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IA residents scramble to get last Walking Liberty Rolls

Once Iowa residents got wind that Iowa
State Restricted Bank Rolls filled with
Silver Walking Liberties dating back
to the early 1900’s were being handed
over, there was a mad dash to get them.
That’s because some of these U.S. Gov’t
issued silver coins are already worth
hundreds in collector value.
“It’s like a run on the banks. The
phones are ringing off the hook. That’s
because everyone is trying to get
them before they’re all gone,” according to officials at the National Mint
and Treasury who say they can barely
keep up with all the orders.
In fact, they had to impose a strict
limit of 4 Iowa State Restricted Bank
Rolls. So, if you get the chance to get
your hands on these State Restricted
Bank Rolls you better hurry because
hundreds of Iowa residents already
have and you don’t want to miss out.
You see, the U.S. Gov’t stopped

minting these Silver Walking Liberties in 1947 and there can never be any
more which makes them extremely
collectible.
And here’s the best part. The rolls
are unsearched so there’s no telling
how much they could be worth in collector value.
That’s why at just the $39 state minimum set by National Mint and Treasury it’s a deal too good to pass up.
But you better hurry because these
Iowa State Restricted Bank Rolls are
the only ones known to exist and Iowa
residents are grabbing them up as fast
as they can.
That’s because they make amazing
gifts for children, grandchildren and
loved ones. Just imagine the look on
their face when you hand them one of
the State Restricted Rolls — they’ll
tell everyone they know what you did
for them.

■ GOT ‘EM: Residents all across Iowa who get their hands on these State Restricted Silver
Walking Liberty Bank Roll are definitely showing them off. That’s because they are the only
ones known to exist. And here’s the best part, these Bank Rolls are loaded with U.S. Gov’t
issued Silver Walking Liberty coins some dating back to the early 1900’s and worth up to 100
times their face value so everyone wants them.

Last State Restricted Silver Walking
Liberty Bank Rolls go to Iowa residents
Iowa residents get first dibs on last remaining Bank Rolls loaded with U.S. Gov’t issued Silver Walking
Liberties dating back to the early 1900’s some worth up to 100 times their face value for the next 2 days
STATE DISTRIBUTION: A strict limit of 4 State Restricted Bank Rolls per IA resident has been imposed
IOWA - “It’s a miracle these State Restricted Bank Rolls even exist. That’s why Hotline
Operators are bracing for the flood of calls,”
said Laura Lynne, U.S. Coin and Currency Director for the National Mint and Treasury.
For the next 2 days the last remaining State
of Iowa Restricted Bank Rolls loaded with
rarely seen U.S. Gov’t issued Silver Walking
Liberties are actually being handed over to
Iowa residents who call the State Toll-Free
Hotlines listed in today’s newspaper publication.
“I recently spoke with a numismatic expert
in United States of America coins and currency who said ‘In all my years as a numismatist I’ve only ever seen a handful of these
rarely seen Silver Walking Liberties issued by
the U.S. Gov’t back in the early 1900’s. But to
actually find them sealed away in State Restricted Bank Rolls still in pristine condition is
like finding buried treasure. So anyone lucky
enough to get their hands on these Bank Rolls
had better hold on to them,’” Lynne said.
“Now that the State of Iowa Restricted
Bank Rolls are being offered up we won’t be
surprised if thousands of Iowa residents claim
the maximum limit allowed of 4 Bank Rolls
per resident before they’re all gone,” said
Lynne.
“That’s because the dates and mint marks
of the U.S. Gov’t issued Silver Walking Liberty
Half Dollars sealed away inside the State of
Iowa Restricted Bank Rolls have never been
searched. But, we do know that some of these
coins date clear back to the early 1900’s and
are worth up to 100 times their face value, so
there is no telling what Iowa residents will find
until they sort through all the coins,” Lynne
went on to say.
And here’s the best part. If you are a resident of the state of Iowa you cover only the
$39 per coin state minimum set by the National Mint and Treasury, that’s fifteen rarely seen
U.S. Gov’t issued Silver Walking Liberties
worth up to 100 times their face value for just
$585 which is a real steal because non state
residents must pay $118 per coin which totals $1,770 if any coins remain after the 2-day
deadline.
The only thing Iowa residents need to do is
call the State Toll-Free Hotlines printed in today’s newspaper publication before the 2-day
order deadline ends.
“Rarely seen U.S. Gov’t issued silver coins
like these are highly sought after, but we’ve
never seen anything like this before. According to The Official Red Book, a Guide Book
of United States Coins many Silver Walking
Liberty Half Dollars are now worth $115 - $825
each in collector value,” Lynne said.
“We’re guessing thousands of Iowa residents will be taking the maximum limit of 4
Bank Rolls because they make such amazing
gifts for any occasion for children, parents,
grandparents, friends and loved ones,” Lynne
continued.
“We know the phones will be ringing off the
hook. That’s why hundreds of Hotline Operators are standing by to answer the phones beginning at 8:30 am this morning. We’re going
to do our best, but with just 2 days to answer
all the calls it won’t be easy. So make sure to
tell everyone to keep calling if all lines are
busy. We’ll do our best to answer them all.”
Lynne said.
The only thing readers of today’s newspaper publication need to do is make sure they
are a resident of the state of Iowa and call the
National Toll-Free Hotlines before the 2-day
deadline ends midnight tomorrow. ■

