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(Continued from previous page) birthday, Christmas or any special occa- sion. Just be absolute- ly sure to keep the new .999 solid silver one ounce State Silver 100’s and numbered certifi- cates of authenticity in-


Vault Stacks (pictured in the bottom right hand corner of today’s publi- cation) each loaded with three State Silver 100’s before they’re all gone. And here’s the best


part. U.S. residents lucky enough to be among the first call- ers to claim the entire 50 State Silver 100’s Collection™


, pictured


bottom left, are also get- ting 20 State Silver 100’s absolutely free. “I’m advising every-


one who finds their zip code on today’s Distribution List to get to their phones right now because the new State Silver 100’s are only being released to the first 17,544 callers,” Withrow said. Remember, this is


not legal tender paper money issued by the U.S. Gov’t. These histor- ic State Silver 100’s are a magnificent adapta- tion of the United States Treasury’s one hundred dollar Federal Reserve Note. They are the first and only State Silver 100’s struck in high re- lief .999 solid silver proof finish released ex- clusively from the vaults of the private Federated Mint. Just imagine how


thrilled your children and grandchildren will be when you give them one of these impres- sive collections for their


side the protective Vault Cases. These stunning Vault


Cases are custom made to hold, secure and pro- tect both the State Silver 100’s and the numbered certificates of authen-


ticity in a heavy-duty transparent Vault Case that allows the valuable State Silver 100’s to be viewed without ever be- ing touched by human hands, thus preserving their valuable collector


condition. “We’re bracing for all


the calls and doing every- thing we can to make sure no one gets left out. So if lines are busy keep trying, all calls will be an- swered,” said Withrow. ■


U.S. RESIDENTS CALL: 1-866-626-3962 and use EXT. FMP733 if you


fi nd the fi rst two digits of your zip code listed on the Distribution List below ................................. . . . . . ..................................................................


35, 36 AR


AK 99 AL


85, 86


71, 72 AZ


CA 91


CO 80, 81


CT 06


DE 19


FL


32, 33, 34


GA 30, 31, 39


HI 96 IA


50, 51, 52


ID 83


IL


60, 61, 62


IN


46, 47 KS


66, 67 KY


40, 41, 42 LA


70, 71 MA


01, 02, 05 MD


20, 21 ME


03, 04


The Toll Free Hotlines open at precisely 8:30am this morning for U.S. residents only. If lines are busy keep trying, all calls will be answered. If you miss the deadline you’ll be turned away from this offer and forced to wait for future announcements in this pub- lication or others, if any.


The first 17,544 U.S. residents who find MI


48, 49 MO


63, 64, 65 MS


38, 39


MT 59


NC 27, 28


ND 58


NE 68, 69


NH 03


NJ


07, 08 NM


87, 88 NV


88, 89 NY


00, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14


41, 43, 44, 45


OH 73, 74 OK


OR 97


17, 18, 19 15, 16, PA


RI 02


SC 29


SD 57


TN 37, 38


75, 76, 77, 78, 79, 88


TX


UT 84


20, 22, 23, 24


VA


VT 05


WA


98, 99 WI


53, 54 WV


24, 25, 26 WY


82, 83


Boston District


Minneapolis District


Chicago District


San Francisco District


Kansas City District


the first two digits of their zip code on today’s Distribution List above and call before the 7 day deadline ends are autho- rized to get individual State Silver 100’s at just the state minimum of $99 set by the Federated Mint. That’s why everyone should be taking full Vault Stacks each load- ed with three State Silver 100’s before they’re all gone. And here’s the best part. Every U.S. resident who gets at least two Vault Stacks is also getting free shipping and free handling too. That’s a real steal because non U.S. residents must pay over six hundred dollars for each Vault Stack. All residents living outside of the U.S. must pay one hundred ninety-eight dollars for the State Silver 100’s.


St. Louis District


Atlanta District


Alaska & Hawaii are part of the San Francisco District


Dallas District


Richmond District


FEDERATED MINT, LLC IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH THE U.S. GOVERNMENT, A BANK OR ANY GOVERNMENT AGENCY. IF FOR ANY REASON WITHIN 30 DAYS FROM SHIPMENT YOU ARE DISSATISFIED, RETURN THE PRODUCT FOR A REFUND LESS SHIPPING AND RETURN POSTAGE. PRICES IN THE WORLD GOLD AND SILVER MARKET ALWAYS FLUCTUATE AND ARE NEVER GUARANTEED. THE STATE SILVER 100’S ARE HIGHLY COLLECTIBLE AND NOT OFFERED FOR INVESTMENT PURPOSES. THIS SAME OFFER MAY BE MADE AVAILABLE AT A LATER DATE OR IN A DIFFERENT GEOGRAPHIC LOCA- TION. OH RESIDENTS ADD 6% SALES TAX. NO SHIPMENTS TO MN. FEDERATED MINT 7600 SUPREME AVE. NW, NORTH CANTON, OH 44720 ©2018 FEDERATED MINT


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Cleveland District


New York District


Philadelphia District


■ WHAT EVERYONE WANTS: Pictured left reveals for the very first time the valuable State Silver 100’s struck in high relief .999 pure fine silver load- ed inside each Vault Stack. Pictured right are the Vault Stacks containing three of the only State Silver 100’s known to exist. Residents who find their zip code listed above are authorized to get individual State Silver 100’s at just $99 state resident minimum set by the Federated Mint. That’s why everyone should be taking full Vault Stacks each loaded with three State Silver 100’s before they’re all gone. And here’s the best part. Every U.S. resident who gets at least two Vault Stacks is also getting free shipping and free handling too. That’s a real steal because all non-U.S. residents must pay over six hundred dollars for each Vault Stack.


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