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Gold Jewelry Under Executive Order 6102

from United CPM:

As the US government confiscated gold, some people were pleased their gold jewelry seemed exempt. Indeed, I wonder how many people changed their gold bullion into jewelry before the May 1, 1933 deadline?

Perhaps a few smart ones did just this.

When President Roosevelt called in all gold coin, gold bullion, and gold certificates, all persons were required to deliver their gold to a Federal Reserve Bank, branch or agency, or to any member bank of the Federal Reserve System.

They faced criminal penalties for violation of the executive order of $10,000 fine or 10 years imprisonment, or both, as provided in Section 9 of the order.

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3 comments to Gold Jewelry Under Executive Order 6102

  • Frank Zak

    The American Buffalo 1 oz gold is .999
    pure gold.

    How are they going to know if you melt it
    in your kitchen sink ?

    The American gold eagle is 90% gold and if you melt
    it, it will leave trace elements it was a coin.

  • karate kid

    according to the goverments own accounting 6 million ounces were in circulation and only 2 million was turned in 1934 you figure it out

    also this time the evaluation will be like 10000 dollars

    will you melt your gold down.
    you beta
    did they of coarse

    did you read that in gov schools

    no everyone took their gold and gave it to fdr and said your like a god save us
    this delusion will be compared to the Nazis beleiveing in gov instaed of beleiveing in god

  • Gerald

    It is very evident from the abundant existence of historic gold coins, that not everyone was obedient. Neither will all be obedient if it happens again. Same will be true if they outlaw guns. They will never get them all and besides, there are people who can build their own.

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