SILVER: one of the last
silver coins minted
for circulation

VALUABLE: minted in
philadelphia, denver
& san francisco

ENLARGED
TO SHOW DETAIL:
year varies 1916-1947

RARELY SEEN:
minted by the u.s.
mint in the early 1900’s

FACTS:

HOW TO CLAIM THE LAST STATE RESTRICTED BANK ROLLS
If you are a Iowa State Resident read the important information below about claiming the State Silver
Bank Rolls, then call the State Toll-Free Hotline at 8:30 am: 1-800-979-3771 EXT: RWB1015

Are these Silver
Walking Liberties
worth more than
other half dollars:

Yes. These U.S. Gov’t issued Silver Walking Liberties were minted in the early 1900’s and will never
be minted again. That makes them extremely collectible. The vast majority of half dollars minted after
1970 have no silver content at all and these Walking Liberties were one of the last silver coins minted for
circulation. That’s why many of them now command hundreds in collector value so there’s no telling how
much they could be worth in collector value someday.

How much are
State Restricted
Walking Liberty
Silver Bank Rolls
worth:

It’s impossible to say, but some of these U.S Gov’t issued Walking Liberties dating back to the early 1900’s
are worth up to 100 times the face value and there are 15 in each Bank Roll so you better hurry if you
want to get your hands on them. Collector values always fluctuate and there are never any guarantees.
But we do know they are the only Iowa State Silver Bank Rolls known to exist and Walking Liberties are
highly collectible so anyone lucky enough to get their hands on these Silver Bank Rolls should hold onto
them because there’s no telling how much they could be worth in collector value someday.

Why are so many
Iowa residents
claiming them:

Because they are the only State Restricted Walking Liberty Silver Bank Rolls known to exist and everyone
wants their share. Each Bank Roll contains a whopping 15 Silver Walking Liberties dating back to the
early 1900’s some worth up to 100 times their face value. Best of all Iowa residents are guaranteed to get
them for the state minimum set by the National Mint and Treasury of just $39 per Silver Walking Liberty
for the next two days.

How do I get the
State Restricted
Walking Liberty
Silver Bank Rolls:

Iowa residents are authorized to claim up to the limit of 4 State Restricted Walking Liberty Silver Bank Rolls by calling
the State Toll Free Hotline at 1-800-979-3771 Ext. RWB1015 starting at precisely 8:30 am this morning. Everyone
who does is getting the only State Restricted Walking Liberty Silver Bank Rolls known to exist. That’s a full Bank Roll
containing 15 Silver Walking Liberties from the early 1900’s some worth up to 100 times their face value for just the
state minimum set by the National Mint and Treasury of just $39 per Silver Walking Liberty, which is just $585 for
the full Bank Rolls and that’s a real steal because non state residents are not permitted to call before 5 pm tomorrow
and must pay $1,770 for each Iowa State Restricted Walking Liberty Silver Bank Roll if any remain.

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