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2019 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin

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BOLD Precious Metals
Free Shipping @ $99
$150.55 $12.56
(9.10% prem)
SD Bullion
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$150.58 $12.59
(9.12% prem)
Monument Metals
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$151.60 $13.61
(9.86% prem)
Silver Gold Bull
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$152.29 $14.30
(10.36% prem)
Provident Metals
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$152.74 $14.75
(10.69% prem)
Bullion Exchanges
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$152.77 $14.78
(10.71% prem)
Free Shipping @ $99
$152.85 $14.86
(10.77% prem) $153.33 $15.34
(11.12% prem)
BGASC $158.28 $20.29
(14.70% prem)
Free Shipping @ $149
$162.00 $24.01
(17.40% prem)

2019 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin Melt Value

The 2019 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin coin contains .1 troy ounces of gold bullion. The melt value of one 2019 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin coin is $137.99 based on the current gold spot price.

The average price for 2019 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin for the past 7 days is $151.63.

Prices Last Updated: Jun 19, 2019 08:30 pm

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Since it's introduction in 1978, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coin is one of the most-sought after gold bullion coins in the world. The 2019 release is the 40th anniversary of this popular and highly recognized coin series. The 2019 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin is available from trusted and reputable online bullion dealers. Coin Highlights:

  • 40th anniversary of the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf!
  • Contains 1/10 Troy oz of .9999 pure gold in BU condition.
  • Issued a face value of $5 (CAD) by Canada.
  • The obverse features a profile picture of Queen Elizabeth II.
  • The reverse face includes a rendition of the Sugar Maple leaf.

The Royal Canadian Mint began producing the 1/10 oz Gold Maple Leaf coin starting in 1986. The Canadian Gold Maple Leaf series evolved three times early on in its existence. The first evolution came in November 1982 when the purity of the coins was increased from .999 to .9999 fine gold. At that same time, the 1/4 oz and 1/10 oz coins were added to the series. The third big change early came in 1986 with the addition of the 1/2 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins. On the reverse of 2019 1/4 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins is the image of a sugar maple leaf. The nations iconic symbol dates back to the 18th century as a symbol of French Canadian provinces and has been featured on the Gold Maple Leaf coinage since 1979. The maple leaf is surrounded by engravings denoting the nation of issue, purity, weight, and metal content. The obverse of 2019 Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins features the right-profile portrait designed by Susanna Blunt of Queen Elizabeth II. This is the fourth-generation design on gold Maple Leaf coins that was released in 2003. The Royal Canadian Mint is the official sovereign mint of Canada. Founded in 1908, the mint has facilities in Ottawa and Winnipeg. searches over 30 national, reputable and trusted bullion dealers to find the lowest prices on 2019 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin and other Canada Gold Maple Leafs products. The prices on our site for gold bullion and coins are updated hourly and adjusted for gold spot price. We give you the tools to compare gold prices from reputable and trusted bullion dealers. Compare 2019 1/10 oz Canadian Gold Maple Leaf Coin prices across bullion dealers to pay the lowest price.

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Weight .1 troy ounces
Country Canada
Type Gold Coins
Mint Royal Canadian Mint