The Royal Canadian Mint has a very beautiful coin called the Maple Leaf. This coin has remained in production for years, and still remains popular.
It was the Royal Canadian Mint that perfected the 0.9999 purity when most other countries were using the 0.999 purity. The added nine may represent a small amount of silver, but the idea of getting a little more had a positive impact on demand.
Despite its success with the Maple Leaf, the Royal Canadian Mint diversified its bullion offerings with the Wildlife Series in 2011. This was a six coin series that spanned three years. Now, a four coin series for 2014-2015 has replaced the Wildlife Series. This new series is the Birds of Prey Series. It is also a two coins per year series.
Also, in 2015 the Royal Canadian Mint has issued the Gray Wolf, a three-fourths of an ounce coin, and the one and a quarter ounce Bison coin.
The plethora of variety indicates the Royal Canadian Mint is paying attention to the demands of the collectors.
First collectible silver coin of this year in our country just came out on Monday (we always get two per year). I was a little disappointed when I found out how low is demand right now. These coins possess special charm which seems invisible to younger generation.