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Abolitionist silver pieces

Great day, long day

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Well, today was a great day for resiliency. Many good things to report. We received our first shipment of silver pieces. We posted them to our store, with an absurd price based on numismatic rarity, since they are the only 19 such pieces available to collectors, one (1) having been pre-sold; and based on our cost. We were paid a fee for some blog posts, completed some new posts for our friends at CentreGold.com – old friends from the e-gold era – and got offered shares in a new deal. Our storage unit here in Ohio is finally empty, won’t

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Silver

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Our team has developed a concept for a silver bullion round in sterling silver. Sterling is a bit more silver than the 90% silver pieces which many Americans either remember from 1964 and previous, or have used as silver for barter and trade in the many years since then. The first bullion round we’ve designed is the size and shape of the old silver dime, but without the milled edge. We’ve put the abolitionist’s logo on the obverse and our web address and the weight of the silver piece in grams on the reverse. We will be mounting some of

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