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Which noble metal is rarer than gold and started being used for jewelry in 1939? If you guessed palladium, your knowledge has you on the fast track to successful investing.
With your intelligence about precious metals, you know investing in 1 oz Canadian Maple Leaf palladium coins at Provident Metals is resourceful and effective. Each coin contains 1 oz of .9995 fine palladium and dates will be of our choice, so use our secure online purchasing system today to order yours!
Palladium Maple Leafs were first minted in 2005 by the Royal Canadian Mint. The reverse features the national symbol of Canada, the maple leaf, along with inscriptions of “CANADA” and the coin’s weight and fineness. Queen Elizabeth II facing left wearing her crown, earrings and necklace is featured on the obverse. Her name, the year and the coin’s denomination are also inscribed.
- William Hyde Wollaston was the first to discover palladium and published his findings in 1805. - Palladium is a noble metal, which means it is highly resistant to corrosion.- South Africa and the Russian Federation account for more than 80 percent of the world’s palladium production. - Palladium’s highest demand is in the auto industry for its use in catalytic converters.
Secure your Canadian Maple Leaf 1 oz palladium coin from Provident Metals today and solidify your future stability.
|Country of Manufacture||Canada|
|Palladium Content||1 troy oz|
|Composition||.9995 Fine Palladium|
|Mint||Royal Canadian Mint|
|Brand||Royal Canadian Mint|