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Palladium Maple Leaf Coins

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Over the years, attractive supply and demand fundamentals have boosted palladium’s popularity; and investing in palladium Maple Leaf coins may present an ideal way for you to take advantage of palladium’s price appreciation potential. Discover more about this unique metal’s value and learn how to buy palladium Maple Leaf coins today.
Please call an Account Representative at 800-444-8317 for pricing and availability.
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What to Know Before Ordering

Palladium Maple Leaf Coins at a Glance:

  • 1 troy ounce of .9995 pure palladium
  • 1.299 inch (33 mm) diameter
  • $50 CAD Face Value
  • Produced and struck by the Royal Canadian Mint
  • Eligible for your Precious Metals IRA
  • Sold individually or in units of 10 coins

Monex proudly offers remarkable 1 oz palladium Maple Leaf coins for sale through our knowledgeable Account Representatives. Contact us today for more information.

Monex account representatives are available between 5:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Pacific time each Monday through Friday (except national holidays) and on many weekends.

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Palladium Canadian Maple Leafs Design and Specifications

Despite being a lesser known precious metal, palladium continues to find support from investors. With many applications in product manufacturing, palladium is also highly valued in the commercial sector. Used interchangeably with platinum in various industrial applications, palladium prices shift largely in unison with industrial demand.

Accordingly, investors may take advantage of these shifts to invest in palladium coins. Investors buy palladium coins for their monetary benefits as a store of value and portfolio diversification. Investing in bullion coins like the 1 oz. palladium Canadian Maple Leaf is also popular because they are convenient to store and easy to liquidate.

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First minted in 2005, the palladium Maple Leaf is the newest member of the Maple Leaf family of pure bullion coins. Each palladium Maple Leaf coin features Canada's national symbol on the coin's reverse, and an updated portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the obverse side. The one ounce coin is struck in pure .9995 fine palladium at the Royal Canadian Mint and carries a face value of 50 Canadian dollars. Each coin is manufactured to meet the high quality standards of the Royal Canadian Mint, and the weight, purity and face value of each coin are all guaranteed by the Canadian government.

Monex offers 1 oz palladium Maple Leafs in units of 10 coins. The coins can be purchased outright for personal delivery. These coins are also suitable for an IRA investment.

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People Also Ask

How much does a Palladium Maple Leaf Coin cost today?

The purchase price of a Palladium Maple Leaf Coin is at the Monex Ask price. In addition, there are charges such as commission and shipping. There is no shipping charge if you select depository delivery. Today's ask price per coin for buying in units of ten is: $1,588.40*.

Is there a minimum number of Palladium Maple Leaf coins I must purchase in one transaction?

Investors can start or add the Palladium Maple Leaf coins to their portfolios with a minimum purchase of a single one ounce palladium coin. Buying and selling palladium in larger quantities, however, offers greater efficiency, which means better pricing for you. Monex selects only the most popular and liquid investment grade products, and buying more than one product at a time has historically proven beneficial over our extensive years of experience.

What are the palladium contents of the Palladium Maple Leaf Coin?

The Palladium Maple Leaf is struck in pure .9995 fine palladium at the Royal Canadian Mint and carries a face value of 50 Canadian dollars.

Can I purchase Palladium Maple Leaf Coins for my IRA?

The Palladium Maple Leaf Coins is .9995 fine palladium and they are IRA approved palladium coins for use in your palladium IRA.

How rare is palladium?

Palladium is truly a rare and precious metal, but it exists more abundantly in the earth than does gold and platinum. Palladium is far rarer than silver, and its price and relative scarcity above ground certainly supports that. However, when considering above-ground stockpiles, the CME NYMEX/COMEX futures exchange reports that palladium held at its approved depositories is less than a quarter of platinum ounces in storage.

How do I buy and receive Palladium Maple Leaf coins?

Once you have decided on the type and quantity of palladium coins to purchase, your Monex account representative will assist you in executing your order over the phone. Upon your acknowledgement, your selected purchase and palladium price will be confirmed on a voice recorded line and a written confirmation will be sent to you with the details of your order.

Payment may be made after you order, but must be initiated on the day of purchase, which means you must mail or wire funds on the very same day of your transaction. You can have your metal shipped to your home, made available for pick-up at over 30 facilities across the U.S. and Canada, or have your metal delivered to a bank/depository for storage.

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