Although not in current production, this high-quality .9995 pure platinum coin from the Royal Canadian Mint remains in high demand and can be located on the secondary market. From 1988 through 1999, the Royal Canadian Mint issued Platinum Maple Leaf coins in one-ounce, one-half-ounce, one-quarter- ounce and one-tenth-ounce sizes.
Each coin is manufactured to meet the high quality standards of the Royal Canadian Mint, and the weight, purity and face value of each coin are guaranteed by the Canadian government.
Platinum Canadian Maple Leaf coins provide investors with the means to diversify, balance and stabilize a well-rounded investment portfolio. These coins enable you to take advantage of the significant price appreciation potential that today's platinum market can offer.
The national symbol of Canada, a single maple leaf adorns the reverse of this beautiful coin, while the obverse bears a sculpture of Queen Elizabeth II. It is struck in pure .9995 fine platinum and carries a face value of 50 Canadian dollars. This coin is sought by collectors and investors because of its beauty and high quality strike necessary to meet the standards of the Royal Canadian Mint. These bullion coins make both a handsome and practical addition to your portfolio. Please view pictures of the coin to the left.
Content Face Diameter Thickness Purity
1.00-Oz $50.00 30.0 mm 2.87 mm .9995
0.50-Oz $20.00 25.0 mm n/a .9995
0.25-Oz $10.00 20.0 mm n/a .9995
0.10-Oz $ 5.00 16.0 mm n/a .9995
0.05-Oz $ 1.00 14.1 mm n/a .9995
The content is based on a Troy Ounce and the face value is Canadian dollars.
The minimum domestic order is $1,000 and the minimum international order is 15 ounces of platinum, plus shipping charges.
All domestic orders of 10 or more ounces of platinum will receive FREE Shipping & Handling (via U.S. insured mail or common carrier). If your domestic order is less than 10 ounces of platinum, your price will include a slightly higher premium and shipping charges will apply. Any questions, just contact us.
Platinum Maple Leafs come in tubes from the Royal Canadian Mint. Platinum buyers who buy small quantities will probably receive their Platinum Maple Leafs in vinyl sleeves. Maple Leafs are .9995 fine, are legal tender, and sell at prices that reflect the value of their platinum content, not their face values
The price of a Canadian Maple Leaf Platinum Coin is based on the current market "spot platinum ask price," as noted in the above graph, plus a small premium per coin. The spot price of silver (and all precious metals) is reported every business day in all major newspapers, network television and radio and online.
Canadian Maple Leaf Platinum (1-oz) Coin
sells for spot platinum ask price plus (call for quote).