Thursday, November 20, 2008

SHTF: Junk Silver on Squidoo

Check out this Lens on Squidoo about Junk Silver.

What is junk silver?

Junk silver are U.S. common coins, dimes, quarters and halves which were minted in 1964 and before.

Junk silver has a silver content of 90%, thus making it an affordable and accessible means for those of us who are, ahem, financially challenged in our investment liquidity.

The lens on Squidoo has some great information about junk silver, where to get it and the value of certain coins.

There is sales information from Ebay which is up to the minute and features auctions on junk silver coins of different denominations and quantity. That alone make this site a neat place to visit!

There is also news information about junk silver including a neat story about junk silver coins showing up in retail establishments. You won't be surprised at the reason why! So check it out!

I have been playing with Squidoo lenses myself and have one in the works on preparedness which I think will be of great interest and will hopefully spread the word about our cause to the "DGI" of the world.

Check out the Junk Silver lens here.

And a reminder, if you have a subject you are interested in like junk silver, preparedness, long term storage foods, emergency supplies, survival kits or whatever, you might want to think about building your own lens. It is pretty fun and easy to do. Try Squidoo and let me know what you think.

Speaking of which, please let me know what you think of these posts. Like my wife says, "I won't make it again if you don't tell me you like it!".

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Be safe, be ready and be careful!

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