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Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Canada Value 50.00 CAD (face value) Mass 31.11[1] g (1.00 troy oz) Diameter 30.00 mm (1.1811 in) Edge Serrated Composition Gold (99.9%+ Au) Years of minting 1979 – present Obverse Design Elizabeth II Reverse Design Maple Leaf Design date 1979 (2015) The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf (GML) is a gold bullion coin that is issued annually by the Government of Canada. It is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint.

The Gold Maple Leaf is legal tender with a face value of 50 Canadian dollars. The market value of the metal varies, depending on the spot price of gold. Having a .9999 millesimal fineness (24 carats), in some cases .99999, the coin is among the purest official bullion coins worldwide. The standard version has a weight of minimum 1 troy ounce (31.10 grammes). Other sizes and denominations include 1 gram, ​1⁄25 oz.

($0.50), ​1⁄20 oz. ($1), ​1⁄10 oz. ($5), ​1⁄4 oz. ($10), and ​1⁄2 oz. ($20). The Gold Maple Leaf's obverse and reverse display, respectively, the profile of Queen Elizabeth II of Canada and the Canadian Maple Leaf. In 2013 and 2015 new security features were introduced. In 2013, a laser-micro-engraved textured maple leaf was added on a small area of the reverse (Maple Leaf) side of the coin.

In the centre of this mark is the numeral denoting the coin’s year of issue, which is only visible under magnification. In 2015, the radial lines on the coin's background on both sides of the coin were added. On 3 May 2007, the Royal Canadian Mint unveiled a Gold Maple Leaf coin with a nominal face value of $1 million and a metal value of over $3.5 million.[2][3] It measures 50 cm in diameter by 3 cm thick and has a mass of 100 kg, with a purity of 99.

999%. The artist is Stanley Witten. On March 26, 2017 one of the five copies with a gold value of 4 million US$ was stolen from the Bode Museum.[4] Information The coin was introduced in 1979.[5][6] At the time the only bullion coin was the Krugerrand, which was not widely available because of the economic boycott of apartheid-era South Africa. Coins minted between 1979 and 1982 have a gold content of .

999. Gold Maple Leaf Years Denominations Purity Obverse 1979–1982 1 oz. .999 39-year-old Queen November 1982 – 1985 1 oz., ​1⁄4 oz., ​1⁄10 oz. .9999 1986–1989 1 oz., ​1⁄2 oz., ​1⁄4 oz., ​1⁄10 oz. .9999 1990–1992 1 oz., ​1⁄2 oz., ​1⁄4 oz., ​1⁄10 oz. .9999 64-year-old Queen 1993 1 oz., ​1⁄2 oz., ​1⁄4 oz., ​1⁄10 oz., ​1⁄20 oz. .9999 1994 1 oz., ​1⁄2 oz.

, ​1⁄4 oz., ​1⁄10 oz., ​1⁄15 oz., ​1⁄20 oz. .9999 1995–2004 1 oz., ​1⁄2 oz., ​1⁄4 oz., ​1⁄10 oz., ​1⁄20 oz. .9999 2005–2013 1 oz., ​1⁄2 oz., ​1⁄4 oz., ​1⁄10 oz., ​1⁄20 oz. .9999 79-year-old Queen 2014–present 1 oz., ​1⁄2 oz., ​1⁄4 oz., ​1⁄10 oz., ​1⁄20 oz., 1 gram. .9999 For .99999 ("Five Nines") Pure Gold Maple Leafs, see Special issues below.

The .9999 1982 Gold Maple Leafs began minting in November. Thus, most of the 1982 Gold Maple Leafs are .999 fine. Production problems Some dealers have complained about the production quality of the Gold Maples.[7][8][9] The softness of 24 karat gold combined with the Gold Maples' milled edge, clear field around the Queen and the tube storage supplied, means that the coins easily show handling marks.

This is a standard problem with pure gold. Bimetallic Maple Leaf As a way of commemorating 25 years as an industry leader in bullion coins, the Royal Canadian Mint created a unique six-coin set. mint.ca It was a new bimetallic maple leaf, set in bullion finish (a brilliant relief against a parallel lined background). The six-coin set was the first to include the ​1⁄25 oz Maple Leaf denomination.

Each coin included a double-date of 1979–2004, and the 1 oz coin featured a commemorative privy mark. All coins were packaged in a black leather presentation case with a black velour insert, along with a certificate of authenticity.[10] Mintage: 839 sets. Coin Specifications Year Theme Face Value Size Composition Au Weight Ag Weight (Total - Au) Total Weight of the coin Total Diameter Ring Core 2004 25th Anniversary, Gold Maple Leaf $0.

