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Coins of Canada

Canadian Silver Maple Leaf The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf is a series of silver bullion coins issued by Canada. It has a static design every year and mostly comes in 1 troy oz of silver. Variation for this coin includes proof (1989 only), privy marks, coloured maple leaf (has a different design than regular maple leaf) and holographic enhancement (5 Coin Set – 1 oz, ½ oz, ¼ oz, 1/10 oz, 1/20 oz). A single-issue 10 oz version was produced in 1998 to mark the 10th anniversary of the coin series. The face value of the 1 oz coin is 5 Canadian Dollars, the highest among other silver bullions. During the month of February, 2008, the market value of the coin was approximately 20 Canadian dollars. The purity of the coin is 99.99% silver, also the highest among other bullions which have a 99.90% standard. The program started in 1988 and is on-going today. In 1999, all Silver Maple Leaf coins that were issued came with a Privy Mark to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Maple Leaf program. The following year, all coins for the year 2000 featured a Privy Mark with Fireworks and the number 2000. Another Silver Maple Leaf was issued to commemorate the Millennium. These coins were produced for January 1, 2000 and the Privy Mark consisted of Fireworks as well. The coins were double dated 1999 and 2000. The coin is struck by the Royal Canadian Mint. According to the Charlton Standard Catalogue of Canadian Coins (62nd edition, 2007), standard Silver Maple Leafs differ from their Gold and Platinum counterparts in generating collector demand, with the 1996 and 1997 mintings in particular fetching higher prices due to limited pressings (for example, just under 101,000 for the 1997 Maple Leaf compared with more than 1.2 million pressed of the 1999 edition). some of the privy mark maple leaf were stock only in Europe. In 2006, The Royal Canadian Mint issued the 5 ounce 2006 Four Seasons $50 coin. The low mintage of 2,000 coins worldwide and the first 0.9999 5oz pure silver issue by the Royal Canadian Mint has resulted in significant collector demand for this particular coin. The obverse of a 1989 Canadian Silver Maple Leaf with the young Queen Elizabeth.Obverse: The effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. There are three different versions, a young head version, an old head version, and an older head version. The year of issue and the face value of 5 dollars is also displayed on this side. Reverse: Picture of a maple leaf. On some variations there are also a small privy mark on the lower half of the coin or colour enhancement   There is also a Gold Maple Leaf series issued in the same design as the silver one. Olympic Maple Leaf   The Royal Canadian Mint and the International Olympic Committee have reached an agreement on Olympic Gold and Silver Maple Leaf coins. The announcement was made on August 3, 2007 and the agreement allows the RCM to strike bullion coins with the emblems of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The issue will consist of two coins: one Gold Maple Leaf coin and a Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin and both coins will feature the date of 2008. The new agreement means that the RCM is now selling Olympic coins through all of its major business lines: bullion, circulation, numismatics. Canada has produce Silver MAPLE LEAF $5 coins since 1988. Each contains 1 troy ounce of pure 99.99% SILVER and has a $5 face value. The obverse depicts Queen Elizabeth II and the reverse the Canadian Maple Leaf. In 1990 and in 2004 the mint changed the image of the queen on the coins. All of the coins listed below are in uncirculated condition, just as they came from the mint. 2006 and 2007 dates were issued in tubes of 20 coins. 2005 and prior dates were issued in individual soft clear plastic material. Canada Maple Leaf 1-oz Silver Coin The 2009 Canada Maple Leaf 1oz Silver Coin was struck by the Royal Canadian Mint in the year 2009 and belongs to the Maple Leaf series of silver bullion coins. Each .9999 fine silver coin contains 1 troy ounce (31.1035 grams) of silver. Canadian Silver Maple Leaf The Royal Canadian Mint presents a huge assortment of silver bullion coins including Canadian Silver Maple Leaf. Procuring this sequence of reachable priced silver coins guaranteed by Government of Canada is a pragmatic attempt of investing on precious Metal called silver. The Royal Canadian Mint is worldwide reputed for its excellence and authenticity in fabrication of bullion coins. The stupendous achievement of maple leaf gold bullion coins propelled the Royal Canadian Mint to introduce a one ounce silver bullion coin named Canadian Silver Maple Leaf in year 1988. Royal Canadian Mint provides supreme quality silver with a purity of 99.99%. This series of silver coins are carved with unchanging pattern each year and comes in sizes from one ounce to one-twentieth of ounce. The 2003 mintage of Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins came with the various specifications as following:    The 1/20 ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leaf comprises a face value of $1, weight of 1.630 g and diameter of 16.00 mm.  The 1/10 ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leaf possesses a face value of $2, weight of 3.230 g with 20.00 mm diameter.   The 1/4 ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leaf consists of a face value of $3, weight of 7.960 g and a diameter of 27.00 mm. The 1/2 ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins incorporate face value of $4, weight of 15.870 g with a diameter of 34.00 mm.   The 1 ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins contain face value of $5, weight of 31.90 g and Diameter of 38.00 mm.

