As low as $3.19 per coin over spot!
The 2016 Silver Maple Leaf coins feature a unique light diffracting pattern of radial lines, making the coins harder to duplicate and providing another measure of security. The reverse of the 2016 Silver Maple features the iconic Maple Leaf. The 2016 1 oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins are one of the most beautiful Silver coins in the world.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Silver.
- Multiples of 25 are packaged in mint tubes. All other coins will be in protective plastic flips.
- Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
- Obverse: Right-facing profile of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and face value.
- Reverse: A large, single maple leaf with the weight and purity. New micro-engraved maple leaf privy mark shows a “16” 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 your 2016 Silver Maple Leaf with this clear plastic capsule or display it in style by adding an attractive presentation box or jewelry bezel to your order.
These 2016 Silver Maples are the perfect blend of collectible beauty and investment appeal. Add this 2016 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf coin to your cart today!
The 2016 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf features a new form of security though the Royal Canadian Mint’s Bullion DNA program. The Bullion DNA program offers the highest security on the market for any bullion coin. Each bullion coin features a textured maple leaf security privy mark, micro-engraved with laser technology and is visible only under magnification. Etched within the maple leaf security mark are the two digits indicating the coin’s production year. Each micro-engraving is encoded, scanned and recorded at the mint for future authentication giving each coin their unique Bullion DNA.
Bullion DNA authenticates coins by scanning them with a Mint’s proprietary Bullion DNA reader verifying that the micro-engraved security mark is a match to the Royal Canadian Mint’s secure database. This process provides each Silver Maple Leaf coin with the highest security for any coin in the market place. The Royal Canadian Mint’s unique Bullion DNA program authenticates Silver Maple Leaf coins dated 2015 and later. APMEX is a recognized Bullion DNA dealer for trusted RCM products.
The history of Canadian Maple Leaf coins
The beautiful 2016 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf is part of the proud history of the Royal Canadian Mint. The Gold Canadian Maple Leaf was launched in 1979 as a three-year program and it was an immediate success. Silver coins with the Maple Leaf design were created in 1988 to follow up on the success of the Gold Maple Leaf. The mint has added other 1 oz Silver bullion coin series, but the maple leaf remains its most iconic design.
Why invest in 2016 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf coins?
The 2016 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf is a legal tender coin with a face value of $5 (CAD), though it is worth much more based on the Silver spot price. Canadian Maple Leaf bullion coins are a popular choice for diversifying your investments with Precious Metals to protect against fluctuations in stocks, bonds and properties. Silver coins are also a popular choice for investors who want to hold a currency with an intrinsic value to hedge against a collapse of paper currencies. A 1 oz Silver bullion coin is often easier to buy or sell, adding flexibility to your investment management.
The 2016 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf offers many safety features.
The 2016 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf coin, with its radial line background that identifies every coin, is a prime example of the security innovations that have made the Royal Canadian Mint a trusted source of high-quality Silver coins. Every 2016 Canadian Maple Leaf can be authenticated with a DNA bullion reader. Silver coins from the Royal Canadian Mint also feature patent-pending technology for colored coins, holograms and Silver refining processes. Buy Maple Leaf 1 oz Silver bullion coins and other bullion products knowing they come from one of the most sophisticated minting operations in the world with the latest technology.
The worth of Silver coins is, in part, based on the many uses of Silver.
A 2016 1 oz Silver Maple leaf gets much of its value from Silver’s many industrial uses, starting with its use in photography in 1727. The metal in Silver coins is reasonably abundant in the earth, but its extraordinary ability to conduct heat and electricity along with its antimicrobial properties create a rising demand, outstripping the supply nearly every year since 1990. A Canadian Maple Leaf is more pure than most jewelry, another major use of Silver, because Silver is soft and needs to be alloyed with another metal for daily use. A 1 oz Silver bullion coin represents humanity’s enduring appreciation of Silver, both for its beauty and its usefulness.