50 ​1⁄25 oz .9999 silver .9999 gold 1.270 0.769 2.039 16.00 $1.00 ​1⁄20 oz 1.581 0.791 2.372 18.03 $5.00 ​1⁄10 oz 3.136 1.330 4.466 20.00 $10.00 ​1⁄4 oz 7.802 3.098 10.900 25.00 $20.00 ​1⁄2 oz 15.589 4.486 20.075 30.00 $50.00 1 oz 31.650 7.960 39.610 36.07 Other Details Year Theme Artist Mintage Issue Price Finish 2004 25th Anniversary, Gold Maple Leaf RCM Engravers 839 $2,495.95 Bullion Special issues 99.

999% Gold Maple Leaf The gold Maple Leaf coin was .999 pure until 1982, when its purity was raised to .9999. Some coins are issued at a purity of .99999; this standard does not replace the Mint's .9999 Gold Maple Leaf coins, but is instead reserved for special editions. 2012 Five Hundred Dollar Coin 5 ounce 9999 gold maple leaf forever, mintage of 200 Year Theme Artist Mintage Issue Price Special Notes Image 2005 Fifty Dollar Coin N/A at first 600 left 396 N/A 1 troy ounce coin; .

99999 oz pure gold - experimental issue 2007 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Stanley Witten 500 $1,899.95 test bullion coin, 1 troy ounce coin; .99999 oz pure gold, privy t/e - test coin, comes encapsulated and presented in a maroon flock-lined clamshell case, available to collectors who enter draw-to-buy 2007 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Stanley Witten 30,848 N/A 1 troy ounce coin; .99999 oz pure gold, packaged in assay card 2007 One Million Dollar Coin Stanley Witten 5 (As of May 3, 2007) N/A The coin has a mass of 100 kg (which is 3215 troy ounces).

One of these coins has been stolen from Berlin's Bode Museum on March 27, 2017.[11][12] 2008 Two Hundred Dollar Coin 1,700 $1,394.64 Special Limited Edition First Strike 2008 Two Hundred Dollar Coin 27,476 N/A 1 troy ounce coin; .99999 oz pure gold, packaged in assay card 2009 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Stanley Witten 13,765 N/A 1 troy ounce coin; .99999 oz pure gold, packaged in assay card 2011 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Ago Aarand 8,408 N/A Canadian Mountie Maple Leaf; 1 troy ounce coin; .

99999 fine gold 1 oz or pur, packaged in assay card 2012 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Stanley Witten N/A N/A 1 troy ounce coin; .99999 fine gold 1 oz or pur, the picture of the maple leaf on the reverse is the same as on the coin from 2007, but moved right nearly 90 degrees - as on the 100 kg coin, packaged in assay card 2014 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Pierre Leduc N/A N/A 1 troy ounce coin; .99999 fine gold 1 oz or pur, Gold Howling Wolf, packaged in assay card 2014 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Pierre Leduc 2000 CAD2799,95 1 troy ounce coin; .

99999 fine gold 1 oz or pur, Gold Howling Wolf, proof version comes encapsulated and presented in a maroon flock-lined clamshell case 2015 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Pierre Leduc N/A N/A 1 troy ounce coin; .99999 fine gold 1 oz or pur, Gold Growling Cougar, packaged in assay card 2015 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Pierre Leduc 250 CAD2799,95 1 troy ounce coin; .99999 fine gold 1 oz or pur, Gold Growling Cougar, proof version comes encapsulated and presented in a maroon flock-lined clamshell case 2016 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Pierre Leduc N/A N/A 1 troy ounce coin; .

99999 fine gold 1 oz or pur, Gold Roaring Grizzly, third and last of series, packaged in assay card 2016 Two Hundred Dollar Coin Pierre Leduc 250 CAD2799,95 1 troy ounce coin; .99999 fine gold 1 oz or pur, Gold Roaring Grizzly, proof version comes encapsulated and presented in a maroon flock-lined clamshell case Coloured Gold Maple Leaf Year Theme Artist Mintage Issue Price Special Notes 1999 20th Anniversary of the GML - fractional 5 coins Walter Ott, RCM Engravers 13,025 N/A These are the first coloured coins that the Royal Canadian Mint has ever produced [13] 2010 Gold Maple Leaf Vancouver Olympics 3 x 31.

15 g (1 oz) Susanna Blunt 200 N/A These are 3 coins of olympic series, but with red painted maple leafs on reverse - all in the wooden box Hologram Gold Maple Leaf Year Theme Artist Mintage Issue Price Special Notes 1999 $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 GML Hologram Set Walter Ott, RCM Engravers 500 $1,995.00 First Coins for RCM to feature a hologram 2001 $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 GML Hologram Set Walter Ott, RCM Engravers 600 $1,995.

