U.S. Gov’t Is­sued coins go to res­i­dents in 92 TN coun­ties

Chattanooga Times Free Press - - NA­TION -

Vault Bags loaded with rarely seen U.S. Gov’t is­sued coins are ac­tu­ally be­ing handed over to Ten­nessee res­i­dents who find their county listed be­low, but only those who beat the 48 hour dead­line are get­ting the Vault Bags of nearly 100 year old Gov’t is­sued coins for just $59

TEN­NESSEE - The phones are ring­ing off the hook.

That’s be­cause for the next 48 hours Vault Bags loaded with rarely seen In­dian Head coins is­sued by the U.S. Gov’t nearly 100 years ago are be­ing re­leased to Ten­nessee res­i­dents who find their county on the Dis­tri­bu­tion List printed in to­day’s pub­li­ca­tion.

Every­one is rush­ing to get the Vault Bags be­cause each one is loaded with nearly a quar­ter pound of rarely seen In­dian Head coins dat­ing all the way back to the early 1900s.

“It’s hard to tell how much these heavy Vault Bags could be worth some­day. That’s be­cause af­ter they were filled with U.S. Gov’t is­sued coins, the bags were se­curely sealed,” said Ti­mothy J. Shissler, Di­rec­tor of Vault Op­er­a­tions for the pri­vate Lin­coln Trea­sury.

Since this ad­ver­tis­ing an­nounce­ment can’t stop col­lec­tors from hoard­ing all the rarely seen coins they can get, the Lin­coln Trea­sury has im­posed a strict limit of 10 Vault Bags per res­i­dent.

“Coin val­ues al­ways fluc­tu­ate and there are never any guar­an­tees, but just imag­ine what these Vault Bags loaded with nearly a quar­ter pound of rarely seen In­dian Head coins could be worth some­day,” said Shissler.

That’s why it’s im­por­tant that res­i­dents call the Na­tional Dis­tri­bu­tion Hot­lines be­gin­ning at pre­cisely 8:30am this morn­ing.

Every­one who does is get­ting the Vault Bags loaded with rarely seen coins is­sued by the U.S. Gov’t nearly 100 years ago for just $59 and ship­ping and han­dling, which is why res­i­dents are claim­ing all the Vault Bags they can get since there’s no telling how much just one scarce and highly col­lectible In­dian Head coin alone could be worth in col­lec­tor value. And here’s the best part. Every­one who claims four Vault Bags be­fore all the money is gone is get­ting free ship­ping and free han­dling.

“With all these valu­able coins up for grabs we’re brac­ing for all the calls and do­ing our best to make sure Ten­nessee res­i­dents get through. But it’s im­por­tant that res­i­dents find their county on the Dis­tri­bu­tion List and call the Na­tional Dis­tri­bu­tion Hot­lines be­fore the 48-hour dead­line ends,” Shissler said.

“We know the phones will be ring­ing off the hook be­cause we’re al­low­ing res­i­dents to claim up to 10 Vault Bags. But to make sure res­i­dents who find their county on the Dis­tri­bu­tion List have a fair chance to get the coins, we’ll be strictly en­forc­ing the 10 Vault Bag limit,” said Shissler.

“We’re brac­ing for all the calls be­cause there are just hours left for res­i­dents to get the Vault Bags,” Shissler said.

So, Ten­nessee res­i­dents who find their county listed in to­day’s pub­li­ca­tion need to im­me­di­ately call the Na­tional Dis­tri­bu­tion Hot­lines be­fore the 48-hour dead­line set by the Lin­coln Trea­sury ends to get the Vault Bags. If lines are busy keep try­ing, all calls will be an­swered.■

RARELY SEEN U.S. COINS LEAVE VAULT: These pack­ages con­tain­ing Vault Bags loaded with valu­able In­dian Head coins is­sued by the U.S. Gov’t nearly 100 years ago are be­ing moved from the pri­vate vaults of the Lin­coln Trea­sury for im­me­di­ate dis­tri­bu­tion to Ten­nessee res­i­dents. Res­i­dents just need to look for their county on the Dis­tri­bu­tion List printed in to­day’s pub­li­ca­tion. If their county ap­pears on the list, they need to im­me­di­ately call the Na­tional Dis­tri­bu­tion Hot­lines to claim the Vault Bags loaded with rarely seen U.S. coins be­fore the 48-hour or­der dead­line set by the Lin­coln Trea­sury ends.

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