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The Gold Maple Leaf from the Royal Canadian Mint has a global reputation as one of the best investment coins on the market. And rightly so! The .9999 fineness and intricate design makes this coin one of the purest gold bullion coins on the market with aesthetics to match. This year also sees unique security features including that heighten the already counterfeit-proof security measures the Mint strives for each year to protect investors from receiving fraudulent copies. The 2015 Maple Leaf coin therefore represents a secure investment with high liquidity value.
The 2015 Maple Leaf is a continuation of the Royal Canadian Mint's focus for excellence. The immaculate Maple Leaf design from which the coin gets its name is beautifully crafted to the highest level of expertise and includes exceptional detail.
Boasting a gold content of 99.99%, the 2015 Maple Leaf is among the world leaders of gold investment coins. Although legal tender in Canada, with a face value of $50CAD, the 1oz Maple Leaf coins are traded all over the world and have a high liquidity value so you will not have any problems finding a buyer – including CoinInvest.
Gold is a vitally important commodity to include in your investment portfolio and has been used to counter-balance fiat currencies for centuries. The precious metal is still used as a hedge in the modern economic environment and 1oz Gold Maple Leaf coins promise to be a huge seller.
The gold Maple Leaf coin is distinguishable for the image of Canada's iconic maple leaf on the reverse side. Designed by Canadian artist, Lilyane Coulombe, the intricate engraving of the 2015 design demonstrates outstanding detail and brilliance that is expected on such lucrative coins.
The reverse also includes the country of origin, confirmation that the 1oz coins are made with .9999 OR PUR together with a maple leaf privy mark which is lasered with unprecedented security features.
The obverse features the often used profile of Her
Majesty Queen Elizabeth II created by Susanna Blunt in 2003. The image shows Her Majesty facing towards the right and wearing a pearl necklace.
The first Maple Leaf gold struck by the Royal Canada Mint was in 1979. Since then the Mint has dispatched over 20 million troy ounces – making it one of the highest grossing gold coins on the bullion market.
Until the late 1970's, the leading investment coin was the South African Kruger which boasted a lion share of the gold market. But the Maple Leaf immediately captured the attention of investors thanks to a higher purity of gold content.
The first Maple leaf coins featured a fineness of .995, but this was improved just two years later to .999. Already recognised for their innovation and advanced manufacturing techniques, the Royal Canadian Mint went one better in 1988 and produced the first gold coins to boast a 99.99% purity.
And even then, the Mint strived for perfection and almost found it in 2007 when the Maple Leaf was manufactured with an astonishing .99999 fineness, the highest purity of any gold coin in the world.
Although the so-called five 9 coins are only used for special commemorative coins, it should be acknowledged that with the Maple Leaf gold coin, the Royal Canadian Mint has set the standards of gold bullion production as we know it today.
The Royal Canadian Mint has always been seen to strive for innovation and the 2015 Maple Leaf is further evidence of their success. Using the latest advancements in laser technology, both sides of the coin feature security techniques that are essentially impossible to copy, thus protecting investors from receiving counterfeit goods that invariable find their way on to the market.
The unique security features on the reverse can be found in the mini maple leaf privy mark which is engraved with radial patterned lines that cannot be replicated without detection from experienced dealers like the experts at CoinInvest.
Buying and selling the 1oz 2015 Maple Leaf could not be easier with CoinInvest. Our website is purposely designed for you to learn about our products and make a purchase in just a few clicks. To purchase the 2015 Maple Leaf, simply update the number of coins you intend to purchase and add your selection to your shopping basket indicated by the orange stripe to the right of the image above. All you need to do then is tell us the country you would like the item shipping to and either proceed to check-out or continue browsing out online store for more bargains. We are also interested to hear from anybody with the 2015 gold Maple Leaf for sale. Simply contact a member of our staff to take down the details and we will confirm an offer by email.