About 2023 25 x 1 Gram Gold Maplegram sheet – Royal Canadian Mint
Start adding grams to your pile slowly but surely with the help of a 25-gram sheet of 2023 MapleGram Gold Coins today!
There is nothing like the 25-gram (25 x 1g) MapleGram Sheet of Gold Coins. It is valued among collectors and investors because it is comprised of pure gold, but its one-of-a-kind design also gives it many other merits. Sheets are segmented into blister packs, allowing investors to liquidate each gram coin individually or as a whole conveniently.
You will find the iconic sugar maple leaf on the obverse field of the 2023 25 Gram Canadian Gold MapleGrams. A typical symbol of the provinces and towns in Canada since the first European arrival is the sugar maple leaf.
Every product comes with a unique serial number, assuring its authenticity and seal of approval from the most well-known and prestigious mint in the world, the Royal Canadian Mint. Queen Elizabeth II features on the reverse side of the coin as Queen of England, with a bald eagle hovering behind her, also a first for Canadian coinage. Susanna Blunt created the design in 2003 as the fourth generation of the effigy.
- Manufacturer: Germania Mint
- Purity: .9999
- Mintage: 25,000
- Inner Pack: 3 mm
- Diameter: 38.61 mm
- Series: The Allegories
- Edge: Reeded
- Capsule size: 39 mm
- Packaging Type: Plastic Capsule
- Contains 25 pieces of 1 gram 9999 fine gold.
- The product ships in a segmented blister pack.
- You will find the iconic sugar maple leaf on the obverse field of the 2023 25 Gram Canadian Gold Maple Grams.
- Queen Elizabeth II features on the reverse side of the coin as Queen of England, with a bald eagle hovering behind her, also a first for Canadian coinage.
- Manufacturer: Royal Canadian Mint
- Purity: .9999
- Diameter: 8 mm
- Denomination: CAD 0.50
- Packaging Type: Blister Pack
More About 25 x 1 Gram Maple Sheet
Canada’s Royal Canadian Mint is known as one of the most trustworthy mints in the world, starting its legacy in 1908 in Ottawa as the Ottawa Branch of the Royal Mint. When the Canadian government gave it control, it was renamed the Royal Canadian Mint in 1931.
As one of the world’s leading producers of gold and silver bullion coins, the Royal Canadian Mint is renowned for its high quality and purity.