Canadian Olympic Maple, Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics - 1 Troy Ounce Gold .9999 Pure

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Canadian Olympic Maple, Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics - 1 Troy Ounce Gold .9999 Pure

The 2010 Winter Olympic Games were hosted in Vancouver, Canada, and to celebrate this significant event, the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) released a special edition series of gold bullion coins.

This series, known as the Olympic Gold Maple Leaf Coin Series, was produced over three years, from 2008 to 2010, with each gold coin struck in the finest .9999 pure gold.

These gold coins are not only a tribute to Canada's hosting of the Winter Olympics but also a testament to the nation's craftsmanship and dedication to quality.

Coin Highlights:

  • Contains: 1 troy ounce of .9999 fine gold (99.99% pure).

  • Commemorative Edition: Celebrates the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games.

  • Produced by: The Royal Canadian Mint.

  • Face Value: $50 CAD, with legal tender status.

  • Diameter: 30 mm.

  • Thickness: 2.7 mm.

  • Condition: Brilliant uncirculated, arriving in either an individual plastic case or a sealed tube to maintain its mint state.

  • Circulated Coins: Some may show signs of wear and tear.

The Canadian Olympic Maple, Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics - 1 Troy Ounce Gold .9999 Pure coin is a highly coveted piece among collectors and sports enthusiasts. It is not only a celebration of Canada’s role as the host of the 2010 Winter Olympics but also a reflection of the country's national pride and rich heritage.

Each gold bullion coin is a tangible piece of Olympic history, crafted with precision and care, ensuring its place as a treasured collectible for years to come. Orders placed are shipped free of charge with insurance against theft and damage included.

Design and Features

The obverse of the gold coin features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, designed by Susana Blunt. This side also includes the logo of the 2010 Olympic Winter Games, encircled by inscriptions that read “50 DOLLARS,” “CANADA,” “ELIZABETH II,” and “2010.”

The reverse showcases a dynamic and detailed depiction of a hockey player, one of the most popular and cherished winter sports in Canada. The hockey player is captured in mid-action, maneuvering the puck with his stick, highlighting the precision and skill of the sport. Flanking the player are two iconic maple leafs, symbols of national pride. Above the player, the logo incorporates the coin’s mintage year "2010" along with the hosting cities "Vancouver" and "Whistler."

  • Obverse: Features Queen Elizabeth II, the 2010 Olympic Winter Games logo, and an Inukshuk, along with the inscriptions “50 DOLLARS,” “CANADA,” “ELIZABETH II,” and “2010.”

  • Reverse: Depicts a hockey player in action, flanked by two maple leafs, with the inscription “2010 VANCOUVER WHISTLER,” and, “9999 FINE GOLD 1 OZ OR PUR.”

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Product Specifications
Mint Facility: Royal Canadian Mint
Denomination: $50.00 CAD
Date: 2008
Quality / Type: Bullion, Uncirculated
Purity: .9999 (99.99%) gold (24 karat)
Metal Weight: 1 troy ounce (31.103 grams)
Diameter: 1.181 inches (30.0 mm)
Thickness: 2.7 mm
Obverse: Queen Elizabeth II
Reverse: Canadian Maple leaf with Inukshuk and the Olympic rings
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