Maple Leaf

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Maple Leaf

A gold, silver, or platinum coin minted in Canada that usually trades at slightly more than its current bullion value.

Maple Leaf

A type of gold bullion coin in Canada. Maple leafs usually trade at a price slightly higher than the bullion's value. Like gold bullion, a maple leaf is a commodity that investors often use as a hedge against recession and inflation; thus, while it is volatile like most commodities, it always maintains a relatively high value.

maple leaf

A gold coin minted in Canada.
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Maple leaves, mountains, tongues of fire, Celtic knots, even Noah's Ark--these are just a sampling of the dozens of submissions sent in by Anglican Journal readers after we asked "Tell us about your favourite vestments.
The mitre bears on the front the cross, red (from the church's coat of arms), Winchester shape for the work of women, with green maple leaves of the coat of arms, four for the ecclesiastical provinces and one for the General Synod; on the back of the mitre is an eagle in the Mohawk 'tradition.