2013 $10 Fine Silver Coin Maple Leaf
The 2013 $10 Fine Silver Coin Maple Leaf is a bullion coin minted by the Royal Canadian Mint. It is made of 99.99% pure silver and has a weight of 1/2 troy ounce. The obverse (front) of the coin features the effigy of Queen Elizabeth II designed by Susanna Blunt, while the reverse (back) depicts a detailed engraving of a single Canadian maple leaf, which is a symbol of Canada and a popular design element on Canadian coins. The coin has a diameter of 34mm and a thickness of 2.2mm. It has a reeded edge and a proof finish, which gives it a high level of detail and a mirror-like shine. As a bullion coin, it is intended for investors who wish to own physical silver as a store of value or a hedge against inflation. Its value is based on the current market price of silver and may fluctuate with changes in supply and demand. However, due to its low mintage and collectibility, it may also have additional value to coin collectors who are interested in owning a piece of Canadian numismatic history.
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