Canadian Gold Maple Leaf coins were first issued in 1979. At the time, the only readily available 1 ounce gold bullion coin was the 22 karat South Aftrican Krugerrand. The introduction of the 24 karat Canadian Maple Leaf raised the standard of purity available in gold bullion. By the early 80s, it outsold the Kruggerand, and has held it’s international popularity ever since.
The materials for the Canadian Maple Leaf comes from gold mines in Canada. The coins are produced by the Royal Canadian mint, and guaranteed by the Government of Canada.
In Ancient Egypt, gold was fashioned into wafers as a means of storing it. This historical practice has persisted through the ages, and today wafers are one of the most common forms in which gold bullion is bought and sold in international markets.
In 1998 the Royal Canadian Mint introduced their one ounce wafer, in .9999fine gold, joining such renowned makers as Johnson Matthey, Credit Suisse and Engelhard as refineries.
10 oz=311.1gms 5oz=155.5gms 1oz=31.1 20gmsbar 15gmsbar 10gms bar 5gms bar 2.5gms bar 1gmbar
Krugerrand gold coins are 91.7% pure gold and are available in following denomination. The Each 1 oz coin weighs 33.93 grams (consisting of 31.1 grams pure gold and 2.83 grams copper). Krugerrand gold coins come in following denominations:
Sonali Jewellers specializes in the sale of silver bullion. Silver can be purchases as 1oz, 5 oz, 10 oz, 20 oz or 50, 100 oz bars subject to availability.
Silver bars contain of 99.9% pure silver bearing the hallmark of the refiner.
Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins are one of the world’s most recognized silver bullion coin. After the success of the Canadian gold maple leaf coin, the Royal Canadian Mint began producing the silver maple leaf in 1988.
It is minted with one troy ounce of fine silver. Its 99.99% purity is the purest silver coin in regular mintage. They make unique and affordable gifts, and are a convenient way to collect silver bullion.
The front face displays a widely recognizable Canadian maple leaf symbol. The reverse side features Queen Elizabeth II . It was the first silver coin to display the new image of the Queen.
We sell any quantity of gold & silver bullion (coins and bars) – for a current quote please call 403-568-7662. Remember to specify the quantity you intend to purchase as this may affect the price you are quoted.