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18,000 per ounce of Silver...

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2 months agoSteemit2 min read

The Melt Value of Silver would be 18,000 per ounce "if" you're still measuring in Fiat USD's...

Hopefully, we'll forget all about measuring in Fiat USD's by then...

If measured in "Circulating" Silver and Gold Coins, the Melt Value of Silver would be $180 per ounce...

Keep in mind that the "Melt Value" of Silver and Gold will be 10% lower than the Face Values of our New Product Line of "Circulating" Silver and Gold Coins...

This is a 5 Coin Set of 2024 "Silver" American Women "Proof" Quarters...
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The Five 1/5 ounce Quarters have a total weight (just a hair under) One Troy Ounce of Silver...

These are the Weights I want for the 1/5 ounce $2 Silver Coins...

To me, these Five Silver Quarters are a Clue to what's heading our way...

It tells me the they're already Minting 1/5 ounce Silver Coins...

All that needed, will be the New Designs for the 1/5 ounce $2 Silver Coins...

Anyway, I thought the Ladies of Hive might be interested in these so called, Quarter Dollars...

The cost of this Set of Five Silver Quarters is only 80 of today's Fiat USD's, plus Postage...

Just go to the U.S. Mints Product Schedule for 2023 and place your orders...

I figure each Silver Quarter will be worth as much as our New Product Line of "Circulating" $2 Silver Coins, with a Collector Premium attached...

One $2 Silver Coin will have the Spending Power of 200 of today's Fiat USD's, if my "Fine Tuned" version of what's to come, actually comes to pass...

I personally think it's a pretty good deal, knowing what (I think) I know...

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How else did you think "We the People" were going to "Make Americans Great Again"...???

What says you...???

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