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1/4 oz Gold Maple Leaf

1/4 oz Gold Maple Leaf

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We Buy $296.02

We Sell $340.16

This stunning gold coin produced by the revered Royal Canadian Mint makes an outstanding investment opportunity. Each 1/4 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is struck in .9999 pure gold – making it one of the purest gold coins on the market today. First National Bullion selects the year of the coin we send to customers based on our inventory at the time of the order. Each of these 1/4 Gold Maple Leaf coins is renowned for its excellence and stunning design. We obtain our product offerings direct from the mint or our respected distributors so customers can count on each coin’s condition and authenticity.

  • Each coin contains 1/4 oz of .9999 fine gold.
  • Eligible for Precious Metals IRAs.
  • Obverse: Displays a right-facing profile of Queen Elizabeth II, along with the year and face value.
  • Reverse: Features a large, single maple leaf with the weight and purity.
  • Radial line background was precisely machined by the Royal Canadian Mint onto their master die to create a unique light diffracting pattern, providing another measure of security.
  • Sovereign coin backed by the Canadian government.
50 units and up$1.00
100 units and up$1.00
500 units and up$1.00

Description

CANADIAN GOLD COINS

The lasting beauty and high quality of these popular Gold coins now have an added security with a radial line background, not seen on bullion products outside of the Canadian Maple Leaf series. Add 2018 1/4 oz Gold Maple Leaf coins to your investment portfolio today!

Sovereign coins, like the 2018 1/4 oz Gold Maple Leaf, as well as other famous coins such as South African Krugerrands, and Austrian Philharmonics, are minted and guaranteed by their issuing government. The Canadian Maple Leaf coin, like every sovereign bullion coin, bears a nominal face value that is largely symbolic. The intrinsic value of the Gold in these coins vastly outstrips their face value. For example, the Gold Maple Leaf coin has a face value of $10, should someone attempt to use it as circulating currency, but Canada has not actually used Gold coins in general circulation since 1913. At that time, the government pulled Gold coins out of circulation in an attempt to prevent Gold from leaving Canada during World War I. Vintage sovereign Gold coins also have greater Gold value than face value, but they may be most coveted by numismatists, depending on their scarcity and condition.

Please direct your questions to a First National Bullion associate on the phone at (800) 745-7979. You can also connect with us online through our live web chat and email features.

Additional information

Weight 0.007087373136020865 oz