2023 1 oz Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf Coin

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Platinum is 30 times more rare than gold and the 2023 1 oz Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf Coin gives it the respect that it deserves. This coin is struck in bullion grade .9995 pure platinum. One only has to see this coin to know why it is one of the longest-running platinum coins available to investors and collectors. 


Key features:

  • Made with 1 troy oz of .9995 pure platinum 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’ ‘9995’ ‘Fine platinum’ ‘1 oz Platine Pur’
  • Micro-laser engraved features.
  • IRA Approved 


The obverse of this coin features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Keeping with the tradition of showing the queen at different times in her life, this coin shows her at age 79. She is shown facing right in a simple dress with a pearl necklace and pearl earrings. Without her crown, she looks a little more casual but still looks regal. On her right shoulder is ‘SB’, the artist Sussana Blunt’s initials. Above the queen is engraved ‘Elizabeth II’. Below her is written ‘50 Dollars 2023’.


The reverse side of the coin is a sugar maple leaf, an icon of Canada which is seen nearly everywhere. This design by Walter Ott is a highly detailed design. The maple leaf is used by Canada in its flag, by their military, and even in their money. This leaf figures heavily into Canada’s history as it was used by aboriginals as a source of food and later used by European settlers as a source of sugar. At the top of the coin is ‘Canada’. To the right and left of the leaf is ‘.9995’ referring to the purity of the platinum. At the bottom are engraved ‘Fine Platinum’ and ‘1 Oz Platine Pur’. Also near the bottom of the coin is a small maple leaf which when looked at under a microscope reveals a ‘23’. 


Purchased individually, each Canadian Maple Leaf will arrive in standard, protective flips for your convenience. Bulk options include tubes of 10 coins or Monster Boxes of 500 coins each, for a grand total of 50 tubes. 


Founded in 1908, the Royal Canadian Mint is widely regarded as one of the best mints in the world. They have proven to be reliable and have a reputation for creating quality products. The Maple Leaf coins make a great way to add to your collection or portfolio. They are IRA approved and guaranteed by the Canadian government. 


The 2023 1 oz Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf Coin is the perfect choice for adding platinum to your collection and looks amazing in .9995 pure platinum. Upgrade your collection now with this gorgeous coin. Get yours today. 




Royal Canadian Mint

Precious Metal



Canadian Maple Leaf

Metal Content

1 Troy Ounce


.9995 Fine


$50 CAD


BU (Brilliant Uncirculated)


Susanna Blunt, Walter Ott


30 mm


2.62 mm



IRA Eligible


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