Compare Palladium Maple Prices
The Palladium Maple Leaf is the Palladium bullion coin of Canada and is produced by the Royal Canadian Mint with a purity of 99.95% pure palladium, the same level of purity as its platinum equivalent. They were first introduced in November of 2005 unitl 2006, then again in 2009, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019 & 2020. Unlike the Gold Maple Leaf and Silver Maple Leaf coins, Paladium Maple coins were issued only the 1 Ounce version.
As legal tender of Canada, the coins feature a portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse (by famous artist and sculptor Arnold Machin), with inscriptions indicating her name, the face value of the coin ($50) and the year of minting. The reverse contains the iconic maple leaf from which the coins take their name, designed by Walter Ott renowned engraver and artist at the Royal Canadian Mint. It also includes the inscription CANADA, 1oz and 9995 FINE PALLADIUM and 9995 PALLADIUM PUR.
Palladium Maple Technical Specifications
|1 oz||$50||31.103g||0.9995 Toz||34.00mm||2.67mm
|(2015 onwards) 1 oz ||$50||31.103g||0.9995 Toz||33.00mm||2.87mm
Produced irregularly, and in relatively small numbers means Palladium Maples are rarer than their Gold, Silver and even Platinum counterparts.