2013 1 Oz. Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf Bullion Coin

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  • Title: 2013 1 Oz. Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf Bullion Coin
  • Purity: .9995
  • Metal: Platinum
  • Weight: 1 oz

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The One Ounce Platinum Royal Canadian Maple Leaf is one of the most sought after coins in bullion investing and has set the standard for Platinum coins. It was first minted in the year 1988 and was minted till 2001. These coins became very popular soon after their launch because of their elegant look and their associated mint. Minted at Royal Canadian mint, each coin is made up of .9995 pure platinum and holds a legal tender value of 50 Canadian Dollars.

The Obverse

Shown on the front of the 1 Oz. Platinum Maple Leaf is a rightward facing portrait of Queen Elizabeth II; who remains Canada's sovereign. The design has changed three times since it's introduction, but the portrait of the Queen has always been surrounded by her name above, and the denomination and year below. 

The Reverse

On the back of the coin is the most recognized symbol of Canada: the Maple leaf. Having been the countries symbol since the early 18th century, the Maple Leaf is national symbol of Canada and is even featured on their flag. The beautifully detailed Maple Leaf is the central object of the coin's reverse, showing intricate veins and depth. Surrounding the image are the inscriptions denoting the coin's weight and purity.

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