The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf Coin

The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf 1 oz coin was produced by the Royal Canadian Mint, 2005 through 2007, and in 2009. It is known today as one of the most desirable palladium bullion coins. The coin competes with the PAMP Suisse 1 oz Palladium Bar.

The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf Coin Design – The front side of the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coin depicts a recent portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. This latest design was the creation of Susanna Blunt. A $50 Canadian face value and the coin’s date of manufacture are also shown on the front side of the coin.
The reverse side of the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coin depicts the familiar maple leaf, which is the symbol associated with Canadian pride and nationalism. This lustrous coin brings value to its owners as an investment and a collectible. Buyers are ready to invest regularly in this extremely rare coin.

The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf Coin Details – The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf 1 oz coin trades for a premium just above its palladium weight. The legal tender value, while indeed symbolic, offers the guarantee of a sovereign nation. As well, the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf 1 oz includes a number of other advantages:

  1. A World Standard. The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf 1 oz is minted and guaranteed by the Royal Canadian Mint in terms of weight and purity, and recognized as a world standard. Dealers post daily buy-and-sell prices on these lustrous 1 oz coins (following the current world price of palladium).
  2.  Accepted IRA. The Royal Canadian Mint quality standards make the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf 1 oz an acceptable choice for your Individual Retirement Account (IRA).
  3. A Reasonable Bullion Investment – The Royal Canadian Mint produces a large number of these coins, so the premium over spot is low. It’s the perfect solution for those who want a bullion investment.
  4.  Easy to Value – The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coin is pure palladium, which allows investors to easily value this metal and diversify their precious metals holdings accordingly.
  5. Efficient Storage – The Royal Canadian Mint offers a durable and efficient plastic tube with a snap-shut closure that holds ten coins.
  6.  A Platinum Substitute – Palladium is often a platinum substitute for the automobile industry among others. Investment in both of these metals is expanding as there are no central bank reserves when mine production experiences a deficit.
  7.  No Reporting Required – There are no government reporting requirements (Federal Form 1099B) when buying or selling the Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf 1 oz.

The Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf Coin Mint – Royal Canadian Mint Palladium Coins were first minted in November 2005. The Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coin is the most recent addition to this bullion coin series and the first Palladium product introduced by Royal Canadian Mint.

Canadian Government Guarantee – The Palladium Maple Leaf 1 oz. is guaranteed by the Canadian government in terms of weight, purity, and face value. This coin offers legal Canadian tender and a face value of 50 Canadian dollars. The Palladium Maple Leaf coins are pure, .9995-fine Palladium. Palladium bullion coins are certainly not new to the market, but the $50 Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf 1 oz. is the world’s first continually issued Palladium bullion coin. This rare precious metal is known to maintain its value over time and result in a precise balance for a precious metals collection.


Our specifications are obtained from sources that we at Reagan Gold Group believe to be reliable. We cannot always guarantee the accuracy of the specifications. 

Coin Specifications

Additional information




38 mm diameter, 3.29 mm width


1 oz.

Metal Content

1.00 Troy oz.


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