Canada 1 oz Palladium Maple Leaf BU (Random Year)
As low as $14.99 per coin over spot!
With a low premium and attractive design, the Palladium Maple Leaf is an efficient and aesthetically pleasing way to invest in Palladium coins and bullion. These coins also have mintages of less than 70,000 pieces for each year minted.
- Contains 1 oz of .9995 fine Palladium.
- Multiples of 10 are typically packaged in mint sealed sheets. All other coins will be in protective plastic flips.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Obverse: Shows the Ian Rank-Broadley profile of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and $50 face value.
- Reverse: Displays a large, single maple leaf with the weight and purity.
- Sovereign coin backed by the Canadian government.
Protect your Palladium Maple Leaf in style by adding an attractive display box to your order.
The Palladium Maple Leaf offers the perfect blend of collectible beauty and investment appeal. Add this popular Canadian Palladium bullion coin to your cart today!
Dates on these random year coins will be of our choosing, determined by stock on hand.
The history of the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf
The first Palladium coins were issued by Sierra Leone in 1966 and Tonga in 1967, followed by other countries that released, for the most part, commemorative Palladium coins. The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coin was introduced in 2005, with a face value of $50. These .9995 fine Palladium Canadian coins, backed by the Canadian government, were produced in limited quantities between 2005 and 2010, returning in 2015. The 1oz Palladium Maple Leaf displays the Ian Rank-Broadley profile of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse and the reverse features a large, single maple leaf.
Why invest in the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf?
Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coins, and other Canadian coins, are prized due to the Royal Canadian Mint’s worldwide reputation for quality and innovation. These attractive and iconic Palladium coins allow investors to hold valuable Precious Metals at a lower price point than Gold or Platinum coins. Investors seek out Canadian coins from the Royal Canadian Mint, and world coins from other sovereign mints, when they want a Precious Metal that also has an enforceable legal tender face value, thought to be easier to trade. The .9995 fine 1 oz Palladium Maple Leaf is also eligible for a Precious Metals IRA.
Buy Palladium bars, rounds and coins based on your investment goals.
Whether you buy Palladium coins, rounds or bars is determined by your investment goals. Palladium bars and rounds are often the go-to for investments because the Palladium bullion often has the lowest premium over the spot price of Palladium. Often, Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coins and other world coins are chosen because some investors like holding physical Precious Metals that are also filled with aesthetic or historical value. While these Canadian coins have raw Palladium value, these coins are also beautifully designed, possess numismatic collector value and are backed by the Canadian government, with an enforceable face value. These characteristics make 1 oz Palladium Maple Leaf coins a beautiful investment.
Buy Palladium coins and bars to preserve wealth.
Some may say buying Palladium coins and other physical Precious Metals is 100% safe but no investment is without risk. Holding Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coins and other Precious Metals are often seen as a good way to round out investment portfolios to save for retirement and preserve wealth. The price of Palladium, like the 1oz Palladium Maple Leaf, often holds even as other investments, like stocks and bonds, are faltering. The price of Precious Metals, like these Canadian coins and other Palladium, Gold, Silver and Platinum world coins, also often hold their value during economic downturn; and Palladium prices can often maintain stability during inflationary times.