One of the most popular gold coins in the world is back again. Collectors all over the world have been looking forward to the 2023 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin. Struck in .9999 fine gold, it is truly gorgeous as always. Investors and collectors alike love these coins.
- Made with 1 troy oz of .9999 pure gold BU grade
- Face value of $50 Canadian dollars back by the Canadian government.
- Obverse side has portrait of Queen Elizabeth engraved with ‘Elizabeth II’ ‘50 dollars’ ‘2023’
- Reverse side has a large maple leaf engraved with ‘Canada’ ‘9999’ ‘Fine gold’ ‘1 oz OR Pur’
- Micro-laser engraved features.
The obverse of the coin has a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Over the years the portrait of the queen has shown her at different times in her life. This portrait features her at age 79. The artwork is by Canadian artist Susanna Blunt. The queen is shown here facing right, which is traditional in this series, and wearing a pearl necklace and pearl earrings. Showing the queen without her crown gives her a more casual appearance as if she is waiting to entertain guests for tea. The pearls and her confident look, still give her a regal air. On her right shoulder, we see Blunt’s initials, ‘SB’. Above the queen is written ‘Elizabeth II’. Below her portrait is ‘50 Dollars 2023’.
The coin’s reverse features the sugar maple leaf design by Royal Canadian Mint master engraver Walter Ott. Ott’s design is very intricate and is a very realistic portrayal of the leaf. The sugar maple leaf is iconic in Canada as a national symbol. It adorns their flag and is used by their military. The sugar maple trees were used by the Canadian aboriginal people as an important food source. The European settlers used trees as a convenient way to produce sugar. It makes sense to feature this symbol on these coins. Above the leaf is written ‘Canada’. To the right and left of the leaf is ‘9999’ referring to the purity of the gold, .9999. At the bottom of the coin are ‘Fine Gold’ and ‘1 oz OR Pur’. Included on this coin is a micro-lasered maple leaf as an anti-counterfeiting measure. When viewed under a microscope, it shows a ‘22’.
There is no question that the Royal Canadian Mint makes great coins. One only has to look at the beautiful luster and intricate design of the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf and they can see what this mint is capable of producing. The mint started in 1908 and immediately started minting coins for the Canadian government. In 1911 they opened their own refinery. This refinery got better and better over the years and by 1969 they were making .9999 fine gold bars. In 1982 they became the first refinery to produce a .9999 bullion coin. In 2007 the Canadian Royal Mint produced the largest coin in the world, a 100kg bullion gold coin which was 99.999% fine gold and worth $1 million.
Now is the time to get the 2023 1 oz Canadian Royal Mint Gold Maple Leaf coin. You know your collection needs this coin. Get yours today.
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