This is a beautiful 1932 silver certificate from the U.S. Mint. There is a large “D” on the front and the reverse shows the U.S. seal.
I got this when I was in high school, and I don’t know why I got it. I can’t tell you how much it means to me. I was a student of the U.S. Mint, and I had the pleasure of meeting the President of the U.S. Mint, and he gave me this certificate.
The seal is so rare that it was only produced in the last few years, but it’s enough to make you feel like you’re in the presence of the highest living American official when it’s seen in a museum somewhere. This one is in the Smithsonian, in the National Air and Space Museum, and at the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York.
If you have the right connections, you can also get the actual 35-cent piece, but my guess is that it is a very special one that was made to honor President Roosevelt. The actual one is only a few hundred dollars, and you can even get it in a special collector edition if you really want to get some.
The real piece is rare and extremely valuable. But even if you don’t have the money or connections to get it, you can get the original via the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. It’s a very special piece, and I don’t blame you if you want to do something special to it.
I guess I have been so focused on Deathloop’s main theme that I thought I would never get another chance to use the Roosevelt piece. My apologies for not doing so.
Roosevelt was a Republican president who served from March 1933 to January 1945. He was the 38th president of the United States, a Democrat, and the 26th president of the US since the end of World War II. He was born in New York City on February 10, 1856. He is considered by some to be the greatest president in US history, by others to be the worst, and by others to be a man who never won an election.
Roosevelt was a true American hero, but during his lifetime (and after), his party was consistently beaten in elections. His party didn’t win the presidency until he was almost 70 years old. The Republicans were beaten in the 1916 election and the 1920 election, even with the help of Herbert Hoover’s “New Deal” economic policies. That’s a pretty good record.
If you have a silver certificate, then you are a Rooseveltite which means that you are a big Rooseveltite. The Silver Certificate has the same benefits that the Constitution provides, it is easy to use, and the government rarely gets audited for a long period of time. But the Silver Certificate also has other benefits: It has a “relic value” of $1.5 billion, so you can get it back when your retirement savings are gone.
The Silver Certificate is a good deal, but it’s a small piece of the puzzle. You have to figure out how to put it all together. What you have to do is figure out how to make a pretty accurate and effective claim for silver in your case. The Silver Certificate is part of the same puzzle you found on the other side of the world.