|Weight||7.780 Grams / 0.250 Oz|
1/4 Ounce Maple Leaf Gold Coin.
The Canadian Maple Leaf gold coin is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint, and is one of the most popular gold bullion coins available world-wide. Each coin contains 99.99% fine investment grade gold bullion.
The front of the coin features an image of Queen Elizabeth II, with the coin's face value located beneath. The Canadian Maple Leaf coin has a face value of $10 CAD. The reverse of the coin features an image of a Canadian Maple Leaf, with the weight, fineness and serial number located below.
Coins come in a plastic slip or in a tube, depending on the quantity purchased.
The Canadian Maple Leaf coin is currently available in gold, silver, platinum and palladium, and is one of the most popular precious metals coins currently available. The Royal Canadian Mint also produce investment grade gold and silver bars for retail gold and silver investors, which are equally popular among individuals buying precious metals.
Buy the 1/4 Ounce Maple Leaf Gold Coin
Maple gold coins are considered one of the most beautiful gold coins on earth. The ¼ Ounce Maple Leaf Gold Coin provides investors with a great opportunity to invest in gold. The front of the coin is inscribed with the image of Queen Elizabeth II, while the Canadian Maple Leaf is engraved on the back. Each of the ¼ maple leaf gold coins are considered legal tender backed by the Canadian government.
The Features of the 1/4 Ounce Maple Leaf Gold Coins
The Canadian maple leaf gold coin series is popular among investors interested in buying gold at low a premium price. The coins a reflection of the rich Canadian history and features the maple leaf Canada’s national symbol since early 1700s. The maple leaf coins were first introduced by the Royal Canadian Mint in 1979.
From the time the maple leaf gold coin was minted, the coin has never undergone any major changes in design. The coin has maintained it simple yet elegant design that features a maple leaf on the back. Indications for purity and the word “Canada” is inscribed along the large leaf. The Canadian Mint guarantees the authenticity of the coin with a laser micro-engraving. The laser inscriptions are altered every year but the mark always bears the last two digits of the year the coin was produced.
The Royal Canadian Mint has been in operation since 1911 and is one of the most respected refineries for gold and silver coins. The mint also produces gold bars and other custom gold products. The coins and bars from The Canadian Mint have had a fineness level of .9999 since the mid-1960, but this record was broken in 1998 when the refinery produced gold coins with purity levels that reached “five nines.”
The maple leaf coin is also available in silver, platinum and palladium.