Canadian Palladium Maple 1 oz Coin
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The Royal Canadian Mint has produced Canadian Palladium Maples since 2005, nearly two decades after minting its gold counterpart.
Each Palladium Maple has a legal tender value of $50.
With historically low mintages and an equally low price, the 1 oz Palladium Maple is an easy way to enhance your assets.
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Minted by the Royal Canadian Mint since 2005, the Palladium Maple Leaf series made its mark as the first palladium legal tender coin in Canadian history. The beauty and purity of each coin, regardless of size, make it an essential asset for any portfolio. Additionally, all Palladium Maples have their weight, purity and content assured by the Canadian Government. Each Palladium Maple has 1 ounce of .9995% pure palladium, arriving in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. All 1 ounce coins measure 33 mm in diameter, complete with reeded edges. The obverse design features her majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, while the reverse carries the iconic maple leaf imprint, a symbol that has been a source of Canadian pride for centuries. Individual coins will arrive in protective, plastic flips for your convenience, minimizing the potential for dents or scratches. With an outstanding reputation for quality, excellence and attention to detail that has stood the test of time, an investment in any Palladium Maple is a smart and secure purchase.
- Enhance your portfolio with the rare Canadian Palladium Maple
- 1 oz coins have a legal tender of $50
- Produced by the RCM since 2005
- Features iconic designs on both front and back
- Composed of .9995 pure palladium in Brilliant Uncirculated condition
- Individual coins arrive in protective, plastic sleeves
- Please note that mintage dates may vary based on stock availability
- Weight, purity and content are guaranteed by the Canadian Government
- IRA approved
History: The Canadian Palladium Maple was first produced in 2005, acting as the first piece of Canadian, palladium bullion with a legal tender value. The RCM has subsequently struck these coins in only four other mintages: 2006, 2007, 2009 and most recently in 2015. Considering it’s unique history, it is no surprise that the 1 oz Palladium Maple continues to be an essential and elusive collector’s item.
Like the bullion it produces, the Mint has a rich history that only lends to its remarkable reputation. While the first Canadian coins were originally struck in parts of England, the Royal Mint was officially founded in Ottawa in 1908, thanks to the patronage of a handful of British noblemen and women. As the Mint continued to grow, it became overworked and antiquated, but it was not until 1976 that RCM opened the Winnipeg branch. Although discussions for this second offshoot began in the early 1960s, the project was unable to move forward due to political tensions and disagreements. After the strain had settled, and the Winnipeg facility finally opened its doors, the Royal Canadian Mint swiftly began to rise in popularity, building the reputation of excellence it holds to this day. The RCM continues to be one of the most renowned and celebrated mints in the world, producing billions of coins every year for over sixty countries worldwide.
Design: Unlike its worldwide competitors, the Canadian Palladium Maple has carried a lasting and consistent design, with only a few minor changes over the years. All coins in the Maple Leaf family have similar, if not exact, inscriptions. The obverse features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, honoring its British affiliations. “Elizabeth II”, “50 Dollars” and the year are also engraved.
The reverse image features Canada’s national symbol, the maple leaf. The significance of this foliage has been traced back to early French Canadian settlers in the 19th century, who were enamored with the leaf, claiming it was the most majestic in the forest. The significance of the maple leaf has stood the test of time and continues to be a symbol of pride, unity and solidarity. The word “Canada” is inscribed, as well as the coin’s weight, purity and content. The skillful and detailed artistry of this design undoubtedly make it an instant classic that is desirable to both investors and collectors around the world.
Composition: Each 1 oz Palladium Maple Leaf is composed of 99.95% pure palladium in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. All Palladium Maples have their weight, purity and content assured by the Canadian Government.
Packaging Info: Each one ounce Palladium Maple Leaf will arrive in a protective, plastic sleeve for your convenience.
Why Buy Canadian Palladium Maples?
The Royal Canadian Mint has an established reputation you can rely on, with four decades of astonishing experience. The RCM is known to produce billions of coins per year, for themselves and a variety of other countries. They are easily one of the most trusted mints in the world. The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf is a universal symbol of reliability and authenticity. The Maple Leaf is a great way to diversify any portfolio as well as being a popular collector’s item, due to historically low mintages. Each coin is IRA approved and guaranteed by the Canadian Government, so you can be sure you are making a wise investment that will last a lifetime. We are here to help you make the investment choice that will best fit your needs, so please do not hesitate to reach out to our team at Hero Bullion.
Royal Canadian Mint
Canadian Maple Leaf
1 Troy Ounce
BU (Brilliant Uncirculated)
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