RCM sales of gold Maple Leafs up 14% last quarter

Coin World/Jeff Starck/11-23-2022

“Sales of Maple Leaf gold coins at the Royal Canadian Mint are up, according to the latest quarterly report from the RCM, released Nov. 18. Sales during the third quarter of fiscal year 2022, which ended Oct. 1, were 14% higher than in the same period the previous year. The RCM sold 354,300 ounces of gold during that 13-week period, compared to 310,400 ounces in the comparable period a year ago. Silver bullion sales for the same period were down 2%, to 9.6 million ounces (compared to 9.8 million during that stretch of 2021).”

USAGOLD note: All the major national mints are reporting strong quarterly gains in bullion sales – the U.S Mint, Australia’s Perth Mint, and the Royal Canadian Mint. The Perth Mint is reporting the strongest sales of the three.

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