The Royal Canadian Mint’s largest-ever Gold Maple Leaf (GML) – an annual bullion coin issued since 1979 – was recently struck in high relief at the Crown corporation's Ottawa facility. The 10-kilogram coin was on display at the Mint's booth at PDAC 2020, billed as “the world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention,” in Toronto this March. "For more than 40 years, the Mint's Gold Maple Leaf has led the global precious metal industry by setting new standards for the purity and security of gold bullion coins," said Marie Lemay, Mint president and CEO. "We are proud to have created a 10-kilogram, 99.999 per cent pure collector edition of the Gold Maple Leaf coin as an exclusive expression of one of the world's most admired and coveted gold coins.” Continue reading →
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