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The Best Canadian Gold Coins Available Now

Canadian gold coins are bullion products typically bought by investors or collectors.

The most popular and long-standing of The Royal Canadian Mint’s bullion coins is the gold Maple Leaf coin series. Introduced in 1979, they were the first bullion coin to achieve the heightened standard of .999 purity.

1/10th Ounce Gold Maple Leaf
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Royal Canadian Mint 1/10th Ounce (3.11 grams) 24 carat Gold Coin. Dimensions (mm) 16.00 x 1.22.
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2017 1/4 Maple Lead Gold Coin
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2017 1/4 Maple Lead Gold Coin. Weight 7.7750 grams. Purity 24 carat (999.9/1000). Dimensions 20 x 1.7 mm.
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1/4 Ounce Gold Maple Leaf
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1/4 Ounce 24 carat Fine Gold Canadian Maple Leaf coin. Dimensions (mm) 23.00 x 2.00.
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25 x 1g MapleGram25
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25 x 1g MapleGram25 consists of 25 individual 1 gram coins packaged in a plastic capsule and blister cards. Purity is 24 carat (999.9/1000).Diameter 8mm per coin.
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2017 1oz Maple Leaf Gold Coin
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2017 1oz Maple Leaf Gold Coin. 1 Troy Oz. .9999 Fine Gold Content. Dimensions 30.00mm x 3 mm.
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Why invest in Canadian gold coins?

Gold is commonly regarded as a safe-haven for investors as its value tends to hold steady or even increase during times of economic instability. Gold bullion coins benefit from this trend with their value tied to the live spot price of gold.

Canadian gold coins are among the best in the world, consisting of .999 fine gold and revered for both their quality and accuracy of mint. Investors can keep them close at hand and they're a particularly good asset for those who may need access to their capital again in an emergency as they can be sold in small batches as required.

The best Canadian gold coins to buy in 2017

2017 is a historic year for Canada as it marks 150 years since Confederation.

The 1/10th, 1/4 and 1/2oz world-famous Maple Leaf Canadian gold coins are all available with the historic 2017 mint mark.

Other important Canadian gold coins include the 1oz gold Maple Leaf and the Maplegram25, which is a collection of 25 x 1g gold coins packaged attractively in a plastic capsule.

How to buy Canadian gold coins

If you’re new to buying gold coins, it’s worth taking some time to conduct research before getting started.

If you’re buying online, use well-established suppliers who are trusted by other consumers and have lots of positive independent customer reviews. By doing this, you can rest assured that many others have come before you and received a good deal and a good service from the company.

Another important factor to consider is a dealer’s delivery policy. Check which courier they use and, if it’s not a courier you’ve heard of before, search online to find out more about their reputation.

When you’re buying any gold bullion product, remember that the price should always be relevant to the live price of gold. Reputable distributors will show real-time pricing on their site that is updated throughout the day as the live gold market changes.

Buying high-priced items online is always a bit of a risk when you're new to the market. To allay any concerns, many people who invest in or collect start out small, buying just one of the smaller coins and testing the service of their chosen distributor before making a bigger commitment.

View our range of Canadian gold coins and start building your collection today.