1 ounce Maple Leaf gold coin you buy in a stable tangible asset in gold, which is not dependent on inflation and at the same time, in addition to the high material value, also has a corresponding collector's value. Originating from Canada, the coin is one of the most popular gold coins that investors buy for their portfolio. Of course, you can also sell your Maple Leaf gold ounces here in the store. We will gladly answer your inquiries and inform you as soon as possible about the current purchase price for your 1 ounce Maple Leaf gold coins. The 1 ounce Maple Leaf gold has a face value of 50 Canadian dollars, but the popular gold coin from Canada is a bullion coin whose value is far above the face value indicated on the coin. The price is based on the current gold rate and is VAT-free, as it is a bullion coin.
Special feature of the Maple Leaf 2023
In memory of Queen Elizabeth II, there are two dates on the value side of the Maple Leaf 2023. These mark the accession to the throne in 1952 and the end of Queen Elizabeth II's reign (2022).
Obverse and reverse of the 1 ounce Maple Leaf gold coin
The obverse features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, which has been minimally altered and adjusted within the last few years. Above the portrait is stamped ELIZABETH II and below that 50 DOLLARS and the year of minting. The reverse features a maple leaf, with 9999 to the right and left of each, CANADA above, and bilingualism in Canada presents itself on the Maple Leaf 1 ounce gold coins with English FINE GOLD, 1 OZ and French OR PUR at the bottom of the coin. The maple leaf, which means Maple Leaf in English, was at the same time also name-giving for the coins.
Details of the gold coin from Canada 1 ounce Maple Leaf
Since 1979, the Royal Canadian Mint issues the gold Maple Leaf. The Canadian Maple Leaf is thus the second oldest gold bullion coin in the world after the Krugerrand. During the first three years of production, the gold coin from Canada was minted with a fineness of 999/1000 gold. The fineness was increased to 999.9/1000 from 1982 and in 2007 the mint from Canada presented for the first time a special edition with a mintage of 30,848, which reached a fineness of 999.99/1000, the lapel of which was decorated with three maple leaves. Special editions of Maple Leaf gold coins were minted again with this fineness in 2008 and 2009. A special version was the edition of five coins with 100 kg, the face value of which is 1 million Canadian dollars and which had a material value of 2 million euros in 2008, one of these gold coins is owned by Queen Elizabeth II.
Tips for buying and selling gold coin Maple Leaf 2023
With the gold ounce Maple Leaf they secure for your portfolio a stable and inflation-independent value investment, which has in addition to the material value also a corresponding collector's value. We offer in addition to the 1 ounce Maple Leaf gold in our store also the silver coin Maple Leaf to 1 ounce.
If you want tosell us yourgold coins, simply place the corresponding items in the desired quantity via the sell button in the purchase basket and complete your sale. Afterwards you will receive a confirmation and all further information about shipping and payment.
The specified gold purchase price applies only to as-new items in tradable condition. Otherwise we will buy the items as scrap gold. This also applies to products that we do not have in our assortment. For more information: to buy gold.
If you want to buy several 1 ounce Maple Leaf gold coins, we can offer you a packaging unit of 10 pieces in practical tubes, so your bullion coins are optimally protected against dirt and scratches.
Advantages and disadvantages of Maple Leaf coins
|Royal Canadian Mint
|Country of origin:
|as new or mint
|1 oz (31.10 g)
|999,9 / 1.000
|50 Canadian dollars
|in transparent coin pouch
|10 each in plastic tube
|Storage in Frankfurt a. M. (D), Storage in Liechtenstein (LI), Storage in Zurich (CH), Storage in Halifax (CA)
Historical prices to 1 Ounce Gold Maple Leaf 2023