1.5 oz Silver Canadian Maple Leaf Coins
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1.5 oz. Silver Canadian SuperLeaf™ Coins Design and Specifications
The SuperLeaf™coin combines a number of features previously introduced by the Royal Canadian Mint. Most striking are the precise radial lines seen on both sides of the coin. The effect creates a light-diffraction pattern that serves as a unique state-of-the-art security feature.
The 1.5 oz Maple Leaf silver coin’s design also includes the familiar image of Queen Elizabeth II on the coin’s obverse and the iconic maple leaf design on the reverse. The SuperLeaf™coin has a face value of eight dollars (CAD) and a 38 mm diameter.
Monex offers 1.5 oz Canadian Maple Leaf silver coins for personal delivery only. They are packaged in tubes of 15 coins and available in multiples of 60 from as few as four tubes of 15 coins up to a “monster box” containing 20 tubes, or 300 coins, totaling 450 troy ounces of pure silver.
With billions of dollars in transaction volume, a sizable buy-and-sell market and consistently competitive prices, Monex remains a preferred source for buying silver coins. Contact us today to discuss how to add the impeccable 1.5 oz. Maple Leaf silver coin to your investment portfolio.
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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What is the Superleaf Bullion Coin First Year of issue?
The first year of mintage for the 1.5-oz. Canadian Maple Leaf or SuperleafTM was 2017.
What is the difference between buying U.S. minted coins and Canadian minted coins?
Physical differences include added security features to Canadian coins and a higher level of purity (.9999). Historically, for customers choosing between U.S. minted and Canadian minted coins it comes down to personal preference. Intrinsically, Canadian minted coins tend to have a higher face value, however, whether you are buying U.S. or Canadian minted coins, the value and diversification precious metals bring to a portfolio will still be present due to the ounces of silver contained within the coin.
What is the difference between buying U.S. Minted Coins and Canadian Minted Coins?
Physical differences include added security features to Canadian coins and a higher level of purity (.9999). Historically, for customers choosing between U.S. minted and Canadian minted coins it comes down to personal preference. Intrinsically, Canadian minted coins tend to have a higher face value, however, whether you are buying U.S. or Canadian minted coins, the value and diversification precious metals brings to a portfolio will still be present due to the ounces of silver contained within the coin.
Which Silver Coins to buy?
Simply buy the type of silver coin that makes you most comfortable. Some of the most important considerations for selecting your preferred brand of bullion coins is:
- Buying and selling liquidity resulting from popularity and demand
- Relative levels of buying and selling prices
- Consideration for price appreciation.
Can Investors store Silver Bullion purchased with Monex?
Yes, investors can store silver with Monex. Your silver will be under your name and securely stored with Brinks or another depository to ensure maximum safety. To learn more about storage with Monex, call an Account Representative now.
How do you buy Silver Coins?
It is possible to buy silver coins with full transactional service over the phone with an experienced representative. For the inexperienced, or for someone making a serious investment, it would be preferred to take advantage of all the resources of a full service coin dealer.
What is the difference between Silver Bullion and Silver Coins?
Silver coins are more aesthetically pleasing than silver bullion, containing amazing designs such as the bald eagle with a shield on a Silver American Eagle or the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II on the one point five ounce Silver Canadian Maple Leaf, or SuperleafTM coin. Though silver bullion does not contain such striking imagery, solid pure silver ingots are extremely beautiful to hold and an incredible precious metal to own. 100 ounces of pure silver bullion and 100 one-ounce coins have the same intrinsic value, but investment grade silver coins trade at a premium while having the advantages of their smaller format and improved authenticity features. Silver bullion is often selected more for larger commercial investments, silver bullion coins increase in value similarly according to their intrinsic value. Coins, which are truly rare and historically significant, vary in price according to numismatic collector supply and demand and typically not relative to their intrinsic metal value.
What is the cost of a Superleaf to purchase?
The purchase price of a one point five ounce SuperleafTM is at the Monex Ask price. In addition, there are charges such as commission and shipping. There is no shipping charge if you select delivery to your depository storage account.