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The Gold Maple Leaf is a Canadian coin which has been minted by Royal Canadian Mint since 1979. Therefore it is one of the oldest gold bullion coins in the world. Next to the Krugerrand, the Maple Leaf gold coin is the most widespread gold coin. The batch number partly outranked the Krugerrand.
The front of the coin shows a maple leaf which is also depicted on the national flag of Canada. On the back, like on all coins of the Commonwealth, the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is visible. Since 2013, the 1 ounce version of the Maple Leaf gold coin bears an additional security feature: a small maple leaf with the last two digits of the year of mint. Inscriptions on the coin are written in the two national Canadian languages, English and French.
Originally, the Gold Maple Leaf was only available in 1 ounce with a value of 50 Canadian Dollar. Meanwhile, units of 1/20 ounce, 1/10 ounce, 1/4 ounce and 1/2 ounce exist. In addition a special mint of 1/15 ounce was produced in 1994. The fineness of the Maple Leaf gold coin is at 999,9. Since 1988 the coin is available in silver and platinum, since 2005 also in palladium.