The Royal Canadian Mint’s newest gold bullion coin will draw the material from a single source with the world’s third-largest gold producer in Nunavut being tapped as the source for the Maple Leaf.
The West Point Mint is currently producing Proof 2023-W American Eagle gold coins in multiple sizes, to be offered for sale to the public sometime this spring, with more details to be released at a later date.
The latest quarterly report from the Royal Canadian Mint had some ups and downs with the sale of gold Maple Leafs during the 13-week period being one of the bright spots with a 14% increase.
The limited-edition Proof 2023-W American Eagle platinum $100 coin, with the theme the First Amendment to the United States Constitution, Freedom of the Press, will be offered Feb. 23.
The security device implemented on the edge of all genuine American Eagle gold and silver coins since 2021 shifted in location for 2022 coins and again for 2023 pieces, with little fanfare for the change.
Legislation introduced again as a by-product of congressional budget wrangling seeks to prevent any potential Treasury creation of a $1 trillion platinum coin by setting a $200 denomination cap on U.S. coins.