The 2001 Canadian ¼ oz Gold Maple Hologram Coin takes one of the most gorgeous designs in the world of coin and kicks it up to epic. This Gold Maple coin has a hologram design that really ramps up the awesome on this ¼ oz .9999 fine gold coin.
- Made of ¼ oz of .9999 fine gold
- Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint
- The obverse side of the coin has the image of Queen Elizabeth II
- On the reverse side of the coin is a maple leaf and a hologram
The obverse side of the coin has the image of Queen Elizabeth II as designed by Dora de Pedery-Hunt. She is shown here at age 64 wearing a crown. This design ran on the Canadian Maple Leaf coins from 1990-2002. Above her head is ‘ELIZABETH II’. At the bottom of the coin is ‘10 DOLLARS 2001’.
On the reverse side of this coin deviates from the Walter Ott classic design of the Canadian maple leaf and has three leaves still on the tree. At the top of the coin is ‘CANADA’. To the right and left of the image is ‘9999’. At the bottom of the coin is ‘FINE GOLD ¼ Oz OR PUR’. This side is then embellished with a hologram that makes the image really pop and looks awesome.
With these coins having a composition of .9999 gold, these coins are a good source of gold. Investors love to add gold to their portfolios as a hedge against inflation. Gold has been desirable for thousands of years as something that is beautiful and looks great as jewelry or as accent pieces in art. Gold also is used in modern-day manufacturing so from a practical standpoint the world needs gold. Some believe that gold would make great currency if the financial system were to experience a crisis. Gold could be traded as it was hundreds of years ago as currency.
This 2001 Canadian ¼ oz Gold Maple Hologram Coin is a very unique coin that would look great in your collection. Get yours today.
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