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These coins carry a face value of $200 (CAD) and are considered good, legal tender. These coins are some of the purest anywhere in the world, with 999.99 percent fine gold.Where can you buy Canadian gold coins?
On the private side, gold collectors can purchase via the Internet in Canada through GoldMoney (www.goldmoney.com). Through this method buyers don’t actually receive and possess the gold bullion. Instead, the gold is stored in secured company storage in two locations: Zurich, Switzerland, and London.What Canadian coins are rare?
The 1911 Canadian silver dollar is also called the “Emperor of Canadian coins”. It is the rarest and one of the most expensive coins from Canada. It set a record of in 1965 being the World’s Most Valuable Coin (Guinness Book of World Records) for its price of $55,000.Are gold coins a better investment than gold bullion?
Bullion coins can be a better investment than bars, as they are easier to both purchase and sell. Rare gold coins may be the best investment of all, and they are much more portable than those large gold bars. They tend to increase in value regularly over time and can be an effective part of a diversified investment portfolio.