The gold Maple Leaf coin is the world’s most popular pure gold coin. Since their introduction in 1979, over 20 million troy ounces have been sold. It is the first bullion coin to achieve the heightened standard of .9999 fine. 1/10 coins contain .10 troy ounces each. Picture is a likeness only.

Location: New York Price (Price per Ounce): $161.53 / $1615.30

Purchase Amount Price (Price per Ounce)
$1000 - $49999.99 $161.53 / $1615.30
$50000 - $499999.99 $161.14 / $1611.40
$500000 - $999999.99 $160.82 / $1608.20
$1000000+ $160.50 / $1605.00

Location: Salt Lake City Price (Price per Ounce): $161.53 / $1615.30

Purchase Amount Price (Price per Ounce)
up to $49999.99 $161.53 / $1615.30
$50000 - $499999.99 $161.14 / $1611.40
$500000 - $999999.99 $160.82 / $1608.20
$1000000+ $160.50 / $1605.00

Weight: 0.1oz

The Gold Canadian Maple Leaf is one of the most sought after gold coins in the entire world. The Maple Leaf is a 24-karat gold coin, containing 99.99% pure gold. Each 1/10 oz coin contains 0.1 troy ounces of fine gold bullion. A beautiful coin, Queen Elizabeth II is featured on its front. The iconic maple leaf is displayed on the back. Backed by the Canadian government, the 0.10 oz Maple Leaf has a face value of $5 Canadian. It is considered legal tender within Canada and can be held within a precious metals IRA.

Fractional gold coins such as the 1/10 oz Canadian Maple Leaf are an excellent choice for smaller investors. However, investors should be aware that they can carry higher premiums than larger coins. Given its worldwide popularity and liquidity, the Canadian Maple Leaf is an excellent choice from an investment point of view. Add a 1/10 oz Canadian Maple Leaf gold coin to your portfolio today.

OUR STANDARD FOR QUALITY

The Hard Assets Alliance offers only bullion from the world's top wholesalers and dealers. No numismatics or rare coins - only widely recognized sovereign coins and standard bullion bars.

Why? Because they hold their value more consistently than any other form of precious metal. Accepted at monetary exchanges, coin dealers, and banks around the world, the bullion we offer is among the most liquid forms of precious metal on earth.