Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins
1 oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coin BU (Random Year)
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2022 Canada 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf (MintDirect® Single)
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2022 Canada 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf (25-Coin MintDirect® Tu...
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Buy Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins OnlineThe Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin was introduced in 1988, and it has been minted every year since. They contain .9999 fine Silver and are one of the most beautiful coins at the size of a dollar.
The design on these coins is exquisite, with meticulous attention to every little detail. There have been many modifications to the design, including proof releases, several privy marks, holographic enhancements, and commemorative varieties.
However, the essential features of the.9999 fine Silver coinhave remained the same since its inception. The obverse of the coin depicts the likeness of Queen Elizabeth II, and the reverse of the coin showcases the signature maple leaf that is closely associated with Canadian patriotism and reflects national pride.
The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin is a treasured addition to any collection, and it is especially sought after for its quality and craftsmanship. The coins are also popular as gifts, both for their beauty and the significance of the maple leaf motif. As the Royal Canadian Mint continues to produce these coins year after year, they remain a highly coveted investment and a proud symbol of Canadian heritage.
The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf's obverse displays the profile of Elizabeth II. There have been three subsequent versions of the Queen's profile:
• 1988 – 1989: Portrait by Arnold Machin.
• 1990 – 2003: Portrait by Dora de Pédery-Hunt.
• 2004 – present: Portrait by Susanna Blunt.
The Royal Canadian Mint's Security FeaturesSince 2015 The Royal Canadian Mint's Bullion DNA program has offered 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.
The unique serial number is also engraved into the leaf. All the Mint's bullion coins are struck at its Ottawa facility and bear the distinctive "RCM" initials. The Royal Canadian Mint has a long and proud history of producing some of the finest bullion coins in the world.
The mint's commitment to security and quality is evident in every coin it produces. For investors looking for the highest security and peace of mind, the Royal Canadian Mint's Bullion DNA program is a perfect choice. The Royal Canadian Mint offers a variety of bullion coins, including the Gold Canadian Maple Leaf, the Silver Canadian Maple Leaf, and the Platinum and Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf.
The mint also produces several commemorative coins each year, in both Gold and Silver. These coins are highly sought after by collectors and investors alike.
Every Silver Maple Leaf bullion coin dated 2018 and later now features MINTSHIELD Surface Protection, the world's only proven technique for significantly reducing the appearance of white spots or "milk spots" on Silver bullion coins.
APMEX MintDirect® Premier With PCGS FirstStrike® Canadian Silver Maple Leaf CoinsThis program began with the 2020 Silver Eagles but has now expanded to include other popular programs from trusted mints worldwide. This partnership with PCGS brings added value to the popular MintDirect® Premier products. MintDirect® Premier products in their sealed packaging will remain eligible for the FirstStrike® designation if submitted to PCGS for grading long after new FirstStrike®-eligible coins are typically gone from the market.
The PCGS FirstStrike® designation is reserved for those coins that are submitted to PCGS within 30 days of their original release from the mint. As a result, most MintDirect® Premier products will not be eligible for the FirstStrike® designation. However, the sealed packaging of these products adds an extra layer of protection and quality assurance, so collectors can be confident that they are getting the highest quality product available.
The MintDirect® Premier designation is the latest example of our commitment to providing the best products and services to our customers. We are excited to partner with PCGS to offer this new level of protection and quality assurance.
Previously, coins had to be stored in sealed monster boxes in secure, PCGS-approved storage locations before the FirstStrike® deadline to qualify for this designation. Learn more about this exciting partnership.
About The Royal Canadian MintFor the first 50 years of Canadian coinage, all currency was struck at the Royal Mint. Once it became apparent that Canada was becoming a country in its own right, The Royal Canadian Mint was established in Ottawa in 1901. This new branch of the Royal Mint was solely responsible for the production of Canadian coins.
The first coins struck by the Royal Canadian Mint were a series of bronze cents and silver 5-cent pieces. In 1908, the mint introduced gold $10 and $20 coins, which featured the image of King Edward VII on one side and a maple leaf on the other. The maple leaf would eventually become the main symbol on all Canadian coins. In 1911, the mint began producing nickel 5-cent pieces, which remain in circulation to this day.
During World War I, the Royal Canadian Mint produced copper tokens to be used as substitutes for pennies. These tokens were nicknamed “loonies” because of the image of a loon featured on one side. In 1937, the mint began producing aluminum coins, which were lighter and more durable than previous coins.
In 1967, the Royal Canadian Mint introduced the first paper-based currency in Canada: the $1 and $2 bills. These bills were replaced by plastic currency in 2011. In 1979, the mint began producing the $1 coin, which is also known as a “loonie”. The $2 coin, or “toonie”, was introduced in 1996.
Over time, the Ottawa facility began to reach capacity and had become antiquated, so in 1972 an additional facility in Winnipeg was constructed. The Winnipeg facility currently produces all of Canada’s circulation coins. In 1984, the mint also began producing medals, coins and medallions for other countries.
Throughout its history, the Royal Canadian Mint has won numerous awards for its high-quality coins. In 2006, the mint was honoured with the World Coin Award for its silver $5 coin, which commemorated the centennial of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. In 2012, the mint won the award for “Best Silver Coin” from the International Association of Currency Affairs for its 25-cent coin, which featured a holographic image of a sugar maple leaf.
Buy Silver Maple Leaf Coins Online from APMEXIf you need assistance in figuring out where to buy Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins, or if you should have any issue placing an order for Silver bullion on APMEX.com, we are eager to assist you. Our team of highly trained customer service associates can answer any questions on how to buy Silver, and can be reached by email or telephone, please call (800) 375-9006 or email service@APMEX.com. You can also sell Silver to APMEX by calling our Purchasing team at (800) 514-6318 to speak to one of our representatives or learn more about how to sell Silver to APMEX.
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