Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Don't Tread on Me- Ben Franklin 100 % Silver Barter, Coins

A great American Statesmen and key figure in adopting the U. S. Constitution. "If the nation to our north can form a near perfect union"; Ben Franklin speaking of Iroquois confederacy from hence the U. S. Constitution was adopted. It is Indian law and matriarchy, the law Of Nature of God Above, The Higher Power ! Patriarch is the destroyer and that is why the present paradigm is all wrong.

Thanks and love to JupiterConjunct for the tip on Russ Means (see my YT channel)

Anyway, I'm planning on getting a few of these before they run out. I have purchased some great products from Marijah McClain before. She is a Master Herbalist and singer and more- I trust her. She's been in business for a long time.


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love these Silver Rounds, so I bought some to share with you. I think that not
only is this silver round an excellent investment for you because it is a pure
1 ounce piece of silver. Better still, this particular coin will grow in
numismatic value, that I believe will be much higher than the single ounce price
of silver. Read about numismatic value at Wikipedia here:

Silver is an excellent investment for the future
as its destiny is to go much higher in value. These would make exceptional gifts
for your friends and loved ones too.

I have a limited
amount of these in stock for $38.20 each. (Similar to the price of a US Silver
Round Eagle.) Silver is on the rise, so the price will change when I order the
next shipment. These are shipped in a small bag which will be stapled to your
invoice in the box.

This is a Good Luck coin too!
Gave one to my son to take with him to his first poker tournament and he placed
4th and won $500.00!!!

Here is some history
about the coin prints:

1754, Benjamin Franklin first popularized the rattlesnake as a symbol of national
unity during the French and Indian War. By 1774, it had become the formal symbol
of the Freedom Revolution when Paul Revere added it to the masthead of his newspaper,
The Massachusetts Spy, and showed the snake fighting a British imperial Dragon.
In 1775, Continental Colonel Christopher Gadsden incorporated a coiled rattlesnake
with thirteen rattles (symbolizing the colonies) above the motto "Don't Tread
on Me" on an early American flag.


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