Royal Canadian Mint

Royal Canadian Mint

Looking for an alternative to U.S. gold bullion, or interested in collecting Canadian gold coins? Mint State Gold can help. We specialize in rare and investment-grade coinage from around the world and are proud to offer our customers a carefully curated selection of Royal Canadian Mint gold bullion coins in various denominations. Follow the links on this page to explore current Royal Canadian Mint

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Looking for an alternative to U.S. gold bullion, or interested in collecting Canadian gold coins? Mint State Gold can help. We specialize in rare and investment-grade coinage from around the world and are proud to offer our customers a carefully curated selection of Royal Canadian Mint gold bullion coins in various denominations. Follow the links on this page to explore current Royal Canadian Mint coins available for sale from Mint State Gold. Our inventory changes regularly — if you can’t find what you’re looking for online, get in touch with one of our experts. There’s a good chance we can source it for you, or recommend a suitable alternative if you’re buying for investment purposes.

Gold and the Royal Canadian Mint

The Royal Canadian Mint was created in 1908, producing the country's first domestically minted coin — a 50 cent piece — that year. Founded at the height of the country's northern gold rush, the organization has a long history of working with precious metals. The RCM built its own refinery in 1911, where it took raw gold and produced bullion-quality bars for Great Britain. Increasing demand led to the creation of a new refinery in 1936. With that, the RCM began offering its services to more countries around the world.

Despite this, it wasn’t until 1979 that the Royal Canadian Mint produced its first Canadian gold coins. Three years later, the organization became the first to mint .9999 fine gold bullion coins. In 1999, they broke another barrier, producing bullion with .99999 purity.

Buying and Collecting Canadian Maple Leaf Coins

Today, the Royal Canadian Mint produces its Gold Canadian Maple Leaf coins in $50, one-ounce versions, and several fractional denominations. The design features a maple leaf, the national symbol of Canada, on the reverse. The obverse currently depicts Susanna Blunt’s 2003 design of Queen Elizabeth II in profile.

Because Royal Canadian Mint gold coins are so pure, they are not meant for general circulation. Rather, their value is tied to the market price of gold, making them an excellent choice for investors. At 99.999%, the Gold Maple Leaf is the purest gold bullion coin being sold by any country today.

Why Invest in Gold?

Customers buy our gold Royal Canadian Mint coins for two reasons: to invest or to collect. For collectors, the appeal of Canadian gold coinage is obvious. For investors, there are several reasons to add one of our products to your portfolio. Many consider gold bullion from anywhere in the world to be an effective hedge against inflation. Their purity, along with the fact that they use gold exclusively from Canadian sources, makes Royal Canadian Mint products highly sought-after.

Whatever your reasons for purchasing a Gold Maple Leaf or other Royal Canadian Mint coins, you can shop with confidence at Mint State Gold. We are a longstanding partner to collectors and investors worldwide. Count on our team for expertise and integrity in any purchase.

Place your order online, or contact our office to speak with a representative directly and learn more about any of our products.

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