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Notable Weekly News

Release Date:  Friday, June 24, 2022
New Gold Product Alert

This week Goldline is introducing the highly anticipated Benjamin Franklin Great Seal Commemorative in 1/4 ounce gold! With every five (5) of these gold commemoratives purchased, Goldline will also give you the same commemorative in 1 ounce silver and 1 ounce copper at no additional charge. About three months ago Goldline introduced the first part of a new series of products that have been specifically designed for our clients in coordination with Glenn Beck. Glenn personally designed this very unique and special commemorative. When first introduced, it was only available in silver and quickly became a client favorite and we are excited to finally make this popular commemorative available in gold.


Mirroring the 1 ounce silver, the obverse of this beautiful commemorative has the words “Stand in Love” with the bust of Benjamin Franklin and the reverse captures what was in fact Benjamin Franklin’s original design and motto, “Rebellion to Tyrants is Obedience to God.” Call Goldline to add this beautiful gold commemorative to your portfolio and get the silver and copper as part of the deal!


Goldline is open Monday through Friday from 7:00am PDT to 5:00pm PDT. 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.

Call Goldline now at 800-963-9798

Gold has ended the week at $1,827.40/oz. and Silver at $21.24/oz.


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