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Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf

First produced by the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) in November 2005, the one ounce Canadian Palladium Maple Leaf coin remains one of the very few palladium coins issued by an official government mint. Each coin contains a full troy ounce of .9995 fine palladium, and its weight and metal content are backed by the RCM.

American Platinum Eagle

Produced by the U.S. Mint, Platinum American Eagles are the official platinum bullion coin of America, and are one of the simplest ways to add platinum to your savings.

Canadian Silver Maple Leaf

The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf is the purest silver coin minted in the world. At 99.99% purity, its base metal-free composition is possible by technical breakthroughs at the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM). First issued in 1988, the coin is a celebrated asset of the bullion offered by the RCM, and has been issued with over 30 commemorative privy marks.

American Silver Eagle (proof)

This elegant, high gloss coin was first struck in 1987. Unlike the bullion version of the same coin, the American Silver Eagle proof coin bears the strike of the Mint from which they were issued, and are not put into circulation. With a silver content of 99.9%, the purity of this proof coin is backed by the U.S. government.

American Silver Eagle (bullion)

First issued in 1986 after the passage of the 1985 Liberty Coin Act, the American Silver Eagle bullion coin is the official silver bullion coin of the United States. Reissuing the 1916 designs of Walking Liberty by Adolph Weinman, this gorgeous coin is minted in San Francisco, West Point, NY and Philadelphia, has 99.9% purity, and has a face value of $1.

Canadian Gold Maple Leaf

Conceived in 1978 and first struck in February of 1979, the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf was a breakthrough in coinage. One of the purest coins available in the world, the 24 karat gold coin from the Royal Canadian Mint (RCM) is minted without any base metal.