Palladium coins

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Palladium is much less common than gold and used mainly for industrial manufacturing. Palladium tends to maintain its value over time and offers strategic diversification. In the years ahead, investments in palladium bullion have the potential to produce some of the most lucrative opportunities in the precious metals complex. Call to get started today.

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1 oz. Canadian Maple Leafs

Palladium Canadian Maple Leaf coins were first introduced by the Royal Canadian Mint in 2005 and are the latest offering to their maple leaf lineup of coins. These coins are also the most popular palladium coin being offered today as they are the only regularly issued government-minted palladium coin. The obverse of the coin depicts an image of Queen Elizabeth II, and the reverse side of the coin shows a single image of a maple leaf. Palladium coins have increased in demand in recent years as a lower-cost alternative to gold and platinum coins.

  • IRA-eligible
palladium canadian maple leaf coin
Format1 oz.
Weight31.11 g
Face Value$50 (CAD)
Diameter34 mm
Thickness2.58 mm

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