Following the announcement of its new “Great War Series” set of gold and silver coins, world-renowned bullion dealer U.S. Money Reserve decided to be a part of the Veterans Day celebration at the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Florida. In partnership with the Naval Aviation Museum Foundation, the company will be honoring the fallen servicemen of World War I through the presentation of its “Great War Series” to the museum. The museum itself will be opening a new exhibit titled “The Great War” in 2021, so this upcoming ceremony will have significance for both organizations.
The coins in the “Great War Series” include a 1/4 oz. gold proof, a 1 oz. gold proof, a 2 oz. high-relief gold proof, a 1 oz. silver proof, and a 5 oz. antiquated silver proof. Four of the coins mark the end of the war, while one gold coin specifically memorializes the Treaty of Versailles event. Naval Aviation Museum Foundation president Lieutenant General Duane Thiessen was greatly honored by the commitment on the part of U.S. Money Reserve to bring attention to the past sacrifices of U.S. veterans. With the two organizations now partnering with each other, he is pleased that there will be several more events that they will host together to bring to light the events of The Great War.
U.S. Money Reserve has long supported veterans’ organizations and events, and along with its Veterans Day special, you can find many more gold and silver sets in its inventory. Before buying, you may want to know why you should be interested in gold or silver bullion, even if you are not a coin aficionado. Gold and silver can be an important hedge for your wealth against economic impacts that you can not control.
Inflation always comes in cycles, and while an increase in consumer spending is good for the economy, prices can get pushed up, and the cost of living can also get very high. The Federal Reserve tries to keep things stable by raising and lowering interest rates, but sometimes, even the Federal Reserve’s policies can not control the laws of economics. When markets are going through a recession or depression, precious metals like gold and silver become important, and having them in your portfolio can help you weather the storm. They can also increase in market value if you hold onto them for the long term, and you can even open an IRA using gold or silver bullion. With U.S. Money Reserve, you are buying physical gold from a company that deals in certified U.S. Mint coins, and former U.S. Mint Director Phillip N. Diehl also serves there, offering his expertise in the field both to company leaders and customers. The products have a wide range of prices from a few hundred dollars to several thousand, and there is a free gold kit that you can sign up for if you are unsure which ones you should buy. To find out about the company’s products and how you can protect your wealth, call 1-866-646-8465, or visit the U.S. Money Reserve website.