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New State Silver 100’s to go quick U.S. residents get 7 days to snap them up at just state minimum The phone lines are ringing


off the hook. “It’s like a modern day


‘Gold Rush’,” said Mary Ellen Withrow, the emeritus 40th Treasurer of the United States of America. “Everyone wants to get their


hands on the first and only State Silver 100’s now being handed over to U.S. residents at just the state minimum set by the private Federated Mint before they’re all gone,” Withrow said. “But don’t bother calling lo-


cal banks and credit unions because they can’t even get their hands on these never be- fore seen State Silver 100’s,” Withrow said. That’s because these valu-


able, proof finish State Silver 100’s are not being released and minted by the U.S. Gov’t. That’s right; they’re being released di- rectly to the first 17,544 U.S. res- idents who beat the 7 day order deadline exclusively from the vaults of the private Federated Mint. “But you better hurry be-


cause these full one ounce State Silver 100’s are struck in high relief .999 solid silver proof fin- ish and will always be a valu- able precious metal which is why everyone is snapping up as many as they can before they’re all gone,” Withrow said. “As Executive Advisor to the


Federated Mint I get paid to de- liver breaking news. So if you’re a U.S. resident you better call


State Silver 100’s


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1-866-626-3962 Ext. FMP733 right away because only the first 17,544 callers are guaran- teed to get these valuable State Silver 100’s at just the $99 state minimum set by the Federated


Mint,” Withrow said. “Here’s my advice. Don’t wait to


call. Pick up the phone right now and get as many of the new State Silver 100’s as you can before they’re all gone,” said Withrow. ■


New State Silver 100’s handed over to U.S. residents NON-U.S. RESIDENTS


The vaults at the


Federated Mint are nearly empty. “We can barely keep


up with all the or- ders,” said Mary Ellen Withrow, the emeri- tus 40th Treasurer of the United States of America. That’s because the


f irst and only State Silver 100’s in existence are actually being hand- ed over at just the state minimum set by the pri- vate Federated Mint to the first 17,544 U.S. res- idents who find the first two digits of their zip code printed in today’s publication. The only thing resi-


dents need to do is call the Toll Free Hotlines before the 7 day order deadline ends. Everyone who does is


getting individual State Silver 100’s at just the state minimum of $99 set by the Federated Mint. That’s why every- one should be taking full


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■ U.S. RESIDENTS GET 20 STATE SILVER 100’S FREE: Pictured above is the never before seen entire 50 State Silver 100’s Collection™


shown off by officials from the Federated Mint that everyone is trying to get. Lucky U.S. residents


who are among the first 17,544 callers who beat the 7 day order deadline to claim the 50 State Silver 100’s Collection are actually getting 20 State Silver 100’s absolutely free, the custom made State Treasury Display Chest is $285, but it’s absolutely free for U.S. residents plus free shipping and free handling too. That means U.S. residents cover just the $99 state minimum set by the Federated Mint for the remaining 30 State Silver 100’s which is a real steal because it’s saving every U.S. resident over two thousand dollars today.


U.S. residents who find their zip code listed and are among the first 17,544 callers who beat the 7 day order deadline are guaranteed to get the first and only State Silver 100’s at just the state minimum set for U.S. residents


Residents living outside the U.S. must pay double the state minimum for the State Silver 100’s


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