1989 1 oz Silver Canadian Maple Leaf - Sealed in Original Mint Plastic
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Buy 1989 1 oz Silver Canadian Maple Leaf - Sealed in Original Mint Plastic
Since the first mintage of the Silver Canadian Maple Leaf in 1988 by the Royal Canadian Mint, each coin has contained 99.99% pure silver. At that time this was the purest silver found on the market. The 1989 1 Oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf maintains this standard. It also boasts a face value of $5 dollars, which is the highest among similar one ounce silver coins.
The Canadian Maple Leaf has been Canada's national symbol since the 18th century. It appears on the country's previous and current flags, and on its coat of arms. With its iconic image, the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf appeals to both first time buyers as well as experienced collectors for its quality strike and high silver purity. Most Canadian Maple Leaf coins are packaged in tubes but these are still sealed in the original mint plastic further contributing to their desirability among collectors.
The obverse features a young Queen Elizabeth II looking off to the right, with "Elizabeth II" inscribed above her. The face value and year appear below. The reverse of this coin displays a detailed image of Canada's national symbol, the Canadian Maple Leaf. Flanking on either side of it are the .9999 fineness of this silver coin. The word "CANADA" rounds the top of the coin and below the leaf reads "FINE SILVER 1 OZ ARGENT PUR."
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