Coins of Canada

Canadian Silver Maple Leaf The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf is a series of silver bullion coins issued by Canada. It has a static design every year and mostly comes in 1 troy oz of silver. Variation for this coin includes proof (1989 only), privy marks, coloured maple leaf (has a different design than regular maple leaf) and holographic enhancement (5 Coin Set – 1 oz, ½ oz, ¼ oz, 1/10 oz, 1/20 oz). A single-issue 10 oz version was produced in 1998 to mark the 10th anniversary of the coin series. The face value of the 1 oz coin is 5 Canadian Dollars, the highest among other silver bullions. During the month of February, 2008, the market value of the coin was approximately 20 Canadian dollars. The purity of the coin is 99.99% silver, also the highest among other bullions which have a 99.90% standard. The program started in 1988 and is on-going today. In 1999, all Silver Maple Leaf coins that were issued came with a Privy Mark to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Maple Leaf program. The following year, all coins for the year 2000 featured a Privy Mark with Fireworks and the number 2000. Another Silver Maple Leaf was issued to commemorate the Millennium. These coins were produced for January 1, 2000 and the Privy Mark consisted of Fireworks as well. The coins were double dated 1999 and 2000. The coin is struck by the Royal Canadian Mint. According to the Charlton Standard Catalogue of Canadian Coins (62nd edition, 2007), standard Silver Maple Leafs differ from their Gold and Platinum counterparts in generating collector demand, with the 1996 and 1997 mintings in particular fetching higher prices due to limited pressings (for example, just under 101,000 for the 1997 Maple Leaf compared with more than 1.2 million pressed of the 1999 edition). some of the privy mark maple leaf were stock only in Europe. In 2006, The Royal Canadian Mint issued the 5 ounce 2006 Four Seasons $50 coin. The low mintage of 2,000 coins worldwide and the first 0.9999 5oz pure silver issue by the Royal Canadian Mint has resulted in significant collector demand for this particular coin. The obverse of a 1989 Canadian Silver Maple Leaf with the young Queen Elizabeth.Obverse: The effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. There are three different versions, a young head version, an old head version, and an older head version. The year of issue and the face value of 5 dollars is also displayed on this side. Reverse: Picture of a maple leaf. On some variations there are also a small privy mark on the lower half of the coin or colour enhancement   There is also a Gold Maple Leaf series issued in the same design as the silver one. Olympic Maple Leaf   The Royal Canadian Mint and the International Olympic Committee have reached an agreement on Olympic Gold and Silver Maple Leaf coins. The announcement was made on August 3, 2007 and the agreement allows the RCM to strike bullion coins with the emblems of the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games. The issue will consist of two coins: one Gold Maple Leaf coin and a Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin and both coins will feature the date of 2008. The new agreement means that the RCM is now selling Olympic coins through all of its major business lines: bullion, circulation, numismatics. Canada has produce Silver MAPLE LEAF $5 coins since 1988. Each contains 1 troy ounce of pure 99.99% SILVER and has a $5 face value. The obverse depicts Queen Elizabeth II and the reverse the Canadian Maple Leaf. In 1990 and in 2004 the mint changed the image of the queen on the coins. All of the coins listed below are in uncirculated condition, just as they came from the mint. 2006 and 2007 dates were issued in tubes of 20 coins. 2005 and prior dates were issued in individual soft clear plastic material. Canada Maple Leaf 1-oz Silver Coin The 2009 Canada Maple Leaf 1oz Silver Coin was struck by the Royal Canadian Mint in the year 2009 and belongs to the Maple Leaf series of silver bullion coins. Each .9999 fine silver coin contains 1 troy ounce (31.1035 grams) of silver. Canadian Silver Maple Leaf The Royal Canadian Mint presents a huge assortment of silver bullion coins including Canadian Silver Maple Leaf. Procuring this sequence of reachable priced silver coins guaranteed by Government of Canada is a pragmatic attempt of investing on precious Metal called silver. The Royal Canadian Mint is worldwide reputed for its excellence and authenticity in fabrication of bullion coins. The stupendous achievement of maple leaf gold bullion coins propelled the Royal Canadian Mint to introduce a one ounce silver bullion coin named Canadian Silver Maple Leaf in year 1988. Royal Canadian Mint provides supreme quality silver with a purity of 99.99%. This series of silver coins are carved with unchanging pattern each year and comes in sizes from one ounce to one-twentieth of ounce. The 2003 mintage of Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins came with the various specifications as following:    The 1/20 ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leaf comprises a face value of $1, weight of 1.630 g and diameter of 16.00 mm.  The 1/10 ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leaf possesses a face value of $2, weight of 3.230 g with 20.00 mm diameter.   The 1/4 ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leaf consists of a face value of $3, weight of 7.960 g and a diameter of 27.00 mm. The 1/2 ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins incorporate face value of $4, weight of 15.870 g with a diameter of 34.00 mm.   The 1 ounce Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins contain face value of $5, weight of 31.90 g and Diameter of 38.00 mm.

WORLD COINS

Canada - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Maple Leaf, 1989

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce. Ag 99.99% , weight 31,10g, diameter 38mm

Price: 28,50 €
Canada - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Maple Leaf, 2006

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce. Ag 99.99% , weight 31,10g, diameter 38mm

Price: 28,50 €
Canada - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Maple Leaf, 2017

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce. Ag 99.99% , weight 31,10g, diameter 38mm

Price: 21,50 €
Canada - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Maple Leaf, 2016

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce. Ag 99.99% , weight 31,10g, diameter 38mm

Price: 22,50 €
Canada - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Maple Leaf, 2015

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce. Ag 99.99% , weight 31,10g, diameter 38mm

Price: 22,50 €
Canada - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Maple Leaf, 2014

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce. Ag 99.99% , weight 31,10g, diameter 38mm

Price: 22,50 €
Canada - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Maple Leaf, 2013

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce. Ag 99.99% , weight 31,10g, diameter 38mm

Price: 22,50 €
Canada - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Maple Leaf, 2011

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce. Ag 99.99% , weight 31,10g, diameter 38mm

Price: 22,50 €
Canada - Silver coin BU 1 oz, Maple Leaf, 2010

Silver coin Brilliant Uncirculated 1 ounce. Ag 999/1000, weight 31,39g, diameter 40mm

Price: 22,50 €