The Canadian Gold Maple Coins are the only gold coins in the world that has a purity of .9999. That means the Canadian Gold Maple coins are 24k gold coins.
No alloy or no other metal in it. This is the product of a special minting process used by the Royal Canadian Mint that minted the Canadian Maple Gold Coins.
The gold that was used to mint the Canadian Gold Maple Coins is mined in Canada.
The Canadian Gold Maple Coins was first presented in the world in 1979 as the official gold coins of Canada. It is minted in $1, $5, $10, $20 and $50.
The design of the Canadian Gold Maple Coins is one of the most beautiful designs of a coin in the world. The face of the coin is the bust of Queen Elizabeth II that was designed by Arnold Machin. The reverse side is the symbol of the Canadian maple leaf.
A $1 million Canadian Gold Maple Coin was introduced on May 3 2007. The purity of this coin is 99.999%. This was minted for the purposed of promoting the Royal Canadian Mint in the world or to give the mint a higher recognition.
To mark the 10th anniversary of the Canadian Gold Maple coins, an anniversary Canadian Gold Maple coins was minted in 1989. In 2004 a 25th anniversary Canadian Gold Maple coins was minted.
The Canadian Gold Maple coins are good as a collector’s item because of its rarity and beauty. It is also good as investment because you know that you have a pure gold in your possession.