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free silver

n.
The free coinage of silver, especially at a fixed ratio to gold, advocated in the late 1800s to increase the demand for silver and to counteract inflation in the currency.

free silver

n
the unlimited minting of silver coins, esp when at a fixed ratio to gold
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The free Silver Lining Companion Guide is available for download or for pick up at participating distribution centers and select Allstate agencies nationwide.
Political support for free silver had grown markedly since the admission of six new western states to the union, all of which supported the silver interests (one of the six states, Montana, produced nearly 30 percent of the nation's total silver in 1890 (U.
The Royal Mint has produced 2,013 free silver pennies to parents whose children were born on the same day as the baby prince.
Babies sharing his birthday are entitled to a free silver 'lucky' coin from the Royal Mint.
In addition, gold cardholders can offer free silver cards to three people per year during the initial five years of membership or, as a one shot deal, to ten people upon acquiring the card for themselves.
To schedule an appointment for a free silver appraisal, call SDJB's professional silver buyers at: (619) 236-9603.
Wilson faced this issue with the way in which Grover Cleveland, perhaps the last of our presidents who was unmistakably in our great tradition, faced the issue of free silver.
TV auction expert Kate Bliss will be travelling to Leek Wooton next Thursday to offer free silver and jewellery valuations to the public.
The Dubai Duty Free Silver Saddle is awarded to the jockey with the highest points total, while the Dubai Duty Free Ride of the day, judged by former champion jockey Joe Mercer and English and Irish Derby winner John Reid, is presented for the best riding performance.
Using the facts and insights derived from a day-to-day study of the way in which five major newspapers covered the meeting of the Democrats in Chicago in July 1896, Bensel takes the reader into the deliberations that resulted in the nomination of William Jennings Bryan for president as the candidate of free silver.
They also included Storey, who denounced Free Silver to an audience of fellow Cleveland Democrats as a scam "organized and promoted by men directly interested in the promotion of that metal.
Mail readers returning their registration form this week will receive a free Silver Anniversary pin badge to mark the celebrations.