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.
For Investors, the digital authentication of their Gold & Silver Maple leaf coins offers an added layer of validation to the buying process.
Micro-Engraving with Bullion DNA Anti-Counterfeiting Technology