Royal Canadian Mint
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This is a 1 oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coin from the Royal Canadian Mint.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 pure silver.
- Monetarily backed by issuing government, $5 CAD.
- Front obverse side (heads): An effigy of the late Queen Elizabeth II (subject to change post-2022 years) as well as the words ELIZABETH II, 5 DOLLARS as well as mintage date around the borders.
- Back reverse side (tails): National symbol of the Canadian Maple Leaf front and center with the words CANADA FINE SILVER 1 OZ ARGENT PUR as well as purity 9999.
- Purchases of 25 come in official mint tubes.
- Authentic product of Canada.
- Some variants may include small hallmarks, special dates and commemorative designs. We do not sort these.
Don't forget to add some cotton gloves or official mint tubes.
Silver Canadian Coins
The 1 oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coin is like the cool younger sibling of the gold version, shining bright but with a bit more sass. Introduced in 1988, when big hair and even bigger cell phones were all the rage, this coin decided silver was the new gold. It boasts a 99.99% silver purity, which is not just impressive but also a subtle reminder that Canadians do like their things extra pure – except for their maple syrup, of course. The coin features the iconic maple leaf, Canada's favorite tree (because who doesn't love trees that produce syrup?), and on the flip side, Queen Elizabeth II, who's been rocking the same look since forever.
The Royal Canadian Mint, where this silver star is born, has been around since 1908. It's older than sliced bread – literally – and has seen more coins than a Las Vegas slot machine. This Ottawa-based institution is known for its quirky sense of innovation, like that time it made a glow-in-the-dark coin because, why not? The Mint not only churns out coins but does so with a flair for creativity and a cheeky nod to Canadian culture. Whether it's producing the world’s first colored coin or coins that are more secure than a squirrel’s nut stash, the Royal Canadian Mint has a knack for keeping coin collectors and enthusiasts on their toes, eagerly anticipating what they'll come up with next.