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Last State Restricted JFK Silver Bank Rolls go to U.S. residents
Residents of states listed in bold below get first dibs on last remaining Bank Rolls loaded with U.S. Gov’t issued Silver JFK’s dating back to the mid 1900’s some worth up to 60 times their face value for just the $19 minimum set for state residents - all
STATE DISTRIBUTION: A strict limit of 6 State Restricted Bank Rolls per state resident has been imposed
“It’s a miracle these State Restricted Bank Rolls even exist. That’s why Hotline Operators are bracing for the flood of calls,” said Laura Lynne, U.S. Coin and Currency Treasurer for the National Mint and Treasury. For the next 2 days the last remaining State Restricted Bank Rolls loaded with rarely seen U.S. Gov’t issued Silver JFK’s are actually being handed over to U.S. residents who find their states listed in bold in today’s newspaper publication and call the National Toll-Free Hotlines listed in today’s newspaper publication. “I recently spoke with a retired Treasurer of the United States of America who said ‘In all my years as Treasurer I’ve only ever seen a handful of these rarely seen Silver Clad JFK’s issued by the U.S. Gov’t over 50 years ago. But to actually find them sealed away in State Restricted Bank Rolls still in pristine condition is like finding buried treasure. So anyone lucky enough to get their hands on these Bank Rolls had better hold on to them,’” Lynne said. “Now that the State Restricted Bank Rolls are being offered up we won’t be surprised if thousands of U.S. residents claim the maximum limit allowed of 6 Bank Rolls per resident before they’re all gone,” said Lynne. “That’s because the dates and mint marks of the U.S. Gov’t issued Silver Clad JFK Half Dollars sealed away inside the State Restricted Bank Rolls have never been searched. But, we do know that some of these coins date clear back to the mid 1900’s and are worth up to 60 times their face value, so there is no telling what U.S. residents will find until they sort through all the coins,” Lynne went on to say. And here’s the best part. If you are a resident of one of the states listed in bold in today’s newspaper publication you cover only the $19 per coin state minimum set by the National Mint and Treasury, that’s twenty rarely seen U.S. Gov’t issued Silver Clad JFK’s worth up to 60 times their face value for just $380 which is a real steal because non state residents must pay $57 per coin which totals $1,140 if any coins remain after the 2-day deadline. The only thing U.S. residents need to do is call the National Toll-Free Hotlines printed in today’s newspaper publication before the 2-day order deadline ends. “Rarely seen U.S. Gov’t issued silver coins like these are highly sought after, but we’ve never seen anything like this before. According to The Official Red Book, a Guide Book of United States Coins many Silver JFK Half Dollars have nearly doubled in collector value in just the last several years,” Lynne said. “So just imagine how much these last remaining, unsearched State Restricted Bank Rolls could be worth someday. Remember, these are not ordinary coins – these rarely seen coins are at least 50 years old. In fact, these coins have been forever retired by the U.S. Gov’t, and you can’t get them rolled this way anywhere because these are the only State Restricted Bank Rolls known to exist,” said Lynne. “We’re guessing thousands of U.S. residents will be taking the maximum limit of 6 Bank Rolls because they make such amazing gifts for any occasion for children, parents, grandparents, friends and loved ones,” Lynne continued. “We know the phones will be ringing off the hook. That’s why hundreds of Hotline Operators are standing by to answer the phones beginning at 8:30am this morning. We’re going to do our best, but with just 2 days to answer all the calls it won’t be easy. So make sure to tell everyone to keep calling if all lines are busy. We’ll do our best to answer them all,” Lynne said. “That’s why the National Mint and Treasury set up the National Toll-Free Hotlines in order to make sure U.S. residents get the State Restricted Bank Rolls before they’re all gone,” she said. The only thing readers of today’s newspaper publication need to do is make sure they are a resident of one of the states listed in bold in today’s newspaper publication and call the National Toll-Free Hotlines before the 2-day deadline ends midnight tomorrow.