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There would be no silver available for investment demand if the U.S. minted its coins as real silver money. Prior to 1965, the U.S. Mint included silver in its coinage. The U.S. dime, quarter and half-dollar consisted of 90% silver. However, today they are nothing more than base metal slugs.
srsroccoreport.com / Steve St. Angelo / April 1, 2014
The U.S. Mint sold more Silver Eagles in the past two months than it has ever in the same time-period in previous years. February and March sales were so strong, they surpassed 2013′s by nearly 2.4 million.
According to the U.S. Mint’s most recent update, sales [...]
srsroccoreport.com / by SRSrocco on March 28, 2014
According to the recent update by the U.S. Mint, Silver Eagle sales hit a new record in March. Sales of the U.S. Silver Eagle reached 4,476,000 at the end of the week. Even though this surpassed the amount sold last year by over one million, the U.S. [...]
blog.sfgate.com / Posted on March 4, 2014 | By SFGate
Despite the surge of speculation about the Saddle Ridge Hoard coming from the 1901 theft of $30,000 in gold coins from the old U.S. Mint in San Francisco, leading historians and Mint officials say that explanation doesn’t cut it.
news.goldseek.com / By Paul Shaefer / 27 February 2014
Gold – everyone loves it, especially when it comes in the form of something anyone can use. The gold coin. It’s one of the most recognizable forms of money there is – even if it’s not technically money. And, one of the more recognizable coins out [...]
Demand for physical gold and silver remains robust. The U.S. Mint has raised its silver coin supply to 850,000 ounces this week. That compares with 761,000 1 ounce American Silver Eagle coins allocated last week, Michael [...]
srsroccoreport.com / Steve St. Angelo / February 4, 2014
Sales of 2014 Silver Eagles were restricted in January due to a limited supply of available silver blanks. Silver Eagle sales during January reached 4,755,000 oz, compared to 7,498,000 oz in January, 2013.
Australia’s Perth Mint, which refines most of the bullion from the world’s second-biggest producer, joined the U.S. Mint in reporting gold demand climbed in January. Sales of coins and the increasingly popular minted gold bars at the Perth [...]
blog.milesfranklin.com / By Andrew Hoffman / January 20th, 2014
On January 7th, we wrote of how the “Noose of reality continues to tighten” on TPTB; in their soon-to-miserably-fail attempt to control perception via unprecedented levels of money printing, market manipulation and propaganda. Moreover, we last week discussed the fraudulent “recovery” that will soon be [...]
Within the first week of 2014 U.K.’s Royal Mint announced they had completely sold out of sovereign gold coins. On the other side of the pond, the U.S. Mint reports that the sale of silver coins hit an all-time high at the end of 2013, proving that [...]
gold-eagle.com / By Michael Lombardi / November 11, 2013
In 2012, the U.S. Mint sold 753,000 ounces of gold bullion in coins. So far this year, until November 6, the Mint has sold 761,000 ounces of gold bullion in coins—and we have two more months to go in 2013. (Source: U.S. Mint web site, last [...]
"Many gold bugs readily admit silver to be more depressed than gold. Ted Butler stated long ago that not even gold has a users association. The fact of the existence of this group is another of many proofs that synthetic money creators hate and fear silver even more than their loathing for gold." - Charles Savoie