Canada is well-known for its Maple Leaf gold bullion coins. However, obscure briefly-minted coins like the Sovereign, $2 Newfoundland gold coin, and Bank of Canada $5/$10 gold coin are among the country’s most fascinating.


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2013 Canada 25 Cent 0.5 g Fine Gold Coin - Hummingbird - Case, box and COA
2013 Canada 25 Cent 0.5 g Fine Gold Coin - Hummingbird - Case, box and COA $57.58
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1985 Canada $100 Proof Gold Commem Rev Die Cap & Brockage Obv PCGS PR 69 UNIQUE
1985 Canada $100 Proof Gold Commem Rev Die Cap & Brockage Obv PCGS PR 69 UNIQUE $100,000.00
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