Federated Mint is known for providing great deals and special offers to more than 75,000 US citizens. Now, the company is getting ready to release US government-issued coins dating back to the 19th century. For collectors across the United States, the opportunity to own these valuable coins presents itself through a compelling offer for unsearched vault bags.
Federated Mint said that the residents of specific zip code areas have the unique chance to grab scarce coins of high collectible value. Its representatives continued saying they anticipate the demand to exceed their supply. As such, Federated Mint decided to extend their special offer to the US citizens who are eligible according to the distribution list covering specific zip codes in the given states. The qualifying folks have 48 hours after the ad was published to call the National Toll-Free Hotline if they want to get these vault bags at the special price.
As part of this deal, buyers will be getting bags loaded with more than two pounds of US government-issued coins, among them some that are over a century old and worth as much as 50 times their face value. These include highly sought-after or extremely rare collectibles such as the Walking Liberty Half Dollar, President Eisenhower Dollars, Franklin Half Dollars, President Kennedy Half Dollars, Standing Liberty Quarter Dollar, American Bicentennial Quarters, Liberty V Nickels, the Indian Head one cent coin, and the last ever minted Buffalo Nickels. Those who make the deadline will benefit from a vault bag fee of just $249 while the amount for the rest has been set at $349, Federated Mint points out.
As with any purchase in the world of coins and collectibles, prospective buyers always wonder about the value of the unsearched vault bags. But the truth is that it’s impossible to predict since coin values always fluctuate, and collectors cannot rely on guarantees. However, Federated Mint can say with certainty that every unsearched bag weighs more than two pounds and is known to contain at least one Walking Liberty coin, and that coin alone could be worth $15 to $325 in collector value. As Federated Mint notes, these bags have been securely sealed and the dates were never searched since they were loaded, so there is no telling what other valuable finds are in store for their new owners.
Coin and collectible giant, Federated Mint operates from headquarters in Massillon, OH, specializing in collectible coins, currency, and precious metal products. The company typically notifies prospective buyers of its various offers through full-page advertisements printed in papers nationwide. Federated Mint is not affiliated with any United States government agency or bank.
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