Purchasing Silver Coins from the Royal Canadian Mint
The Royal Canadian Mint
produces some of the most sought-after Silver coins in the world. These popular Silver coins, including the Silver Maple Leaf, are loved for their Precious Metals content and iconic designs. The Canadian Mint strikes over 1 billion coins on an annual basis, including Canadian bullion coins and currencies for nations around the world. The Royal Canadian Mint makes many popular Silver products, making it an attractive way to buy Silver
for your portfolio or collection.
The Canadian Silver Maple LeafSilver Maples
are known for having a high Silver content of .9999 fine Silver. This valuable composition combined with the beautiful Canadian maple leaf design is enhanced by the reflective surface, making these Canadian coins exceptionally pleasing to the eye. First minted in 1988, there have been different designs for commemorative editions, but the Canadian maple leaf has always stayed the main focus. The maple leaf design is even used as a distinctive privy mark on multiple series provided by the Royal Canadian Mint.
Canadian Silver Wildlife Series
With a mintage of only 1,000,000 of each of the Wildlife Series Silver coins
, these Silver coins are scarce in the world of bullion. There were a total of six different Canadian wildlife designs released in three years: the Timber Wolf and Grizzly in 2011, the Cougar and Moose in 2012, and the Wood Bison and Pronghorn Antelope in 2013. With the .9999 fine Silver purity, $5 CAN face value, articulate wildlife design and low mintage, the Canadian Wildlife Series 1 oz Silver Coins are a hit with bullion enthusiasts and coin collectors alike.
Canadian Silver Predator Series
In 2016, the Royal Canadian Mint released a 4-coin series as a follow-up to their popular Silver Birds of Prey Series with the Predator Silver Coin Series
. There is a total of four different predator designs featuring fierce predators found in Canada. The first release in this series is the 2016 Cougar, followed by the 2017 Lynx, the 2018 Wolf and ended with the 2019 Grizzly. With the .9999 fine Silver purity, $5 CAN face value, striking animal design and low mintage, the Canadian Predator 1 oz Silver coins are a hit with bullion enthusiasts and coin collectors alike.
Royal Canadian Mint Silver Bars
range in size from 1 oz to 100 oz and are .9999 fine Silver. The Royal Canadian Mint has stamped the exact purity and content directly into each bar for authenticity.
History of the Royal Canadian Mint
On January 2, 1908, Governor General Earl Grey activated the press to strike the Dominion’s first domestically produced coin, a fifty-cent piece. The Ottawa branch of Britain’s Royal Mint was officially open for business. In 1931, the heritage building on Sussex Drive, the surrounding land, and the entire minting enterprise passed into Canadian hands, making the Mint a wholly Canadian institution.
The creation of the Royal Mint coincided with an era of flourishing Gold production in the Yukon and British Columbia. A refinery was needed to perform the intricate work of bringing rough Gold up to coinage standards. The Canadian Mint’s original refinery was completed in 1911. It rendered distinguished service to the British Empire throughout the Great War, producing the vast quantities of Gold bars with which Britain paid its debts to other countries.
A new refinery facility, designed to meet any possible demand for many years to come, was built in 1936 to refine Gold for mines and central banks throughout the world. Still in operation today, the refinery has produced .9999 fine Gold bars since 1969. In 1982, it became the world’s first refinery to manufacture .9999 fine Gold bullion coins. Then in 1999, the Mint excelled again by being the first to achieve .99999 fine Gold purity.
The Royal Canadian Mint’s magnificent history
reached a new height in 2007 with the Guinness World Records certification of the largest coin in the world: the 100 kilo, .99999 fine $1 million Gold bullion coin. Canadian Gold continues to reach new heights and records within the industry.
Canadian Silver Coins for Sale at APMEX
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