The honor and pride of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police are honored with this 2011 Gold Mountie coin. Both sides are surrounded by a 12 sided inset border. A low mintage of only 8,408 coins adds to the collectibility of this issue!
- Contains 1 oz of .99999 fine Gold.
- Individually housed in a card with an assay certificate.
- Lowest mintage of any Gold bullion Maple Leaf coin.
- Obverse: Susanna Blunt’s design of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, along with the $200 face value and the year 2015.
- Reverse: Features a Mountie on his horse in full gallop.
- Guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint.
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With the premium appreciation, high purity and ultra low mintage, it is no wonder why these coins are collected all over the world. The .99999 fine purity is the highest purity ever issued by a government owned mint.
The history of Gold Canadian coins
The Gold Canadian Mountie coin is a special edition of the Gold Canadian Maple Leaf, a Gold bullion coin introduced in 1979. The only other bullion 1 oz Gold coins available at that time was the Krugerrand, but it was not readily available due to apartheid-era boycotts. These Gold coins originally had a Gold content of .999 fine Gold, which was increased to .9999 fine Gold in 1982. Gold Canadian coins raised the bar even higher in May 2007, when the Royal Canadian Mint unveiled a Gold Maple Leaf coin with a face value of $1-milion and metal vale of more than $3.5-million, containing 100 kg of .99999 fine Gold.
Why invest in Gold Canadian Mountie coins?
These special issue1 oz Gold coins contain an impressive 1 oz of .99999 fine Gold, the highest purity ever issued by a government-owned mint. The Gold Canadian Mountie coin comes from an ultra low mintage of only 8,408 coins, the lowest mintage of any Gold bullion Maple Leaf coin. These Canadian coins are individually packaged in a card with assay certificate and are guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint. These highly collectible 2011 Gold coins feature the iconic image of a Canadian Mountie on his horse in full gallop.
Understand premium Gold price when purchasing 1 oz Gold coins.
When buying 1 oz Gold coins, you may see a number of different prices listed and wonder why you pay the price you do. Besides the premium price of Canadian coins and other Gold coins, you might see the Gold spot price and wonder why there is a discrepancy. For the Gold Canadian Mountie coin, and any Precious Metal coin, you pay a premium price, which includes fabrication, distribution and minor dealer fees. In the case of these 2011 Gold coins, the numismatic value is also a factor as this is a highly collectible coin with an ultra limited mintage of only 8,408 coins.
Consider secure storage for rare, limited-mintage coins like the Gold Canadian Mountie.
Some people only consider off-site storage for large bulky Gold bars, but one should also consider off-site, secure storage for coins as well . Low mintage coins like the Gold Canadian Mountie coin are good candidates for secure storage like the storage provided by Citadel Global Services, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of APMEX that provides maximum security. When you purchase Canadian coins or other Precious Metals products available at APMEX, they are shipped directly from the APMEX vault to Citadel at no additional cost to the buyer. These Precious Metals are then stored in a private facility managed by Brink’s, one of the world’s leading security companies.