MintID Gold Canadian Maple Leaf - 1 Oz, .9999 Pure Gold

$2,424.50 (as low as $92.00 over spot)
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The Gold Canadian Maple Leaf Now Available with MintID - The Ultimate in Trust and Assurance

MintID’s Gold Authenticated Bullion products are encapsulated in custom-designed MintID holders that are equipped with AES 128-bit encrypted NFC chips allowing users to verify the authenticity of the gold purchased using the MintID app.

Each gold Canadian Maple Leaf coin is removed directly from sealed mint boxes and immediately encapsulated within the MintID NFC-enabled holder. Utilizing the MintID app each Authenticated Bullion Gold product can be instantaneously authenticated providing real-time specs of the product.

Each MintID holder contains several anti-counterfeiting features that include tamper-revealing security film and printed luminescent patterns only visible under UV light. Backed by the MintID guarantee and authenticated through the MintID encrypted database MintID coins are the most secure and protected bullion products on the market.

Buy 1 Oz Gold Maple Leaf Coins

The famous 1 Oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is established as one of the finest gold bullion coins in the world. After four decades of producing great quality coins which are trusted by investors worldwide, the Royal Canadian Mint has a reputation to bank on.

Today gold maples contain 99.99% ultra-pure gold, and coins minted today carry more advanced security features than most other gold coins.

The 1 oz Gold Maple Leaf is, by far, Canada’s most popular gold coin and the most widely traded around the world. It is hugely popular in the United States.

History of the 1 oz Gold Maple Leaf

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf was first issued in 1979. The original run was made up of one-ounce bullion coins of 99.9% purity gold. The coins carried the iconic maple leaf on the reverse and the portrait of King Charles III on the obverse.

The Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) introduced additional denominations and sizes in subsequent years, including coins as small as 1/20 ounce. RCM raised the purity of gold in Maple Leaf to 99.99% in November of 1982. 

Many special editions of the coin have been issued over the years, including 40th-anniversary coins and some with .99999 ("five nines") purity. In May 2007, the Royal Canadian Mint issued a set of six 100-kilogram coins. They were the largest gold coins ever issued before the Perth Mint issued a single Gold Kangaroo weighing one ton in 2011.

Design of the Coin

The design of the 1 Oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf has remained largely uniform in design throughout its history. Particularly when compared to the Chinese Gold Panda or the Australian Gold Kangaroo which have updated images each year

The obverse of the one-ounce coin (and all other denominations) features a portrait of King Charles III. The inscription “CHARLES III” is found above the portrait and the face value and year of mintage are below.

The reverse side of the coin carries the maple leaf design for which the coin is named. The top inscription reads “CANADA” and the bottom inscription “FINE GOLD 1OZ OR PUR.” The purity mark spans both sides of the maple leaf.

Investing in 1 Oz Gold Maple Leafs

The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is a great option for investors based on its recognizability, low cost, and high liquidity. The standard bullion coins offer premiums below that of the American Eagle.

Some of the special issues and editions can be appealing both as a bullion investment and as speculation as to their value as collectibles.

Also, keep in mind that the Gold Maple Leaf is made by one of the best-regarded mints in the world – the Royal Canadian Mint, which produces over a billion coins every year for Canada and several other countries.

Should You Buy 1 Oz Gold Maple Leafs

Gold has made great sense as an investment and as a safe haven asset for centuries. There is no better way to buy gold than to choose the Maple Leaf. The coins are familiar everywhere, trusted, and easy to buy or sell. Buyers will find the price lower than the US coin alternative - the American Eagle. Maple Leafs are a staple in the portfolio of bullion investors everywhere, so buy with confidence.


Product Specifications
Mint Facility: Royal Canadian Mint
Denomination: 1 oz. - $50.00 CAD
Date: 2024
Quality / Type: Bullion, Uncirculated
Purity: 99.99% gold (24 karat)
Metal Weight: 1 oz. - 1 troy ounce (31.103 grams)
Diameter: 1.181 inches (30.0 mm)
Edge: Reeded
Obverse: King Charles III
Reverse: Maple Leaf
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We are buying this item back daily, and we pay you promptly!

Our current buy pricing is $2,297.50 each and we will buy up to 20 at this price. Simply call us on any weekday to lock pricing at 1-800-800-1865.

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We take great pride in the way your order is packaged and delivered.

You can expect:

  • Prompt Shipping – We ship orders shortly after your payment has been cleared – generally within 2 business days.
  • Fully Insured – We fully insure all shipments with Lloyd's of London.
  • Privacy – Your package will have no external markings that provide any clue as to the contents. Because we insure packages with Lloyd's of London, we do not declare a value or insure with the carrier.
  • Accountability for Package Contents – Your order will be packed under video surveillance, weighed and double-checked prior to shipping to ensure you receive exactly what you ordered.
  • Professional Packaging – Your order will be packaged securely and professionally.
  • Tracking – We will provide you with the carrier's tracking number for your shipment so you can monitor its progress and plan for delivery.
  • Signature Confirmation – Delivery carriers are instructed to request a signature upon delivery.
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Insured Value Cost
Up to $198.99 $7.97
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$199.00 + FREE
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