Sell Canadian Maple Leaf | Canadian Maple Leaf Value – Las Vegas, NV

The Canadian Maple Leaf comes in gold and silver versions. These are bullion coins annually issued by the Government of Canada and produced by the Royal Canadian Mint. However, its value is more significant than just its monetary proportions. It depicts the national pride of Canada and pays homage to the reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. As a result, a lot of people use the Maple Leaf coin as an investment. Read below to learn more about where to sell Canadian Maple Leaf and how coin experts evaluate Canadian Maple Leaf value.

Value of Canadian Maple Leaf

When you sell your Canadian Maple Leaf coin, its value is primarily determined by its metal content. Since the coin comes in both gold and silver versions, its value will be determined by the spot price of the corresponding metal. Aside from the spot price of the metal—gold or silver, other factors are also in play, such as:

  • Condition of coin
  • Year minted
  • Mintmark

To learn more about the spot price of gold, click here; for the spot price of silver, click here.

Sell Canadian Maple Leaf

Nevada Coin Mart is the largest coin buyer of Canadian Maple Leaf coins! In fact, we offer a free quote or in-store evaluation of our client’s items to ensure the fair and actual value of their items. We use a state-of-the-art X-ray spectrometer to evaluate and analyze your item to ensure that you get the best offer in the market.

For more information, you can visit us at our store at Nevada Coin Mart® 4065 S. Jones Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89103, or call us at 702-998-4000. We are open 365 times a year, from 9 am to 6 pm.

Brief History 

In 1908, the Royal Mint in Ottawa struck a gold sovereign coin and a “C” for Canada. Afterwhich, in March 1912, the Department of Finance asked the Royal Mint to mint 8,000 pieces of five-dollar gold coins and 8,000 pieces of ten-dollar gold coins. These coins then became the first Canadian gold coins. The coin has the word “Canada” on it and the country’s coat of arms.

Decades later, in 1979, the Royal Canadian Mint started producing one-ounce gold bullion with a $50 face value. The Canadian government guarantees the coins for their weight and purity. The coin is made of 99.9% pure gold. The Canadian Maple leaf soon became one of the most popular gold coins worldwide. The coin is minted and issued once a year.

The coin features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The coins that 1979 coins until 1989 feature a 39-year-old queen. Meanwhile, since 2014, the coin has been featuring a portrait of 79-year-old Queen Elizabeth II.

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