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Why Did the US Mint Run Out of Silver Coins?

Activist Post
Activist Post
January 23rd, 2013

Last week the US Mint ran out of silver coins and suspended sales, citing record-breaking sales of physical silver in the first month of 2013.

The United States Mint has temporarily sold out of 2013 American Eagle Silver Bullion coins. As a result, sales are suspended until we can build up an inventory of these coins. Sales will resume on or about the week of January 28, 2013, via the allocation process. — Treasury Department statement, Jan 17th, 2013. (Source)

The video below explains why the physical silver market is exploding:

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  • G-DAWG

    The fix is beyond the ballot box. Semper Fi. III

  • johnd24

    They’re not real silver and don’t be that foolish to believe they are.

  • Justcause

    Civil disobedience. The case for it.

  • Red Scare

    Forget the silver eagles. Go with good old-fashioned pre’65 silver coins. Unlike eagles, they are rarely counterfeited and the supply is good if you know where to look. I’d take Peace Dollars or Morgans over Eagles anyday.

    • SKIP

      AMMO is a much better investment and that stuff can still be bought with American money, at least until it becomes like the Zim dollar…..just add ZEROES!

  • Gene Howard

    I do belive this so I went into a MERIT IRA completley cheated. Go to some place that will not cheat you.

  • Cody

    bullets are your best investment. buy as much as you can and stash it.
    better than gold.

  • crazycaptain

    If you don’t hold it in your hand you don’t own it

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