The 2001 $200 Gold Coin is a Canadian commemorative coin issued by the Royal Canadian Mint. It is made of 99.99% pure gold and has a weight of 31.16 grams, which is equivalent to 1 troy ounce.
The obverse (front) of the coin features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II designed by Dora de Pedery-Hunt, while the reverse (back) features an intricate design of a maple leaf with a hologram of the Canadian Coat of Arms in the center.
The coin has a diameter of 30mm and a thickness of 2.87mm. It has a proof finish, which gives it a high level of detail and a mirror-like shine.
As a commemorative coin, it is intended for collectors and is not meant for circulation. Its value is based on the current market price of gold, as well as its rarity and collectibility. The mintage of this coin is limited to 6,000 pieces, which adds to its collectibility and potential value.
The 2001 $200 Gold Coin is a part of the Canadian Maple Leaf series of gold coins, which are known for their high level of purity and quality. It is a popular choice among coin collectors and investors who are looking for a high-quality gold coin with a unique design and limited mintage.