Canadian Silver Maple Leaf Bullion Mintages

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Maple Leaf 2018 ........................ 30,000,000 TBA
Maple Leaf 2017 ......................... 25,000,000 EST  
Maple Leaf 2016 ........................ 25,000,000 EST
Maple Leaf 2015 ........................ 25,000,000 EST
Maple Leaf 2014 .......................... 29,245,000
Maple Leaf 2013 .......................... 28,222,061
Maple Leaf 2012 .......................... 18,132,297 
Maple Leaf 2011 .......................... 23,129,966
Maple Leaf 2010 .......................... 17,799,992
Maple Leaf 2009 .......................... 9,727,592 
Maple Leaf 2008 .......................... 7,909,161
Maple Leaf 2007 .......................... 3,526,052
Maple Leaf 2006 .......................... 2,464,727
Maple Leaf 2005 .......................... 955,694
Maple Leaf 2004 .......................... 680,925
Maple Leaf 2003 .......................... 684,750
Maple Leaf 2002 .......................... 576,196
Maple Leaf 2001 .......................... 398,563
Maple Leaf 2000 .......................... 403,652.......(Fireworks single date)
Maple Leaf 1999-2000 ................ 298,775.......(Fireworks dual date)
Maple Leaf 1999 .......................... 1,229,442
Maple Leaf 1998 .......................... 591,359
Maple Leaf 1997 .......................... 100,970
Maple Leaf 1996 .......................... 250,445
Maple Leaf 1995 .......................... 326,244
Maple Leaf 1994 .......................... 889,946
Maple Leaf 1993 .......................... 1,133,900
Maple Leaf 1992 .......................... 343,800
Maple Leaf 1991 .......................... 644,300
Maple Leaf 1990 .......................... 1,708,800
Maple Leaf 1989 .......................... 3,332,200
Maple Leaf 1988 .......................... 1,062,000
 
Canadian  9999 Silver  Maple Leaf Coin

A common blemish that many Canadian Silver Maple Leaves carry is the "Milk Spot." It is a baked-in blemish that has a milky white appearance. 
 
This happens when a cleaning detergent is left on the coin when the coin goes into the annealing furnace. The detergent gets baked into the coin itself and leaves a spot that cannot be removed easily.
 
The coin always features a maple leaf and generally consists of 1 troy ounce (31.1 g) of silver. 
 
 
The one universal element in all silver maple leaf coins is the phrase "Fine Silver 1 oz Argent Pur" along the bottom of the reverse of the coin.
 
The coin has been minted by the Royal Canadian Mint (R.C.M.) since 1988