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Mint State Gold sells Royal Canadian Mint Platinum Maple Leaf coins, an excellent choice for anyone who wants to invest in this valuable precious metal. Canadian platinum coins combine all the benefits of other platinum bullion with the emphasis on design innovation the country’s mint is famous for. As a result, they are ideal for both investors and collectors. Browse our inventory of products using the links on this page and discover for yourself the benefits of buying Royal Canadian Mint platinum coins from Mint State Gold.

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What Is Platinum?

Platinum is a precious metal used in electronics, automotive parts, medical devices, and jewelry, among other applications. Its name derives from the Spanish word platinameaning ‘little silver’ — and reflects its initial European discovery following the colonization of the new world.

Platinum is similar to palladium in many ways, but far rarer. Today, only two sites mine it on a commercial scale, located in South Africa and the Ural Mountains. Even in these facilities, it is often necessary to extract more than 10 tons of material to produce a single ounce of platinum.

Platinum Maple Leaf Coins

The Royal Canadian Mint produced its first Platinum Maple Leaf coin in 1988. Though initially minted in a variety of denominations and sizes, a one-ounce, $50 version has been the standard since 2009. As of 2017, this is the country's only official platinum bullion. It features 9995 pure platinum with the iconic maple leaf design on the obverse and a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II created by Canadian artist Susanna Blunt in 2003 on the reverse face.

The Platinum Maple Leaf was the world’s best-selling platinum bullion coin in 2012. Today, it remains a popular choice for both investors and collectors. Like other Royal Canadian Mint bullion products, the most recent Platinum Maple Leaf coins include several advanced security features to prevent counterfeiting and protect your investment.

Buying Canadian Platinum Bullion Coins

It is only possible to purchase Platinum Maple Leaf coins through official Canadian financial institutions, or from a reputable dealer like Mint State Gold. We carry Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf coins from various years, all of which are either Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) or certified Mint State (MS) by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) or the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC).

Purchase coins from us if you want a reliable, reputable partner for all your investing or collecting needs — shipping is free on most items. We can also assist you in choosing a selection of bullion coins to build out your precious metals portfolio, or track down a hard-to-find numismatic collectible you’re dying to have.

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If you're ready to buy platinum Royal Canadian Mint coins, place an order today through our secure online store, or contact our office for assistance. You can also check out our Investor Library to browse our selection of articles, covering topics such as the history of platinum and the benefits of investing in precious metals.

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