New Texas State Sil­ver 100’s to go quick

Tex­ans get 48 hours to snap them up at just state min­i­mum

The Dallas Morning News - - Nation & World -

Texas – 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 Texas State Sil­ver 100’s now be­ing handed over to Texas res­i­dents at just the state min­i­mum set by the pri­vate Fed­er­ated Mint be­fore they’re all gone,” Withrow said.

“But don’t bother call­ing lo­cal banks and credit unions be­cause they can’t even get their hands on these never be­fore seen Texas State Sil­ver 100’s,” Withrow said.

That’s be­cause these valu­able, proof fin­ish Texas State Sil­ver 100’s are not be­ing re­leased and minted by the U.S. Gov’t. That’s right; they’re be­ing re­leased di­rectly to the first 17,544 Texas res­i­dents who beat the 48 hour or­der dead­line ex­clu­sively from the vaults of the pri­vate Fed­er­ated Mint.

“But you bet­ter hurry be­cause these full one ounce Texas State Sil­ver 100’s are struck in high re­lief .999 solid sil­ver proof fin­ish and will al­ways be a valu­able 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 de­liver break­ing news. So if you’re a res­i­dent of the state of Texas you bet­ter call right away be­cause only the first 17,544 callers are guar­an­teed to get these valu­able Texas 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 Texas State Sil­ver 100’s as you can be­fore they’re all gone,” said Withrow.

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