Canadian Gold Maple Leafs are considered to be one of the most beautiful Gold coins in the world. Since its release in 1979, the 1 oz Gold Maple Leaf has appealed to both investors and collectors alike for its beauty and purity.
- Contains 1 oz of .999 fine Gold.
- Coins will come in a protective plastic flip.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Obverse: Displays the right-facing profile of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and face value.
- Reverse: Features a large, single maple leaf with the weight and purity.
- Weight and purity guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint.
These Gold coins remain one of the most popular bullion coins to date, not only for their iconic single maple leaf design, but beauty and high purity as well. Add this 1980 1 oz Gold Canadian Maple Leaf to your cart today.
The history of 1980 Gold Canadian coins
The 1980 Maple Leaf Gold coins from the Royal Canadian Mint and feature a portrait of 39-year-old Queen Elizabeth II, one of three portraits of the Queen that appeared on Canadian coins until a new portrait was added in 2009. These 1 oz Gold coins feature a portrait that was designed by Arnold Machin in 1965, with the Queen wearing a flowing garment, and a tiara that was given to her by her grandmother, Queen Mary. Canadian coins featured the Machin portrait until 1989, a portrait that was also featured on British currency. The Canadian Maple Leaf was not produced until 1979, but Canadian currency featured an earlier portrait of Queen Elizabeth II that it shared with Great Britain, which was designed by sculptor Mary Gillick.
Why invest in 1980 Gold Canadian coins?
Add 1980 Canadian Maple Leafs Gold coins to your portfolio for a Precious Metal that can help balance your investments. These 1980 1 oz Gold coins for sale have a high .999 fine Gold purity, and the Precious Metal’s value often increases with economic downturns, the devaluation of the dollar and geopolitical turmoil, making it a valuable asset. Many investors in these Canadian coins consider Gold to be a safe haven for these reasons. Bullion, like the Canadian Maple Leaf, is just one of Gold’s many uses, which include industrial products, jewelry and medical devices, making Gold a substance that is always in high demand with a high value.
Supply and demand make 1980 Canadian Gold coins a valuable investment.
These Canadian Maple Leaf 1980 Gold coins from the Royal Canadian Mint are .999 fine Gold, a Precious Metal that many investors consider to be an attractive investment due to supply and demand. The Gold in these Maple Leaf coins is in high demand, yet the supply is limited since most modern Gold has come from the vaults of central banks since the 1990s, and it can take five to ten years to bring a new Gold mine into production. At the same time production may have been lagging, there has been an increase in demand for Gold coins and other Gold products from people around the world. Many Gold investors buy Canadian Maple Leafs because they believe the price of Gold will continue to increase due to demand from emerging markets like India and China where Gold is culturally important.
Protect your 1980 Gold coins with secure storage at Citadel.
You can store your Precious Metals at home, or take advantage of convenient, high-security storage with Citadel Global Depository Services Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of APMEX that provides maximum security at a reasonable price. These 1 oz Gold coins can be shipped for free from the APMEX vault to Citadel, and the cost is about the same as the management fees of a Precious Metals E.T.F., an investment fund traded on stock exchanges with a portfolio that can include mining and/or Precious Metals. Track your investment in Canadian coins with Citadel’s inventory web page, and have the security of knowing you actually own the Precious Metal in your portfolio. Canadian Maple Leaf coins and other Precious Metal bullion stored by Citadel are also protected against theft, damage and physical loss.