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  1. 22 years of Silver Maple leaf series - that's a lot of silver Maple bullion production! Still surprising lower compared to many of the US Eagle production years, Personally I would say any of the Maple leafs prior to 2006 will still be quite collectable, especially in fine or Unc. condition. Some of the years were especially quite low mintages, partially for what is basically a 1ounce investment bullion coin, with international recognition. + a whole silver stack of special privy editions. Lowest mintage years for the MapleLeafs were; 1988 (first year mintage) 1,155,931 if that's low! 1991: 644,300 1992: 343,800 1994: 889,946 1995: 326,244 1996: 250,445 1997: 100,970 1998: 591,359 2000: 403,650 2001: 398,563 2002: 576,196 2003: 684,750 2004: 680,925 2005: 955,694 Then loomed the next financial crisis and from 2006-2008 onwards, lets say bullion coins started to become popular! Anyone looking for a particular year, or even a whole collection, I do have most of these available, prices ranging £30-£45 Including some still RCM sleeve sealed & 1997's * more photos to follow
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