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■ NEW YORK AREA RESIDENTS CASH IN: Pictured above are protected Priority Packages containing the unsearched Vault Bags that everyone will be trying to get. It’s hard to
tell how much these unsearched bags loaded with rarely seen Gov’t issued coins could be worth someday. That’s because each Vault Bag is known to contain nearly 3 pounds of
Gov’t issued coins some dating back to the 1800’s including all those shown in today’s publication. In addition, after each bag is loaded with over 200 rarely seen coins, each verified
to meet a minimum collector grade of very good or above, the dates and mint marks are never searched to determine collector values. So you better believe at just $980 these
unsearched Vault Bags are a real steal.

Rarely seen United States coins up for grabs in
New York -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 below and beat the 48 hour order deadline
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
ISSUED COINS SEALED IN EACH BAG:

NY RESIDENTS: IF YOU FIND YOUR ZIP CODE BELOW. CALL: 1-800-869-3164 UV31398
01201
05732
05743
05764
05774

Silver Mor
Morgan
gan Dollar
1878-1921

Silver Liberty Head
1892-1915

Silver W
alking Liberty
Walking
1916-1947

Silver Peace Dollar
1921-1935

Silver Ben Franklin
1948-1963

12020
12057
12065
12077
12090

12118
12170
12205
12801
12803

12804
12809
12810
12814
12815

“The vaults at Federated Mint are
going empty,” said Laura A. Lynne,
U.S. Coin and Currency Director for
Federated Mint.
That’s because a decision by
Federated Mint to release rarely seen
U.S. Gov’t issued coins, some worth
up to 50 times their face value, means
unsearched Vault Bags loaded with 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.
“But don’t thank the Government.
As U.S. Coin and Currency Director
for Federated Mint, I get paid to
inform and educate the general public
regarding U.S. coins. Ever since the
decision by Federated Mint to release
rarely seen U.S. Gov’t issued coins to
the general public — I’m being asked
how much are the unsearched Vault
Bags worth? The answer is, there’s
no way to tell. Coin values always
f luctuate and there are never any
guarantees, but we do know this.
Each unsearched bag weighs nearly 3
pounds and is known to contain rarely
seen Morgan Silver Dollars and these
coins alone could be worth $40 - $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 Lynne.
“These are not ordinary coins
you f ind 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,
each verified to meet a minimum
collector grade quality of very good or
above, the dates and mint marks were
never searched to determine collector
values and the bags were securely
sealed. That means there’s no telling
what you’ll find until you search all the
coins,” said Lynne.
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

12816
12817
12822
12823
12824

12827
12828
12831
12832
12833

12834
12835
12836
12837
12838

12839
12842
12843
12844
12845

12846
12847
12849
12853
12857

12859
12860
12861
12865
12866

12870
12871
12873
12878
12883

12884
12885
12887
12918

■ UNSEARCHED: Pictured above are the unsearched Vault Bags being handed over to
New York residents who call the National Toll-Free Hotline before the 48-hour deadline
ends. And here’s the best part. Each Vault Bag is loaded with over 200 U.S. Gov’t issued
coins, including all the coins pictured in today’s publication, some dating back to the
1800’s and worth up to 50 times their face value. Each coin is verified to meet a minimum
collector grade of very good or above before the bags are securely sealed and the dates
and mint marks are never searched by Federated Mint to determine collector value.

48-hour deadline ends.
This is very important. After the
Vault Bags were loaded with over
200 of U.S. Gov’t issued coins, each
verified to meet a minimum collector
grade quality of very good or above,
the dates and mint marks were never
searched to determine collector
values. 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 TollFree Hotline before the deadline ends.
“ R e m e m b e r t h i s , we c a n n o t
stop collectors from buying up all
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 Lynne.
The phone lines will be ringing
off the hook beginning at precisely
8:30 a .m. th is mor n i ng. That’s
because each unsearched Vault Bag
is loaded with the rarely seen coins
pictured lef t a nd highly sought
after 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 Liber ty 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
going to do our best to answer all the
calls,” said Lynne.
Thousands of U.S. residents stand
to miss the deadline to claim the
U.S. Gov’t issued coins. That means
U.S. residents who f ind 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. ■

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REASON WITHIN 30 DAYS FROM SHIPMENT YOU ARE DISSATISFIED, RETURN THE PRODUCT FOR A REFUND LESS SHIPPING AND RETURN POSTAGE.
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