Canadian Maple Leafs are one of the most popular gold bullion coins in the world. The 1/20 oz Gold Canadian Maple Leaf variant debuted in 1993, and has been minted regularly since then. Each of these coins contain 1.555 grams of pure 24 karat gold. They are legal tender in Canada, with a face value of 1 dollar. This fractional Maple Leaf is a miniature size, smaller than that of a U.S. dime. These coins are of common dates, and are distributed based on our inventory.
The obverse of the 1/20 troy ounce Gold Maple is the same image on the popular 1 oz Gold Maple. It is composed of a centered and polished right facing portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen's name is arched across the top of the rim. The 1 dollar denomination is located on the bottom, along with the year, which will vary from 1993-present depending on available stock. The reverse of this coin is a highly detailed depiction of the iconic maple leaf.
The Royal Canadian Mint was formed in 1908 and has since been producing some of the purest and highest quality silver and gold bullion products in the world. The Canadian gold maple is one of the most recognizable and widely traded government issued gold bullion coins available.