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Maple Leaf - Canada 1 oz finesilver

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Manufacturer:
Royal Canadian Mint
Producer:
Canada
Nominal value:
5 Can.-$
Fine weight:
31,1 g
Fineness:
999,9/1000
Size in mm:
D: 38,00 mm / H: 3,15 mm
Packaging:
seperate coins are delivered lose / 25pc. PVC-tube / 500pc. masterbox

The Canadian coin "Maple Leaf" is embossed in silver since 1988 by the Royal Canadian Mint. The bullion coin uncirculated has a fineness of 999.9 / 1000 sec. On the back of the portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is pictured on the front of the typically Canadian maple leaf. The motive remains the same every year. The silver coin "Maple Leaf" is one of the most popular bullion coins in fine silver world. The "Maple Leaf" we also lead into gold in various denominations and in Platinum 1 oz. (Please note that these fine silver coin is sold to differential taxation and therefore no VAT may be expelled. (See § 25a UStG))

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17.63 EUR
VAT 0.00%
0.00 EUR
Price gross
17.63 EUR
Shipping time: 3-4 Days
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