25x 1 Gram Gold Maple Leafs - Maplegram25


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The key features of each Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin include:

  • No signs of wear or tear
  • 8 mm diameter
  • 0.8038 Troy oz weight
  • A Canadian face value of $.50
  • Obverse - right profile of HM Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt
  • Reverse  - iconic Maple Leaf design

The key features of 'Maplegram25' include:

  • Total of 25 grams of .999 purity gold (or 0.8038 Troy oz)
  • 25 x 1 gram gold coins
  • Presentation case, with each coin, individually packaged  - easily divisible
  • Assay card and distinct serial number for each coin
  • Produced by the trusted Royal Canadian Mint

Invest in Maplegram25, and you'll be purchasing one of the world's most popular bullion coins - the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf. Available from the Royal Canadian Mint since 1979, it's remained steadfastly popular ever since - making it suitable for the first-time investor, the long-term investor or perfect as an unforgettable gift.

Buy the Maplegram25, and you'll receive 25 individual one-gram gold coins packed together in a blister pack which you can easily divide, should you want to.

This exquisite gold coin is rendered in exceptional detail. The obverse features the likeness of HM Queen Elizabeth II, as designed by Susanna Blunt.  While the reverse of this distinct gold coin is struck with the iconic Maple Leaf design, modeled in such life-like detail, you can see the veins on the leaf.

Each 1 gram Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin comes with an authentication certificate, with a unique serial number. The first bullion coin to be minted in gold with a purity of .9999, it's easy to understand why this coin has remained so popular and is trusted by collectors worldwide.

The Royal Canadian Mint produces all of Canada's circulation coins and due to its exceptional standards, is the first choice for other countries, too. Since minting its first coin in 1908, the Royal Canadian Mint has acquired a worldwide reputation for excellence. Today, the Mint's fine attention to detail and exceptional technical abilities allow it to set industry-leading standards - as reflected in the exceptional rendering of the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin.  The weight and purity of these coins are guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint.

At the U.S. Gold Bureau, we offer a range of ways to invest in precious metals. Whether you're looking for gold or silver bars or coins, platinum or palladium, we can help you. Browse our website to see our extensive range of investments, which could help to secure your financial future. Some of the precious materials we offer can be held in a self-directed IRA, providing you with the associated tax benefits. Additional paperwork would need to be completed at the time of purchase, for more information contact an Investment Representative and we'll be happy to help you.


More Information
Product Type Coin
Coin Series Maple Leaf
Purity .999
Mint/Refinery Royal Canadian Mint
Metal Type Gold
Face Value N/A
Grade Raw
Coin Type Bullion
Modern or Historical Modern
Metal Weight 25 grams

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