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Canadian Silver Maple Leaf (1 oz)

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Quantity Premium/Oz Total Price Each
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25 - 49 $3.20 $17.36
50 - 499 $2.89 $17.05
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Own This Beautiful Canadian .9999 Silver Maple Leaf Coin

Money Metals Exchange offers beautiful Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins at low prices. The Canadian Maple Leaf, becoming more popular by the day, is a one-troy-ounce silver bullion coin. As is the case with other RCM bullion coins, the purity of the Silver Maple Leaf is .9999. Furthermore, the face value of the Silver Maple Leaf is five Canadian dollars, making it the highest denominated legal tender coin among any one-ounce silver coin. This combined with Money Metals Exchange's great prices allow any investor to buy low premium Canadian coins and add international silver of legal tender to their portfolios.


Elizabeth II (obverse) - The obverse of the Silver Maple Leaf contains the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. There are three different versions, a young head version, an old head version, and an older head version.

Maple Leaf (reverse) - The national emblem, the maple leaf, adorns the Canadian coin's reverse. On some variations is a small privy mark on the lower half of the coin or color enhancement. The design is extremely detailed throughout, including the texture and veins within the leaf itself.

The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coins have been minted annually by the prestigious Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) since 1988. Since then, the design has remained 100% unchanged. It is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful designs in silver coins' history. The year of issue and the face value of five dollars are also displayed on this side. If you are thinking about investing in Canadian silver coins, the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin is the way to go.

Product Specifications

Mint Facility: Royal Canadian Mint
Denomination: $5.00 CAD
Date: 1988 to Present
Quality / Type: Bullion, Uncirculated
Purity: 99.99% silver
Silver Weight: 1 troy ounce (31.103 grams)
Diameter: 1.496 inches (38 mm)
Edge: Reeded
Obverse Design: Queen Elizabeth II
Reverse Design: Maple Leaf

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Very Nice Coin

By John A. on November 16th, 2015

Ordered and received a tube of 25 of these lovely coins. Nicely done by the Canadian Mint. All 25 were brilliant and received in the time stated by Money Metals. I believe they will be a good investment as they are 9999 pure vs the US Silver Dollar. The Australian Kangaroo dollar is a bit more stunning and its 9999 pure as well. Both coins are a good investment.

Beautiful Bullion

By Kelley B. on August 12th, 2015

Not as big as the American Eagle, but still stunning to receive. It is also .9999 silver, making it a nice investment.

Awesome coin

By Daniel M. on July 29th, 2015

Bought my first pair of these. Coin is very detailed. I'll buy more. I was also taking advantage of the lower price. I'm excited to see that you guys predict it will go even lower.


By Jeffery B. on July 23rd, 2015

The Silver Maple Leaf is a government issued silver coin with a significantly lower premium than the Silver Eagle. It is a beautiful coin. I currently own 500 of them in my precious metals portfolio. With the silver to gold ratio being close to 74, it just seems like a no brainer to not continue buying silver. I am over-weighted with silver in my portfolio but there will come a time when I can rectify that when the ratio goes the other way. I am currently purchasing about $1,000 per month in silver. Although I began investing in precious metals in 2010, it appears that now is the time to buy silver at prices that I have never witnessed personally.