1 oz Silver Maple Leaf Coin Tube

Pricing:

QUANTITY E-CHECK/WIRE CC/PAYPAL
1-19 $2.39 $2.49
20 - 99 $1.89 $1.97
100 and more $0.89 $0.93
Availability: Out Of Stock
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1 oz Silver Maple Leaf Coin Tube Description:

These Royal Canadian Mint plastic tubes are a great way to protect and store your 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf Coins or any other 38mm diameter coins.

Tube Highlights:

  • Holds up to twenty-five 1 oz Silver Maple Leaf Coins
  • Issued by the Royal Canadian Mint
  • Yellow Cap with Royal Canadian Mint logo
  • From an original RCM box
  • Does not contain any coins

These tubes are directly from Royal Canadian Mint orders which means they have have light surface marks, sticker residue, or other small marks.

Specifications:

More Information
Coin Series Maple Leaf
Purity N/A
Mint/Refinery Royal Canadian Mint
Metal Type None
Face Value N/A
Grade N/A
Coin Type Bullion
Modern or Historical Modern
Grade Service N/A
Year N/A

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