Maple Leafs have an iconic design and a high Palladium content, making them excellent additions to any investment portfolio. The 2015 Palladium Maple Leafs feature a light diffracting pattern of radial lines, providing another measure of security.
- Contains 1 oz of .9995 fine Palladium.
- Multiples of 10 are sealed in plastic sheets. All other coins will be in protective plastic flips.
- Obverse: Shows the Ian Rank-Broadley profile of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and $50 face value.
- Reverse: A large, single maple leaf with the weight and purity. New micro-engraved maple leaf privy mark shows a “15” when viewed under magnification.
- Radial line background was precisely machined by the Royal Canadian Mint to create a unique light diffracting pattern, providing another measure of security.
- Sovereign coin backed by the Canadian government.
Protect and display your Palladium Maple Leaf by adding a protective capsule 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!
The history of 1 oz Palladium coins
These 1 oz Maple Leaf Palladium coins are made from an extremely rare Precious Metal that is used by many countries around the world to produce investment-grade coins. The first Palladium bullion was issued by Sierra Leone in 1966, followed by Tonga in 1967, but the most Palladium coins were issued by the former Soviet Union. Other Palladium coins have been produced by countries that include Australia, China, France, Portugal and the United States, which passed a law authorizing the production of 1 oz Palladium coins in December 2010. Canadian Maple Leaf Palladium coins were minted from 2005-2007, for a single year in 2009, and production resumed again in 2015.
Why invest in 1 oz Palladium coins?
Choose Maple Leaf 1 oz Palladium coins for your investment portfolio, and enjoy the benefits of owning an extremely rare Precious Metal with a variety of industrial and decorative applications. This Palladium bullion is made from a Precious Metal that maintains its brilliant color for life, and is used with Gold for a white Gold alloy, a key component of jewelry. The Palladium in Palladium coins is also used by the automotive industry to create catalytic converters, which reduces the amount of carbon monoxide emitted from automobiles, a use that accounts for more than 50% of the Palladium supply. Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf coins can be a valuable investment as people in emerging markets purchase more luxury goods that contain Palladium, such as jewelry, and electronics like cell phones and laptops.
The Value of Maple Leaf 1 oz Palladium coins can soar due to local and international politics.
Many people choose 1 oz Palladium coins for their investment portfolio because Palladium is an extremely rare Precious Metal that is an important component for the automotive industry, consumer electronics and jewelry. When purchasing Palladium bullion like Canadian Maple Leaf coins, you should also consider the current price of Palladium, and the historical prices on our Palladium price chart. The value of Palladium coins is impacted by more than demand. Supply is also an important factor because most of the world's supply of Palladium comes from Russia and South Africa. The value of Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf coins can rise due to local and international politics, so it is important to track developments as you diversify investment portfolio.
Store Maple Leaf 1 oz Palladium coins at a secure storage facility like Citadel.
Protect your Maple Leaf 1 oz Palladium coins and other Precious Metal products at home, or take advantage of off-site storage with Citadel Global Depository Services Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of APMEX that provides convenient, high-security storage for a very reasonable cost. Your Palladium bullion can be shipped for free from the APMEX vault to Citadel, which protects your Precious Metals against theft, damage and physical loss. This storage is available for Palladium coins like Canadian Maple Leaf coins, and any Precious Metals products you buy at APMEX. Citadel can store your Canadian Maple Leaf coins for a small storage fee and you can take possession of the items anytime you want.