Canadian Maple Leaves 1/2 oz. Fine Silver Coin (2016)
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Canadian Maple Leaves 1/2 oz. Fine Silver Coin (2016)

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Canadian Maple Leaves 1/2 oz. Fine Silver Coin (2016)

Archived
$29.95 CAD
Mintage: 30,000
STATUS:
Canada and US only

Previous coin SOLD OUT! Order today!

Canada's national symbol captured in 99.99% pure silver.

An affordable way to start or expand a collection, or a memorable memento to be passed from generation to generation! Order your coin today!

  • UNIQUE COIN FINISH! The finish on your coin combines brilliant and frosted relief over a lined background. No other mint in the world offers coins with this kind of finish.
  • Captures Canadian iconography in a beautiful design!
  • One of our best selling coins in 2015!
  • Serialized certificate!
  • Perfect size and price for starting a new collection!
  • Unbridled quality you expect from the Royal Canadian Mint!
  • Perennial bestseller!
  • A celebration of life and an expression of national pride—all in a 99.99% pure silver coin!
  • The artistry is as compelling as the story told through the precision engraving, which captures every stage of a maple leaf's life cycle in outstanding detail!
  • Your coin is GST/HST, exempt with a limited mintage worldwide.

About the Design:

Designed by Canadian artist Donna Kriekle, your coin features an artistic interpretation of the cycle of life, which is exemplified by the evolution of a sugar maple (Acer saccharum) leaf. Each element draws parallels to the artist's own family tree, with each generation represented by the leaf's different stage of growth: the winged maple key known as a samara (bottom left) represents the children, and the promise of new life; the curved appearance of the branch follows the progression of time, as gentle flowers turn into young leaves; the deeply veined appearance of the mature leaf then gives way to the broad, elder leaf in autumn.

Packaging:

Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded maroon clamshell with a black beauty box.

Order your coin today!

Reviews

very nice coin

5

my own collection

Gary

British Columbia

Yes

Nice Coin

4

Nothing valid to add

Whatever

Coboconk, Ontario, Canada

Yes

great coins

4

Great

albert

edmonton alberta canada

Yes

I bought this and am very pleased I did.

5

I just keep them and sometimes I take them out and admire them. I truly enjoy all of my coins and looking forward to purchasing the 150 yr. set.

betty

vaudreuil-dorion, qc

Yes

Better than expected, unlike other coins from RCM

5

Nice, worth it

The rcm guy

Burlington

Yes

great yearly series

5

looks great, completes ongoing series could sell a little cheaper, its only half an oz.

richie

new york

Yes

I have bought this product several times and will continue.

5

Excellent silver content. Holds value. Great collectors item.

AnimalPoet

Petawawa, Ontario

Yes

perfect

5

I am very happy with coin

stu

onoway alberta

Yes

Showy symbol of Canada - Maple Leaf

4

Picks up the light nicely in a showcase. The maple leaves are very detailed.

Klondike QuiltSmile

Whitehorse,YT

Yes

Good headline, ley me know what the coin was.

5

I will put it with my other coins in my collection. Every now and then take out my Maple Leaf coins and look at them.

Rusty

Franklin, Tennessee

Yes

Canadian Maple Leaves 1/2 oz. Fine Silver Coin (2016)

4.7 102

97.9

I notice the queen on the back of this coin and all other coin under 40$ has a very nice shiny finish, all others 50$ and more the queen has a flat matte look. Why is that??

Mo

The difference on the finish of Queen is dependent on the type of coin. A proof coin is the highest possible quality. A frosted image (The Queen) is struck against a brilliant background.

Uyen (Product Team)

Is the half ounce silver Maple Leaf silver coin going to be produced for 2017?

Tom

Thank you for your interest. RCM does not share product information in advance of release date.

Uyen (Product Team)

May I purchase 10 ?

Raymond

Hi Raymond, Yes, you may purchase 10.

Chad

Is this a good bullion coin or do you have a better suggestion as far as value in time of need of currency?

Aldo

Hi Aldo, The 'Canadian Maple Leaves 1/2 oz. Fine Silver Coin (2016)' is a collector (numismatic) coin, not bullion. The Royal Canadian Mint does not provide investment advice.

Chad

Previous coin sold out? I searched on mint for maple leaves 2015 and didn't find any 1/2 oz coin sold out, just archived. Can you please post the link for which product you are referring? Thank you!

.

When coins go into our archive, we no longer display its "sell out status". You can view last years version here: http://www.mint.ca/store/coins/canadian-maple-leaf-12-oz.-silver-coin-2015-prod2290026

Anonymous

If the previous coin sold out are these a further mintage amount? If so what was the original mintage amount and what is the additional. If it is not additional mintage are these returns?

Matthew

Hi Matthew, Thanks for your questions. This is the 2016 issue of the Canadian Maple Leaf 1/2 oz silver coin. The mintage is and will always remain 30,000 on this coin; we will never sell more than 30,000 coins with this design. Anyone who purchases this coin will receive a serialized certificate of authenticity stating which number coin out of 30,000 they have received (ie 2,456/30,000).

Anonymous

Previous coin meaning earlier coin in series or continues set sold out not same coin design .

anonymous

please explain , serialized, un-serialized coins and coa.

turkey

Hi Turkey, Serialized coins come with a certificate of authenticity that includes product details and a unique serialized # for that specific coin. As for COA, there's no reference to that on the product page for the Canadian Maple Leaves 1/2 oz. Fine Silver Coin (2016) so I'm unable to provide a definite answer to this. It can mean Coat of Arms, but there's not a coat of arms on this coin. Please submit another questions where you're seeing "COA".

Chad

COA - commonly stands for "Certificate of Authenticity". This is the certificate that comes with serialized coin products.

Anonymous

what is the difference between fine silver and pure silver?...thanks

Arrow

Thank you for your question. Both fine silver and pure silver indicate a purity of 99.99%.

No difference

Rbpea

Both are 9999 fine

anonymous

is it not 99.99 pure (.9999) and 99.90 fine silver (.999)????

anonymous

Specifications

  • No.154436
  • Mintage30,000
  • Composition99.99% pure silver
  • Finishspecimen
  • Weight (g) 15.87
  • Diameter (mm) 34
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificateserialized
  • Face value10 dollars
  • ArtistDonna Kriekle (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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