Comment: I save United States Nickels. No commision. No fee.

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I save United States Nickels. No commision. No fee.

The United States Nickel is the last remnant of money worth its weight in common circulation. US Nickel is 25% nickel & 75% copper. It is still worth its weight. Coins made of metal are like that. Worth their weight.

US banks failed many times by & by. Recently: 1913 -the Fed, 1933 - the Gold, 1965 - the silver , 1971 - the gold standard, 1982 - the copper (the US penny lost its copper; US dropped to the lowly zinc standard), 2007 ("Too-Big-to-Fail" bank bailouts; financial chaos)...

[Victrola plays As Time Goes By Casablanca, 1942]

For better or worse, the US Nickel is worth its weight... as time goes by.

Disclaimer: Mark Twain (1835-1910-To be continued) is unlicensed. His river pilot's license went delinquent in 1862. Caution advised. Daily Paul