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■ NORTH CAROLINA AREA RESIDENTS CASH IN: Pictured above and watched closely by guards are protected U.S. Coin Packages
containing the valuable unsearched Vault Bags that everyone will be trying to get. It’s hard to tell how much these unsearched bags loaded
with rarely seen U.S. Gov’t issued coins could be worth someday. That’s because each Vault Bag is known to contain nearly 3 pounds of U.S.
Gov’t issued coins some dating back to the early 1800’s, so you better believe at just $980 these Unsearched Vault Bags are a real steal.

Decision puts valuable United States coins back in
circulation – zip codes determine who gets them
Unsearched Vault Bags loaded with rarely seen U.S. Gov’t issued coins some dating back to the 1800’s and worth up to 50 times their face
value are actually being handed over to residents who find their zip code on the Distribution List below and beat the 48 hour order deadline

Who gets the U.S. Gov’t issued coins: Only U.S. residents who find their zip code listed on the Distribution List below
are getting the U.S. Gov’t issued coins. If you find your zip code listed below call: 1-800-867-1535 UV3221
“The vaults at Federated Mint are going
empty,” said Mary Ellen Withrow, the
emeritus 40th Treasurer of the United
States of America.
That’s because a decision by Federated
Mint to put rarely seen U.S. Gov’t issued
coins, some worth up to 50 times their
face value, back in circulation means
unsearched Vault Bags loaded w ith
U. S. Gov’t issued coins dating back to the
1800’s are now being handed over to U.S.
residents who find their zip code listed in
today’s publication.
“These are not ordinary coins you find in
your pocket change. These are rarely seen
silver, scarce, collectible and non-circulating
U.S. coins dating back to the 1800’s so we
won’t be surprised if thousands of U.S.
residents claim as many as they can get their
hands on. That’s because after the bags were
loaded with nearly 3 pounds of U.S. Gov’t
issued coins the dates were never searched
and the bags were securely sealed. That
means there’s no telling what you’ll find until
you search all the coins,” said Withrow.
“But don’t thank the Government. As
Executive Advisor to Federated Mint, I
get paid to inform and educate the general
public regarding U.S. coins. Ever since
the decision by Federated Mint to put
rarely seen U.S. Gov’t issued coins back
in circulation, I’m being asked how much
are the unsearched Vault Bags worth?
The answer is, there’s no way to tell. Coin
values always fluctuate and there are never
any guarantees, but we do know this. Each
unsearched bag weighs nearly 3 pounds
and is known to contain at least 5 Morgan
Silver Dollars and these coins alone could
be worth $35 - $325 in collector value each
according to The Official Red Book, a Guide
Book of United States Coins. So there’s no
telling what you’ll find until you search
through all the coins. But you better believe
at just $980 these unsearched Vault Bags
are a steal, “said Withrow.
The only thing U.S. residents who find
their zip code printed in today’s publication
need to do is call the National Toll-Free
Hotline before the 48-hour deadline ends.
This is very important. The Vault Bag fee
has been set for $1,500 for residents who
miss the 48-hour deadline, but for those
U.S. residents who beat the 48-hour

deadline the Vault Bag fee is just $980 as
long as they call the National Toll-Free
Hotline before the deadline ends.
“Remember this, we ca nnot stop
col lect ors f rom buy i n g up a l l the
unsearched bags of coins they can get in
this special advertising announcement.
And you better believe with each bag being
loaded with nearly 3 pounds of U.S. Gov’t
issued coins we’re guessing they’re going to
go quick,” said Withrow.
The phone lines will be ringing off the
hook beginning at precisely 8:30am this
morning. That’s because each unsearched
Vault Bag is loaded with over 100 highly

sought a f ter collector coins dating
clear back to the 1800’s including iconic
Morgan Silver Dollars, a historic Peace
Silver Dollar, stunning Silver Walking
Liberty Half Dollars, the collectible Silver
Eisenhower Dollars, spectacular Silver
Liberty Head Half and Quarter Dollars,
rarely seen Silver Franklin Half Dollars,
high demand President Kennedy Silver Half
Dollars, beautiful Silver Standing Liberty
Quarter Dollars, American Bicentennial
Quarters, rare Liberty V Nickels, one cent
Historic Wheat Coins including 1943 “Steel
Cents”, one of the beautiful Winged Liberty
Head Dimes, scarce Indian Head one cent

U.S. coins and the last ever minted Buffalo
Nickels.
“With all these collectible U.S Gov’t
Issued coins up for grabs we’re doing all we
can to answer all the calls,” said Withrow.
Thousands of U.S. residents stand to
miss the deadline to claim the valuable
U.S. Gov’t issued coins. That means U.S.
residents who find their zip code listed
in today’s publication can claim the
unsearched bags of money for themselves
and keep all the U.S. Gov’t issued coins
found inside.
Just be sure to call before the deadline ends
48 hours from today’s publication date. ■

NC RESIDENTS: IF YOU FIND YOUR ZIP CODE BELOW. CALL: 1-800-867-1535 UV3221
27012
27021
27023
27040
27045

27050
27051
27101
27102
27103

The National Toll-Free Hotlines
open at precisely 8:30am this
morning for North Carolina residents only. If lines are busy keep
trying, all calls will be answered.
If you miss the deadline you will
be turned away from this offer
and forced to wait for future
announcements in this publication or others, if any.
The only thing residents need
to do is find their zip code on
the Distribution List above and
beat the 48-hour deadline. The
Vault Bag fee has been set for
$1,500 for residents who miss
the 48-hour deadline, but for
those U.S. residents who beat
the 48-hour deadline the Vault
Bag fee is just $980 as long as
they call the National Toll-Free
Hotline before the deadline ends.

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27106
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Sealed Unsearched Vault Bags contain nearly 3 pounds of U.S. Gov’t issued coins

Silver
Morgan Dollar
1878-1904

■ UNSEARCHED: Pictured above are
the unsearched Vault Bags loaded with
nearly 3 pounds of U.S. Gov’t issued
coins some dating back to the 1800’s
being handed over to North Carolina residents by Federated Mint.

Silver
Liberty Head
1892-1915

Silver
Peace Dollar
1921-1935

Silver
Walking Liberty
1916-1947

Silver
Ben Franklin
1948-1963

Silver
Eisenhower Dollar
1971-1978

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