2022 Monster Box- 1 oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf

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PLEASE NOTE: Due to US Mint halting Silver production, buy now while supplies are in stock!

One of the most sought-after silver coins for sale in the world, the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coin is available to purchase individually or in bulk options. When it comes to buying the Silver Maple Leaf in bulk, the coins are available in mint tubes of Monster Boxes.

Coin Box Highlights:

Coins arrive inside of a Royal Canadian Mint Monster Box of 500 coins!
33rd coin in the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Series!
Contains 1 Troy oz of .9999 pure silver content per coin in BU condition.
Issued an individual face value of $5 (CAD) by Canada.
The obverse features Queen Elizabeth II.
On the reverse is the sugar maple leaf.
Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins are among the best-selling coins in the world. During the Great Recession and economic recovery that followed, the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf was one of the many forms of silver investors turned to as a store of wealth. As the American Silver Eagle was setting sales records, the Canadian Silver Maple Leaf was right behind selling millions of units itself.

The Canadian Silver Maple Leaf was introduced in 1988 by the Royal Canadian Mint. It was released alongside the Canadian Platinum Maple Leaf and became the first-ever .9999 pure silver coin available to investors.

The obverse side of 2021 1 oz Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins features a bust of Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majestys effigy shown here is the fourth-generation design for Canadian coins and was created in 2003 by Susanna Blunt. The design shows the Queen in right-profile relief and lacks a crown, a first for Elizabeth IIs portraits on Canadian coins during her reign.

On the reverse face of the 2021 Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Coins, you will find the sugar maple leaf design. This image is based on the original design created for the Canadian Gold Maple Leaf in 1979. That maple leaf was designed by Walter Ott and has been used on all versions of the coin to debut after the Gold Maple Leaf.