USA TODAY US Edition
Who gets the Jumbo Gold Bars:
Listed below in bold are the states that get the gold. If you live in one of these states immediately call the State Distribution Hotline at: 1-800-749-6917 GB1880
How much are the Gold Vault Bricks worth: The answer is, it’s impossible to say. But, it would be foolish for anyone to tr y and determine the value of these Gold Vault Bricks based on today’s price of gold. Here’s why. Gold, silver and all precious metal values always fluctuate and there are never any guarantees. But what we do know is that these are the only Gold Vault Bricks still loaded with four 5-ounce Jumbo State Bars known to exist. In fact, the value of the pure 24 Karat Gold layered content is just a bonus for anyone lucky enough to get one of these Gold Vault Bricks because there’s no telling how much the actual collector value could be worth. That makes the minimum gold fee set for state residents of just $ 245 per bar which totals $ 980 for all four Jumbo State Bars locked away inside these Gold Vault Bricks a real steal since residents living outside of the designated 49 states must pay $ 620 per bar, which totals $ 2,480, if any remain.
Why the vault fee is so low: Since thousands of U.S. residents stand to miss the deadline to claim the gold, Federated Mint has re-allocated Gold Vault Bricks to be sent out in the next 48 hours. That means the gold is up for grabs and now residents in 49 states can claim the Gold Vault Bricks for themselves and keep all the valuable bars found inside. These are the only Gold Vault Bricks known to exist and ever yone wants them. That’s because they’re still loaded with four 5-ounce Jumbo State Bars layered in valuable 24 Karat Gold bearing the name of The First Bank of the United States of America and the state they were minted for. That’s four massive bars weighing a full 20 ounces of 24 Karat Gold and valuable bullion copper in all. And here’s the best par t. If you live in one of the 49 states listed in today’s publication you cover only the minimum gold fee set for state residents of just $ 245 per bar. That’s a real steal because residents living outside of the designated 49 states must pay $ 620 per bar if any remain.
■ FIRST LOOK INSIDE THE GOLD VAULT BRICKS: Pictured above are the Gold Vault Bricks containing the only Jumbo State Gold Bars known to exist bearing the name of the First Bank of the United States of America and the state they were minted for. State residents are rushing to get them because the Gold Vault Bricks are still loaded with four 5-ounce Jumbo State Bars layered in valuable 24 Karat Gold. Ever yone lucky enough to get them better hold on to them because there’s no telling just how much they could be worth.