History of the Canadian Maple
Canadian silver Maples were first introduced in 1988 by the Canadian government and they are .9999 pure 1 Troy ounce silver bullion coins. The coins generally feature a maple leaf hence their name and have a face value of 5 dollars, the silver purity is the highest compared to other bullion which is generally .999 or 99.90% as standard.
How much does a Canadian silver maples weigh?
A one ounce silver maple weighs 31.1 grams in total ( 1 Troy ounce ) and contains 31.072 grams of pure silver.