The Very First of Its Kind: SUPER Incuse Maple Leaf Coins
The Royal Canadian Mint made history in 2018 with its wildly popular incused Gold and Silver Maple Leaf coinage. And now, the Mint’s skilled artisans have taken incuse technology to another level with this world’s first “Super Incuse” reverse design that features a five times deeper strike than on the original incuse maples, a strike that nearly reaches the center of the coin! The results are literally breathtaking.
Coin Includes Special 25th Anniversary Privy Mark
In this offer, you can get $20 legal tender proof struck in a full ounce of highly pure 99.99% fine silver proof. The iconic Walter Ott design on the coin’s reverse is enhanced even further by a Reverse Proof finish that’s the opposite of a traditional proof finish, with frosted backgrounds and polished design elements to create a truly stunning effect. These extraordinary collectibles feature a special privy mark to honor the 25th Anniversary of the maple’s designation as the official arboreal emblem of Canada.
Flawless Coins From Among the First Issued
The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has graded this 2021 Canada One-Ounce Silver Maple Leaf Super Incuse Reverse Proof as being in flawless Proof-70 (PF70) condition, a distinction that means your perfectly-graded proof will have ZERO imperfections — showing all features and fields exactly as the engraver and mint intended. In addition, NGC has further certified that this Maples Leaf is a First Releases (FR) coin, a designation that means your coin was received by NGC or an NGC-approved depository within the first 30 days of its release. This coin will come sonically sealed in an acrylic holder with a white display core and an exclusive Canadian-themed label. It will also come with its mint-issued Certificate of Authenticity.
Just 6,000 of these One-Ounce Silver Super Incuse Silver Maple Leafs were struck — and they have already been announced as being totally sold out at the mint! We don’t expect our supply to last for long, so don’t miss out on this extremely limited opportunity; secure yours now to avoid disappointment later!
FIRST-EVER “SUPER INCUSE” COIN – In addition to its traditional Maple Leaf design, this coin features the world’s first “Super Incuse” design — a design that is five times deeper strike than regular incuse Maple Leaf coins.
STRUCK IN HIGHLY PURE SILVER – This coin was struck in one ounce of highly pure 99.99% fine silver and measures 36 mm in diameter.
CANADIAN LEGAL TENDER – Each 2021 Canada One-Ounce Silver Maple Leaf Super Incuse Reverse Proof is $20 legal tender in Canada.
UNIQUE REVERSE PROOF FINISH – Your coin features a unique Reverse Proof finish. The opposite of a regular proof, it features mirror-like details rising over beautifully frosted fields.
PERFECT PROOF CONDITION – The Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) has graded these 2021 Canada One-Ounce Silver Maple Leaf Super Incuse Reverse Proof coins to be in perfect Proof-70 (PF70) condition.
KEY FIRST RELEASES CERTIFICATION – NGC has further certified that this is a First Releases (FR) coin, meaning that it was among the first struck by the mint and was verified within the first 30 days of issue. It will come in an acrylic holder with a white display core and an exclusive Canadian-themed label.
ONLY LIMITED QUANTITIES ARE AVAILABLE – Just 6,000 of these 2021 Canada One-Ounce Silver Maple Leaf Super Incuse Reverse Proof coins were struck for worldwide release, and they are completely sold out at the mint.
This 2021 Canada One-Ounce Silver Maple Leaf Super Incuse Reverse Proof features the world’s first “Super Incuse” design. With only 6,000 of these coins available, the time to secure your coin is now!
An incuse coin differs radically from a traditional coin. Traditional coins have raised design devices, meaning the details of the design--say the head of a President--will appear on top of the fields of the coin. The designs on incuse coins are structured differently: the fields are the highest point on the coin, and the devices or design details are struck “incused,” or indented, below the fields…