The Royal Canadian Mint  founded  in 1908 is a Crown Corporation of Canada

The Mint produces all of  Canada Circulation's coins, and manufactures circulation coins on behalf of other nations.

The Mint also designs and manufactures: precious and base metal collector coins; gold, silver and platinum bullion coins; medals, as well as medallions and tokens.

In 1979, the Mint began producing its own branded bullion coins, which feature a maple leaf on the reverse.

In 1988, Mint produced the first 99.99% Pure Silver Maple Leaf and 99.5% pure Platinum Maple Leaf bullion coins.

By 2007, the mint created a 99.99% pure gold bullion coin - the first mint in the world to issue investment coins at such a high purity standard.

By 2014, the Mint make its bullion coins the most secure in the world with its program  Bullion DNA anti counterfeiting technology ecosystem.

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Bullion DNA

For Investors, the digital authentication of their Gold & Silver Maple leaf coins offers an added layer of validation to the buying process.

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Laser Mark

Micro-Engraving with Bullion DNA Anti-Counterfeiting Technology

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