In the mid-1980s, the Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coins from the Royal Canadian Mint enjoyed a resurgence in demand following three years of lower demand. In the 1980s, gold bullion was in high demand as more markets opened up to gold bullion investors, but once that initial demand was satisfied, the market endured a sustained period of decline. Provident Metals now offers 1984 Canadian Maple Leaf 1 oz Gold Coins to you for purchase
When you purchase a 1984 Canadian Maple Leaf 1 oz Gold Coin online in this Provident Metals listing, you will receive a gold coin that is held in an individual plastic flip. The coins available from this date mark had a total mintage of 1,098,000 gold coins. This was the highest mintage since the 1980 release and was the first of three consecutive years with mintages over 1 million coins.
The obverse side of 1984 Canadian Maple Leaf Gold Coins comes with a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. This is the second-generation effigy of the Queen and was created by Arnold Machin in 1964. It debuted on Canadian coins in 1965 and first featured on the Canadian Maple Leaf when it debuted in 1979. Inscriptions on this side read ELIZABETH II, 50 DOLLARS, and 1984.
On the reverse face of the 1984 Maple Leaf 1 oz Gold Coin, you will find a depiction of the sugar maple leaf. The national emblem of Canada, you will find the sugar maple leaf on everything from governmental symbols and the national flag to the logos of private corporations and sports teams. Inscriptions on this side include CANADA, 9999, FINE GOLD, and 1 OZ OR PUR.
Since 1979, the Royal Canadian Mint has offered its 1 oz Gold coin in the Maple Leaf Series each year. The 1984 release was part of a three-year run through 1986 that saw mintages of over 1 million coins per year. This was significant because these coins marked the last dates with mintages of over 1 million coins until 2009 when the Great Recession drove investors to gold bullion as a safe haven.
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|Royal Canadian Mint
|Canadian Maple Leaf
|Certificate of Authenticity
|1 Troy Ounce
|Orders over $199 Ship Free
|2 x 2 x 0.5