Especially for Cashback World members . . .


The U.S. Dollar is in serious trouble.  With the U.S. so heavily in debt, many countries want to replace the dollar as the world's reserve currency. 

Now is the time to accumulate silver coins as an alternative to the dollar and other paper currencies.  Silver is at or close to multi-year lows, providing a terrific opportunity to accumulate a very scarce resource.

A vital asset in dwindling supply


Every American ought to have a store of silver in a safe place at home. At Silver and Currencies we offer a convenient way to purchase pre-1965 90% silver U.S. dimes, quarters, and half dollars at competitive prices and get Lyoness benefits!


Historically, the price of gold has hovered around sixteen times the price of silver.  Today, gold is about 75 times as expensive as silver.  If we consider that gold is appropriately priced, then silver would have to rise to almost five times its current price to resume its historic price relationship.

This makes silver particularly inexpensive as an investment and as a store of value.


Silver is the best conductor of heat and electricity known to man . It is also an outstanding antibacterial agent.

Silver has more than 3,000 industrial uses - and counting!  For many years the world has used more silver than it has mined.  As a result, we are in danger of running out.

This scarcity is real; however, the "paper" price of silver has been held down, possibly by market manipulation. 

It is our belief that silver is extraordinarily underpriced, and that it has the potential to rise dramatically in price.


Silver is not the only appropriate investment when the U.S. dollar is at risk.  Certain paper currencies, such as the Canadian Dollar, the Euro, and the Swiss franc, may be superior to the dollar as a store of value.  The Chinese yuan is about to be linked to gold, which will make it the only major currency in the world backed by anything except a government's promise to pay.

When you purchase both silver and currencies you invest in both a tangible asset with intrinsic value and one or more foreign currencies that may rise in value against the U.S. Dollar, and therefore provide investment appreciation.