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The U.S. Money Reserve for Collectors and Investors

The U.S. Money Reserve with its headquarters in Austin, Texas is a large distributor of U.S. Government issued silver, gold and platinum coins in the United States and around the world. Your text to link… Philip Diehl heads the operation with a tenacious dedication to customer service and satisfaction; traits Diehl learned while he was the 35th Director of the U.S. Mint. Diehl is a man whose insights have been proven successful by the implementation of various programs while at the U.S. Mint and as CEO and president of The U.S. Money Reserve. He is the man responsible for the very successful 50 States Quarters program according to goldnews and the introduction of the Sacagawea Dollar coin while he was in charge of the U.S. Mint.

U.S. Money Reserve appeals to two different factions, there are the coin collectors, numismatists, who enjoy having, holding, admiring and sharing individual coins and complete collections with friends and family. The other larger faction are those investors who wish to have silver and gold as a hedge against a possible economic crisis. In this worse case scenario, if our government is toppled there would be no true value to the American monetary system; our greenbacks wouldn’t be worth the paper they are printed on. But gold, which had been a standard for world economies before the dollar replaced it, would have value and would become the only tradeable currency in this catastrophic scenario. Investors who hedge their bets by buying gold, also, realize that the price of gold may continue to spiral upwards, further increasing the value of their gold items.
There is a new issue which the U.S. Money Reserve has been advertising on the PR Newswire website, it is a 75th Anniversary Commemorative of Pearl Harbor. The obverse (back) side of the coin shows two planes circling overhead as the harbor and an American Ships is being attacked. The face side of the coin shows a middle-aged representation of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth, with the face value of one dollar (for the silver coin). The country of origin is Tuvalu, located in the South Pacific, it is an independent island nation within the British Commonwealth. Its 9 small islands are sparsely populated atolls and reefs with palm-fringed beaches and WWII sites. The currency in Tuvalu is the Australian Dollar and the Tuvalu Dollar, which is valued at par with the Australian Dollar and both represent roughly 74 percent of the value of the U.S. Dollar. Sources: Follow US Money Reserve on Twitter.