Random Date Canada $50 1 oz. Palladium Maple Leaf
The Random Date Canada $50 Palladium Maple Leaf coin is an amazing release from the popular Maple Leaf series from the prestigious Royal Canadian Mint featuring the most famous symbol that portrays the Canadian nation – the Maple Leaf. This series is beautifully designed in various metals including silver, gold, platinum, and palladium and this coin is pure .9995 palladium, expertly struck on a 1 oz. coin by the Royal Canadian Mint with stunning engravings and multiple finishes to produce this fantastic series and is furthermore presented in the original Mint packaging.
Design of the Canada $50 1 oz. Palladium Maple Leaf Coin
The obverse design of this amazing coin contains the image of a Canadian Maple Leaf with the country of origin “CANADA” located at the top of this design and the purity of palladium “9995” located on the right and on the left sides of this coin. The inscription “FINE PALLADIUM 1 oz. PALLADIUM PUR” encircles this coin at the bottom.
The reverse design presents effigy of Her Majesty’s Queen Elizabeth II along with the denomination for this coin “50 DOLLARS” located at the bottom of this design. The edge of this coin contains a serrated design.
Why add the Canada $50 Palladium Maple Leaf in Original Mint Packaging coin to your collection?
This coin of extreme rarity as the mintage for this coin is the lowest mintage of all of the Maple Leaf coins across all metals, due to the fact that palladium is one of the rarest metals on earth. Palladium is a rare earth metal element in the platinum family, and is very closely related to platinum however is infinitely more rare. Palladium was discovered in 1803 and its uses in industry have grown significantly in recent past, along with its use in the auto industry and electronics.
The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf is the lowest mintage Maple Leaf coin consistently, and is very popular with collectors because of that fact. Designed in .9995 pure palladium, this coin is an excellent way to put some of this rare metal in your portfolio in a form that is backed by the Canadian government and IRA approved.
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