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SILVER AND SHELLS, #2 IN A 6 COIN SERIES: Future survival could depend on actions taken today. The question is not "will the wheels fall off"? but "when the wheels do fall off, how badly off are we off"? No one knows the answers to these questions, however thought leaders and conservative practitioners are preparing for multiple outcomes. Our path is "Safety in Numbers" and the long term practice of preparing now to be ready for a future that could look radically different from the way it is today.  Safety in Numbers - REAL METAL, REAL VALUE

Silver and Shells: Financial Planners talk about diversification when investing in stock and bonds.  The strategy is valid and needs to be done with physical investments as well. Weapons are worthless without adequate stores of ammunition and gold isn't always appropriate for barter transactions. Silver and Shells are part of the diversification needed to pay for and protect what belongs to you. Safety in Numbers - REAL METAL, REAL VALUE

Minted in Cincinnati Ohio from American made .999 pure copper, it has a minimum weight of 1oz AVDP per coin. The coining dies for Osborne Mint copper rounds are satin frosted, after which the backgrounds are carefully polished to a mirror finish, giving each coin a cameo-like appearance. Our traditional style rounds are struck with reeded edges like a US quarter, and made coin flip. 

Every product made by Osborne is manufactured to the strictest standards for metal purity, weight and dimensions.

Pure copper coins are sensitive to the oils on your fingers, so handle them with gloves or by the edges to avoid staining. We recommend storing in a sulfur-free environment, like pvc-free tubes, flips or capsules.

We proudly stand behind the tens of millions of coins we make every year.