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1 oz. 99.95% Pure Platinum Coin – Maple Leaf Forever – Mintage: 250 (2020)

1 oz. 99.95% Pure Platinum Coin – Maple Leaf Forever – Mintage: 250 (2020)

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Mintage: 250
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STUNNING! Your 2020 platinum coin is enhanced with rose-gold plating. Order today.

Our beloved maple leaf takes center stage within this beautiful design, enhanced by a selectively rose gold plated frame. A unique approach, which features a maple leaf-duo, a red maple leaf (Acer rubrum) on the left side next to Canada's iconic sugar maple (Acer saccharum). The 2020 edition of our Maple Leaf Forever displays a special combination of engraving, finishes and plating.

A gorgeous 2020 addition to your platinum coin collection. Order today.

Special features:
  • ROSE GOLD PLATING: The selective rose gold plating on your coin highlights Canada's inspiring national symbol with a splash of colour.
  • ONLY 250 COINS AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE: And expected to sell fast. This is an exceptional opportunity to acquire a rare and exclusive coin that will remain the highlight of the most distinctive collections for generations to come.
  • CRAFTED IN 99.95% PURE PLATINUM: The incomparable prestige of pure platinum makes this coin an upscale and highly collectible numismatic masterpiece.
  • REVERSE PROOF FINISH: Highlighted by rose gold plating, the reverse proof finish creates an exquisite contrast between the engraved, shiny maple leaves and the frosted field.
  • EXQUISITE CRAFTSMANSHIP: Fine details and delicate veining are beautifully portrayed within the relief, only to be highlighted by rose gold plating.
  • A MUST-HAVE ACQUISITION FOR COLLECTORS OF ALL KINDS: This coin will appeal to anyone who appreciates fine engraving and contrasting finishes.
  • INCLUDES SERIALIZED CERTIFICATE: The Royal Canadian Mint certifies all of its collector coins.

Against a reverse proof finish, Canadian artist Lisa Thomson Khan has created a special maple leaf portrait, a unique display of Canada's cultural emblem. Two maple leaf species crossed at the stem are highlighted by a selective application of rose gold plating. Fine details and delicate veining are beautifully engraved within the relief, only to be highlighted by rose gold plating.

Did you know…
  • The red maple (Acer rubrum) is a common maple species in eastern North America that can be found from Newfoundland in the east to the south-east corner of Manitoba in the west, and from Gaspésie in Quebec southward almost to the southern tip of Florida.
  • The sugar maple (Acer saccharum) is renowned for its autumn colours and sugary sap. While other trees can be tapped for syrup, the sugar maple, because of the high sugar content, is the top choice for producing Canada's sweetest export: maple syrup.
  • Platinum was a major challenge for Europe's 18th-century scientists. They found it difficult to work with its high melting point and resistant properties. These "obstacles" make platinum the perfect metal for many of today's high-tech applications such as fuel cells, electronic components, medical devices/implants, and crucibles.

Your coin is encapsulated and presented in a Royal Canadian Mint-branded red wood lacquered case with black box.

Order today!



  • No.176711
  • Mintage250
  • Composition99.95% pure platinum
  • Finishreverse proof with rose gold plating
  • Weight (g) 31.16
  • Diameter (mm) 30
  • Edgeserrated
  • Certificateserialized
  • Face value300 dollars
  • ArtistLisa Thomson Khan (reverse), Susanna Blunt (obverse)

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