The Gold Maple Leaf Coin Value calculator estimates the value of a number of Canadian Maple Leaf coins based on their gold content, the current spot price of gold and a percent numismatic value adder.
INSTRUCTIONS: Enter the following:
- (CW) Coin Size (choose weight option for coins)
- (n) Number of Coins
- (NV) Numismatic Value factor (percent above SPOT price - default 5%)
Coin Value (CV): The calculator returns the value of the coins in U.S. dollars. However, this can be automatically converted to other currencies (e.g. Canadian dollars) via the pull-down menu.
The Math / Science
This equation uses the weight and purity of the coin (below) and the user entered numismatic value (adder), along with the current spot price of gold to determine the value of each coin. The user can enter a count (ct) for multiple coins.
Canadian Maple Leaf
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- Alloy Value: Computes the value of platinum, palladium, silver or gold based on the weight, percent purity, a refiner's fee and a fee to the retailer (jeweler).
- Gold SPOT: The value of a gram, penny weight or troy ounce of gold bullion (.9999) in U.S. dollars or other currencies.
- Density of Gold: Mean density of gold bullion (.9999).
Sizes:
- 1 Troy Ounce
- 1/2 Troy Ounce
- 1/4 Troy Ounce
- 1/10 Troy Ounce
- 1/20 Troy Ounce
Purity:
- A Canadian Gold Maple Leaf is .9999 pure gold
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- Krugerrand Coins Value: Computes the value of South African Krugerrand coins based on their size, the number of coins, SPOT and numismatic factors.
- 20 Swiss Gold Franc Value: Computes the value of 20 Swiss Fran coins based on the number of coins, SPOT and any numismatic factors
- Gold British Sovereign Coins Value: Computes the value of British Sovereign coins based on the number of coins, SPOT and numismatic factors.
- 20 Italian Gold Lira Coin Market Value
- 100 Austrian Corona
- Zimbabwe 1 oz Gold Coin Value: Computes the value of a Mosi-oa-Tunya coin based on the current spot price of gold and a mint adder.
- Gold Value: Computes the value of gold based on the weight, karat purity, a refiner's fee and a fee to the retailer (jeweler).
- Alloy Value: Computes the value of platinum, palladium, silver or gold based on the weight, percent purity, a refiner's fee and a fee to the retailer (jeweler).
- Gold SPOT: The value of a gram, penny weight or troy ounce of gold bullion (.9999) in U.S. dollars or other currencies.
- Density of Gold: Mean density of gold bullion (.9999).