00 The only difference was the issue date on the coin; 2001 instead of former 1999 2001 $10 GML Hologram Walter Ott, RCM Engravers 14,614 $195.00 ​1⁄4-oz 2009 $1, $5, $10, $50 Hologram Set, 30th Anniversary of Gold Maple Leaf N/A 750 N/A ​1⁄20 oz, ​1⁄10 oz, ​1⁄4 oz, 1 oz - all packaged in a wodden box Olympic Maple Leaf The Royal Canadian Mint and the International Olympic Committee have reached an agreement on Olympic Gold and Silver Maple Leaf coins.

The announcement was made on August 3, 2007, and the agreement allows the RCM to strike bullion coins with the emblems of the 2010 winter Olympic and Paralympic Games.[14] The issue will consist of two coins – one Gold Maple Leaf coin and a Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin; both coins feature the date of 2008. The new agreement means that the RCM is now selling Olympic coins through all of its major business lines – bullion, circulation and numismatics.

[14] Individual releases Year Theme Artist Mintage Issue price Comment 1989 10th Anniversary Coin Walter Ott 6,817 Bullion Value The only proof version, packaged in a wooden box separately or together with 1/2, 1/4 and 1/10 oz coins 1997 125th Anniversary of the RCMP Ago Aarand 12,913 US$310.00 Guaranteed value of US$310 until January 1, 2000 1999 20th Anniversary Coin N/A N/A Bullion Value privy mark "20 years ans" on the reverse 2004 25th Anniversary of Gold Maple Leaf Walter Ott 10,000 Bullion Value Introduced at ANA World’s Fair of Money in Pittsburgh 2014 Bullion Replica N/A 2000 CAD2699,95 Specimen version of Maple Leaf comes encapsulated and presented in a maroon flock-lined clamshell case and accompanied by a serialized certificate 2015 1/10 oz Gold Maple Theory of Relativity Privy N/A N/A N/A Frosted background version of Maple Leaf 1/10 oz with privy mark E=mc2 on the left 2015 Allied Gold/L'or des alliés Joel Kimmel 1,500 $649.

95 ¼ oz. Flight of the Norwegian National Treasury (part of Operation Fish, that brought British, French, and Norwegian gold to Canada).[15] The maple leaf of Canada is impaled with a Norwegian maple leaf. Privy-marked GML Year Privy Mark Denomination Size Mintage Special Notes 1997 Family Five Dollars ​1⁄10 oz 100,730 Made for Dillon Gage 1998 Eagles Five Dollars ​1⁄10-oz 51,440 Made for Dillon Gage 2000 Expo Hanover Ten Dollars ​1⁄4-oz 1,000 N/A 2001 Basle Coin Fair Ten Dollars ​1⁄4-oz 750 N/A 2001 Viking 50, 20, 10, 5, 1 1 oz, ​1⁄2-oz, ​1⁄4-oz, ​1⁄10-oz, ​1⁄20-oz 850 Issued as a five coin set 2005 Liberation Ten Dollars ​1⁄4 oz 1,000 Made for Royal Dutch Mint Maple Leaf Privy M7 Year Denomination Size Mintage Special Notes 2005 Ten Dollars ​1⁄4-oz 600 (other source 1300?) reverse background of the coin is a "bricks" motive instead of standard parallel lines bullion finishing as on the obverse; M7 privy mark is on the standard right position 2006 Ten Dollars ​1⁄4-oz 1093 (other source 1100?) reverse upper half of the background of the coin has standard parallel lines bullion finishing as on the obverse, and the lower half has frosted finishing; M7 privy mark is on the standard right position 2007 Ten Dollars ​1⁄4-oz 1000 - other source reverse upper half of the background of the coin is frosted, lower half - with curved "sun rays" motive partly frosted on the parallel standard bullion finishing; on the obverse standard parallel lines bullion finishing; M7 privy mark is on the standard right position Other fractional GML Year Description Denomination Size Mintage Issue Price Special Notes 2011 Maple Leaf variations - standard leaf 50, 10, 5, 1 1 oz, ​1⁄4 oz, ​1⁄10 oz, ​1⁄20 oz 750 CAD3739,95 Issued as a four coin set in a wodden box plus a gold plated silver medallion - A centennial of world-class refining, all coins double dated 1911-2011, additionally on 1 oz coin privy mark "100 years/ans" 2012 Maple Leaf variations - three leaves 50, 20, 10, 5, 1 1 oz, ​1⁄2 oz, ​1⁄4 oz, ​1⁄10 oz, ​1⁄20 oz 750 CAD3999,95 Issued as a five coin set in a wodden box - 5th Anniversary of the Million Dollar Coin 2013 Maple Leaf variations - two leaves 50, 10, 5, 1 1 oz, ​1⁄4 oz, ​1⁄10 oz, ​1⁄20 oz 600 CAD3899,95 Issued as a four coin set in a wodden box - 25th Anniversary Fractional Set 2014 Maple Leaf variations - three leaves 50, 10, 5, 1 1 oz, ​1⁄4 oz, ​1⁄10 oz, ​1⁄20 oz 600 CAD3999,95 Issued as a four coin set in a wodden box 2015 Maple Leaf variations - one leaf 50, 10, 5, 1 1 oz, ​1⁄4 oz, ​1⁄10 oz, ​1⁄20 oz 600 CAD3999,95 Issued as a four coin set in a wodden box, every 1 oz coin is numbered, different maple leaf on every coin 2016 Maple Leaf variations - one leaf with crown and letters 50, 10, 5, 1 1 oz, ​1⁄4 oz, ​1⁄10 oz, ​1⁄20 oz 600 CAD3999,95 Issued as a four coin set in a wodden box, every 1 oz coin is numbered, obverse with crowned queen Definition of finishes Bullion Brilliant relief against a parallel lined background.

