Sell 1 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Las Vegas (Price Value)

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Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Price (Value)

The Gold Maple Leaf has a face value of 50 Canadian dollars and is considered legal tender, which means it can be used to pay debt and taxes. However, its real market value is dependent on gold’s current spot price (which changes daily). The Gold Maple Leaf has a millesimal fineness of .9999 gold (24-karats) or 99.99% fine gold. It has a standard weight of 1 troy ounce (31.10 grams).

There are other size denominations as well that include ​1⁄25 oz., ​1⁄20 oz., ​1⁄10 oz., ​1⁄4 oz., and ​1⁄2 oz. The coins have a corresponding face value of CAD$0.50, CAD$1, CAD$5, CAD$10, and CAD$20.

Below are the factors that influence the prices of Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coins:

  • Collectability
  • Weight
  • Spot Price

The spot price is constantly changing with respect to the gold market, as coin buyers, we base our prices on the US spot price for gold. To Know more about spot prices click on the link below and make sure to set the reference to the US market.

https://www.kitco.com/charts/livegold.html

Overview

The Gold Maple Leaf or GML is a Canadian gold bullion coin that is released yearly by the Canadian Government. The Royal Canadian Mint mints the coin. The coin is struck from 99.99% pure gold, which means the coin is extremely malleable and vulnerable to dents when not packaged properly. Some Gold Maple Leaf buyers might be discouraged from buying if there is damage to the coin.

Design

The obverse side of the coin is designed by Walter Ott. It depicts the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen is shown wearing a pearl necklace and an earring. The name ELIZABETH II is shown on the top of the Queen’s image, while the year of issue and the coin’s face value is listed under the Queen’s profile.

The first Gold Maple Leaf that was minted depicts a younger Queen Elizabeth II, but in 1990 the design was changed to depict a more mature image of the Queen.

The reverse side of the Gold Maple Leaf is the most distinguishable image in the world of bullion, the Maple Leaf, it is also Canada’s national symbol. The name CANADA is shown on top of the coin, while the numbers 9999 is on the left and right of the coin. The words FINE GOLD and the coin’s weight appears on the bottom.

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