Canada’s coin just took a place in the Guinness World Book of Records, the 2007 Canadian $1,000,000 Maple Leaf!
The Royal Canadian Mint is responsible for this entire buzz – they just created the world’s largest and purest gold bullion coin in the world. They also operate world class gold and silver refineries.
And it’s not just that, the coin has also exquisite design. It features an well-designed, handmade maple leaf hand-polished by Stan Witten, an artist and senior graver of Royal Canadian Mint. It’s other side bears the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II created by a portrait artist named Susanna Blunt.
Weighing 100kg, the coin is 99999 pure gold and costs over $1 million.
After the coin as made known to the public, buyers flocked and showed their interest in buying it. Investors from Canada and all around the world are all trying to get their hands on the world’s most valued coin.
However, Royal Canadian Mint was certain that they will only make a very limited number for sale. And to date, there were only five majestic gold bullions coins, each weighing approximately 3,215 troy ounce, were purchased.
According to the Canadian Coin News editor, Bret Evans, The Royal Canadian Mint didn’t created the coin because there is a huge demand for 100 kilo gold coin – obviously – they are actually doing it to have some bragging rights in have the world’s largest purest gold coin in the world.