Proof Frosted relief against a mirror background Specimen Brilliant relief on a satin background. See also Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf Gold as an investment References ^ http://www.mint.ca/store/content/bullionProductDetails.jsp?itemId=prod1630042&cat=Products&nId=7400002&parentnId=1300002&nodeGroup=About+the+Mint ^ "Royal Canadian Mint introduces world's first 100-kilogram pure gold coin".

May 3, 2007. Retrieved 2008-03-20. ^ "The Million Dollar Coin – a true milestone in minting" ^ "Massive $1M gold coin from Canadian Mint stolen in Berlin" The Associated Press. March 27, 2017 ^ "Gold Maple Leaf Coins". Retrieved 2014-03-10. ^ "Maples - Coin of the Day". Nov 22, 2013. Retrieved 2014-03-10. ^ The Problem with Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins ^ "The finish on normal bullion maples is, in our opinion, rather disappointing, with striation marks visible where either the blanks or the dies, possibly both, have been polished prior to striking.

These striation marks look like scratches, especially when trying to capture high quality photographic images." ^ "we don't like the production quality of them (Gold Maples), preferring nuggets or Britannias" ^ Charlton Standard Catalogue of Canadian Coins, 60th Edition, p. 442 ^ "Goldmünze im Wert von einer Million Dollar gestohlen". Retrieved 2017-03-27. ^ Solid gold coin worth $4m stolen from Berlin museum BBC (www.

bbc.com). Retrieved on 2017-03-27. ^ Charlton Standard Catalogue of Canadian Coins, 60th Edition, p.440 ^ a b “Maples will sport Olympic Rings”, Bret Evans, Canadian Coin News, September 4 to September 17, 2007 ^ Mint: 1/4 oz. Pure Gold Coin - Allied Gold - Mintage: 1,500 (2015) External links Royal Canadian Mint Monarchy - Royal Canadian Mint ScotiaMocatta Maple Leafs Get New Packaging Royal Canadian Mint Act v t e Canadian banknotes and coins Canadian coinage 1¢ (penny) 5¢ (nickel) 10¢ (dime) 25¢ (quarter) 50¢ (50-cent piece) $1 (Voyageur dollar) $1 (loonie) $2 (toonie) Commemorative coins Royal Canadian Mint numismatic coins (20th century) Royal Canadian Mint numismatic coins (2000s) Royal Canadian Mint numismatic coins (2010s) Royal Canadian Mint ice hockey coins Royal Canadian Mint Olympic coins Royal Canadian Mint RCMP coins Silver dollar Gold Maple Leaf Silver Maple Leaf Platinum Maple Leaf Big Maple Leaf Ottawa Mint sovereign Canadian banknotes $5 $10 $20 $50 $100 Commemorative banknotes Withdrawn banknotes Canadian banknotes by Series 1935 Series 1937 Series 1954 Series Scenes of Canada Birds of Canada Canadian Journey Series Frontier Series Historical currencies of Canada New France livre Canadian pound New Brunswick pound Newfoundland pound Nova Scotian pound Prince Edward Island pound British Columbia dollar New Brunswick dollar Nova Scotian dollar Prince Edward Island dollar Newfoundland dollar Early Canadian banking system Newfoundland dollar 1¢ 5¢ 10¢ 20¢ 25¢ 50¢ $2 Coins of the Newfoundland dollar Organizations and institutions Bank of Canada Canadian Bank Note Company Royal Canadian Numismatic Association Canadian Numismatic Association medals and awards Canadian Paper Money Society Currency Museum Royal Canadian Mint Community currencies Calgary dollar Toronto dollar Canadian Tire money Salt Spring dollar Pioneer Bonus Bucks Mac's Dollars (Whitehorse, YT) Other Canadian dollar History of Canadian currency List of people on coins of Canada List of foreign countries with coinage struck at the Royal Canadian Mint Royal Canadian Mint tokens and medallions Retrieved from "https://en.

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