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Release Date:  Friday, January 15, 2021
Receive Free Silver With a Qualified Purchase

FREE SILVER – This week Goldline is offering its popular 2 oz. MapleFlex Silver Bars AT NO CHARGE with every purchase of a tube (20 coins) of $5 Liberty Gold Coins. These silver bars are a client favorite and have recently been limited in inventory. Make sure to take advantage of this special offer this week which is available while supplies last. Call Goldline at 866-867-4466.

Goldline will be closed this Monday, January 18th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day but will resume its normal business hours Tuesday through Friday from 7:00am PST to 5:00pm PST. We will also have special extended hours on Wednesday, January 20th when we will close at 7:00pm PST. If you contact us outside our normal business hours, please leave us a message and we will get back to you as soon as possible.


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Gold prices closed at $1,829.60/oz. and Silver at $24.89/oz.

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