* Detailed Micro-Engraved Security Features *
Quantities of 25 ship in mint tubes and Quantities of 500 ship in a sealed monster box.
The 2016 Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin contains the same security features and overall design as the 2014 coins. These unique features include a privy mark on the reverse and radial lines which make counterfeiting the coins nearly impossible. Like all previous coins, the 2015 Canadian Silver Maple Leaf is minted in 1 troy ounce of .9999 fine silver.
Canada is known around the globe as a land of majestic natural wonder and wide-open space. There are few symbols that are more commonly associated with the nation of Canada than the maple leaf. The image of a maple leaf is found front and center on the national flag, and one of the NHL’s Original 6 franchises is the Toronto Maple Leafs. The Royal Canadian Mint also pays homage to this national symbol on the new 2016 Canadian Silver Maple Leaf coin.
The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf is the flagship silver bullion coin produced each year by the Royal Canadian Mint. The primary image on the 2015 coin features an intricately detailed maple leaf, with every detail easily visible. On the opposite side of the coin, the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is again featured as it is on numerous other coins designed by the mint each year. The image of Queen Elizabeth is based upon a 2003 rendering by Canadian portrait artist Susanna Blunt.
On the reverse side of the 2016 Silver Canadian Maple Leaf is the brand new maple leaf design. Above the image, the word “Canada” is stamped in all capital letters with an upward arch. There is a dual purity stamp of “.9999” on either side of the maple leaf image. Below the image, the metal content of the coin is featured. On the obverse side, Blunt’s image of Queen Elizabeth II is featured with the words “Elizabeth II” and “5 Dollars 2016” stamped above and below her portrait.
The Royal Canadian Mint is one of the most advanced precious metal manufacturing facilities in the world. The mint was founded at the turn of the 20th century to process the gold discovered in the Yukon Territory. Today, the mint is responsible for producing commemorative and circulation coins for the Government of Canada.
Be sure to also check out the mint-sealed 2015 Silver Maple Leaf Monster Box and the 2015 Silver Maple Leaf Tube. Should you have any questions about these coins, don’t hesitate to give us a call on 1800 BULLION. Additionally you can contact us email.
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