2007 Canada 1 Million Dollar 100 Kilo Gold Maple Leaf Proof

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Behold -- the Largest Gold Coin Ever Struck!

Struck in 100 kilograms (yes, you read that right -- 100 kilos!) of 99.999% pure gold, this coin weighs 3,215 Troy ounces and has a jaw-dropping diameter of 500 mm -- more than 20 times that of a U.S. Quarter! It's so large that it earned the 2007 Guinness World Record for the world's largest gold coin. It's also by far the most valuable item we've ever had the pleasure to present to you!

Struck in shimmering proof condition, this million dollar coin features Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in profile on its obverse along with the inscriptions ELIZABETH II, 1 MILLION DOLLARS, 1 MILLION DE DOLLARS, and the year of its mintage, 2007. The reverse depicts three Canadian maple leaves as they blow in the wind, accompanied by the coin's metal content, purity and country of origin.

When you order this herculean proof, you won't simply receive it in the mail. Oh my, no. There's only one way we can deliver a coin this valuable to your destination of choice -- by backing it straight up to the door in an armored truck!

Normally, this is where we'd say that the coin comes in Mint packaging of some sort, but to be honest, we couldn't find a box big enough. Become the talk of the numismatic world (and the rest of the world, too!) and add this massive, majestic beauty to your collection today!

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Year of Issue 2007
Country Canada
Composition Gold
Purity 0.9999
Condition Proof
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name Royal Canadian Mint