|Country: Canada||Metal Purity: 999||Box: Yes|
|Year of Issue: 2013||Weight: 31.39 g||CoA: Yes|
|Face Value: 5 dollars||Dimensions: 34|
|ID: CA0103||Quality: Proof|
|Mintage quantity: 10000 pcs|
This silver Canadian coin issued in 2013 is a numismatic tribute to a maple leaf, Canada’s treasured national symbol. Throughout history, it has gained importance as the most recognizable symbol of the country. Since its first release in 1988, the Silver Maple Leaf bullion coin has been minted annually with one troy ounce of 9999 fine silver and the face value of 5 dollars.
The obverse of this silver coin with selective gold plating bears the effigy of Her Majesty Elizabeth II from the 1988 original by Arnold Machin. It is surrounded by the inscriptions denoting the Queen’s name, the face value of the coin, its issuing year and the Latin title By the Grace of God, Queen.
The reverse image by Canadian artist Jean-Louis Sirois illustrates a perennial Canadian maple leaf enriched with selective gold plating. This highly polished maple leaf is set within a stylized gold-plated one, with a large shadow outline of the same leaf. The inscriptions on the reverse include the 25th anniversary, the name of the issuing country, pure weight of the coin and metal fineness. Guaranteed by the Government of Canada for their weight and purity, Maple Leaf coins are utterly liquid, easily bought and sold anywhere in the world where precious metals are traded. Don’t delay purchasing this iconic Maple Leaf silver coin issued with the worldwide mintage of 10 000 pieces!