The Canadian Maple Leaf Series is one of the world’s most popular bullion collections. While the gold and silver for sale in this series often features the Walter Ott image of a singular sugar maple leaf, there are coins that broaden the design of Canadian Maple Leaf coins to include these so-called SuperLeaf coins.
On the obverse side of 2015 1.5 oz Canadian Silver SuperLeaf Coins is an effigy of Queen Elizabeth II. In this fourth-generation design, Queen Elizabeth II is depicted in right-profile relief with no crown on her head. This portrait was created in 2003 by Susanna Blunt, marking just the second time a Canadian artist had created the monarch effigy for Canadian coinage. Inscriptions include the Queen’s name with the face value.
The reverse field of 2015 1.5 oz Canadian Silver SuperLeaf Coins features the unique design of several sugar maple leaves. The design includes three sugar maple leaves that are attached at the base to a single stem and fluttering in the wind. Both sides of the coin have the Royal Canadian Mint’s precisely engraved radial lines. This field has the radial lines only along the outer design rim, while the obverse has the lines throughout the entirety of the background field.