2023 Maple Leaf 1oz .9999 Silver Bullion Coin
First issued in 1988, the Royal Canadian Mint’s iconic Silver Maple Leaf is one of the most beautiful and popular bullion coins in the world. Each Maple Leaf is minted with 1 troy oz of .9999 pure silver and bears a $5 face value backed by the Canadian government. Canadian Silver Maples also feature breakthrough security features such as precision radial lines, advanced engraving, and the Royal Canadian Mint’s proprietary BULLION DNA anti-counterfeiting technology.
A special marking adorns the obverse with the reigning years of Queen Elizabeth II and four pearls denoting the four effigies during her reign.
The reverse features the signature maple leaf of Canada. Below the large leaf, you’ll notice a small maple leaf engraved with the coin’s year of issue. The RCM added this laser-engraved mark to the coin in 2014 as an anti-counterfeiting security measure. “CANADA,” “FINE SILVER 1 OZ ARGENT PUR,” and “9999” are also inscribed on the reverse.
The obverse features showcases the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt. The obverse also bears a special marking that includes four pearls symbolizing the four effigies that have graced Canadian coins and the date of her reign. The Queen’s name, the year of issue, and the coin’s $5 face value encircle her image.
Individual coins are presented in a Swan Bullion stylised plastic flip. Multiples of 25 are packaged into Maple Leaf tubes with 20 tubes to a monster box (500oz to a monster box).
|Silver Content||(Troy oz)||1.000|
ABOUT THE ROYAL CANADIAN MINT
The Royal Canadian Mint (French: Monnaie royale canadienne) is the mint of Canada and a Crown corporation, operating under the Royal Canadian Mint Act. The shares of the Mint are held in trust for the Crown in right of Canada. For the first fifty years of Canadian coinage (cents meant to circulate in the Province of Canada were first struck in 1858), the coins were struck at the Royal Mint in London, though some were struck at the private Heaton Mint in Birmingham, England. As Canada emerged as a nation in its own right, its need for coinage increased. As a result, a branch of the Royal Mint was authorized to be built in Ottawa in 1901 after being first proposed in 1890. We carry a large selection of both bullion and numismatic coins from The Royal Canadian Mint. View our entire range of The Royal Canadian Mint products.