While Silver Rounds Are Not Legal Tender, You Get More Silver Ounces for Your Money Than Most Other Options

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Walking Liberty (obverse) – Between 1916 and 1947 the United States minted what is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful coin designs ever. Originally, the Walking Liberty half-dollar silver coin design was created by Adolf A. Weinman, who was also the designer of the popular Mercury Dime. It was said that Elsie Stevens was Weinman's model for the silver dimes and the Walking Liberty rounds. The current "American Silver Eagles" have a similar design on the obverse. These silver rounds are larger - containing a full 1/2 ounce of silver as opposed to the Walking Liberty half-dollar, which only contains 0.357 ounces of silver after factoring out the copper (which is 10% of its overall weight).

Perched Eagle (reverse) – The perched eagle is a popular rendition placed on numerous United States Mint coins, beginning in 1795 and becoming more prevalent in the mid-1800's. Each silver round is branded in the Money Metals Exchange name and stamped with its guaranteed weight of one half troy ounce of .999 fine silver. These privately minted rounds are not legal tender and differ in numerous ways from any government-minted coin. And they are clearly marked with the Money Metals Exchange brand to further ensure there is no confusion with any coin or numismatic item. Purchase these silver rounds online now!

Get these fractionals today:
https://goo.gl/qZzlzB     (1 Oz)
https://goo.gl/kUNt2p   (1/2 Oz)
https://goo.gl/BaQWby (1/4 Oz)
https://goo.gl/Dwkxz5   (1/10 Oz)

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