Palladium Canadian Maple 1-oz

First minted in 2005, the 1 Ounce Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf one of the very few palladium bullion coins issued by official government mints. Manufactured for only a few years and only in the one troy ounce size, the 1 Ounce Palladium Maple Leaf is another top-quality product produced by the Royal Canadian Mint, one of the leading manufacturers of precious metals bullion in North America. Palladium, often considered the fourth major precious metal, has seen increased investment in recent years, even though palladium bullion products can be hard to find. Many investors have been buying 1 Ounce Palladium Maple Leafs online, thereby stocking up on this rare and intriguing metal

 

 

Struck from 99.95% pure palladium, the design of the 1 oz Palladium Maple Leaf follows that of the other Maple Leaf coins -- a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse, along with the face value of 50 Canadian dollars and the year of minting. The reverse displays a detailed image of a maple leaf as well as inscriptions displaying the .9995 palladium fineness and weight of the coin. The 1 oz Palladium Maple Leaf is legal tender in Canada, and each coin is fully backed by the Royal Canadian Mint. The mint year on these 1 Ounce Palladium Maple Leafs varies and is selected at random from our inventory. Requests for a particular mint year will be honored, if possible to do so.

  • Weight: 1 Ounce

  • Diameter: 33 mm

  • Mint: Royal Canadian Mint

  • Fineness: .9995

  • Thickness: 3.58 mm

  • Year: Varied

  • Edge: Reeded

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