1oz Platinum Maple Leaf Coin – Random Year
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The 1oz Platinum Maple Leaf Coin is a great alternative to gold and silver to diversify your investment portfolio. Since its introduction in 1988, the iconic Maple Leaf has been a highly sought-after Royal Canadian Mint bullion investment coin. This one-ounce 99.95% pure Platinum coin is one of the longest-running platinum coins available in the market.
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About the Manufacturer
Royal Canadian Mint
The Royal Canadian Mint is one of the most respected and renowned mints in the world, with a history dating back over 100 years. Based in Ottawa, Canada, the mint is known for its exceptional quality and precision in the production of coins and medals. The Royal Canadian Mint produces a wide range of products, including circulation coins, commemorative coins, bullion coins, and medals, using state-of-the-art technology and traditional techniques.
The mint is also a leading supplier of coins and blanks to mints around the world. The Royal Canadian Mint is committed to sustainability and responsible sourcing, using only ethically sourced precious metals and implementing environmentally responsible practices in its operations. The company is a pioneer in the development of cutting-edge security features, including advanced laser engraving and micro-engraving technologies, to prevent counterfeiting and ensure the integrity of its products.
With a reputation for excellence and innovation, the Royal Canadian Mint is a trusted name in the global precious metals market and a popular choice for investors, collectors, and governments around the world. The mint has earned numerous awards and accolades for its exceptional quality and design, including recognition as a world-class mint by the International Association of Currency Affairs. The Royal Canadian Mint is also known for its commemorative coins celebrating Canadian culture, history, and natural wonders, making it a unique and cherished part of Canadian heritage.