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5 oz. Pure Silver Coin with Blue Rhodium Plating – Maple Leaves in Motion – Mintage: 1,500 (2022)

5 oz. Pure Silver Coin with Blue Rhodium Plating – Maple Leaves in Motion – Mintage: 1,500 (2022)

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Own this 5 oz. two-tone celebration of Canada’s maple leaf. Order today!

BLUE RHODIUM! Imagine looking up and seeing a picture-perfect maple leaf framed by the evening blue sky… That is the inspiring view presented on this 5 oz. fine silver maple leaf coin, the first to feature blue rhodium so extensively. More than just an accent colour, the blue rhodium fills the field on both sides of the coin; on the reverse, it catches the viewer’s attention before re-focusing it onto the silvery maple leaf and its eye-pleasing symmetry.

Blue on silver! Own this 5 oz. fine silver portrait of Canada's maple leaf on a blue rhodium-plated background. Order today!



Special features:
  • BLUE RHODIUM! This 5 oz. 99.99% pure silver coin is the first of its kind to feature blue rhodium so extensively—it is the defining feature of this year's (2022) Maple Leaves in Motion coin.
  • PLATED OBVERSE TOO! Blue rhodium plating fills the field on both sides of the coin, and it covers the edge and rim too—in fact, the silver is only visible on the elegant effigy (obverse) and the finely engraved maple leaf (reverse).
  • CANADA'S MAPLE LEAF! In keeping with the maple leaf theme, both sides of the coin feature a laser-engraved pattern that adds depth to the design. The blue rhodium plating is translucent enough to ensure these repeating maple leaves are visible.
  • SHADES OF BLUE! Just as the evening sky can be various shades of blue, or even violet before a storm, so too can blue rhodium! The blue rhodium plating has a uniform colour on your collectible, but tonal variations between some coins add a unique twist to this collecting experience.
  • PREVIOUS COINS SOLD OUT! Only 1,500 are available worldwide—don't delay, order yours today!
  • INCLUDES SERIALIZED CERTIFICATE! The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins.


Designed by Canadian artist Nathalie Lagacé, the coin's reverse features a finely detailed, engraved rendering of a sugar maple (Acer saccharum) leaf. Blue rhodium surrounds the leaf and fills the field, where a laser-engraved maple leaf pattern forms a dynamic backdrop. Both the pattern and the blue rhodium plating similarly appear on the obverse, which features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Susanna Blunt.

Did you know?
Acer saccharum, the sugar maple, is perhaps the most famous maple species found in Canada—it's the preferred species for maple syrup production. Its range in Canada extends from Lake of the Woods and southwestern Ontario to the Maritime provinces.

Your coin is encapsulated and carefully enclosed in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded red wood lacquered case, which comes packaged in a black beauty box.

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  • No.202527
  • Mintage1,500
  • Composition99.99% pure silver
  • Finishproof
  • Weight (g) 157.6
  • Diameter (mm) 65.25
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificateserialized
  • Face value50 dollars
  • ArtistNathalie Lagacé (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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