Philip Diehl is the president and CEO of the U.S. Money Reserve, located in Austin, Texas. Diehl was the innovative, past, Director of the U.S. Mint, who was responsible for two exciting programs while he was in charge. Diehl originated the very popular “50 States Quarters” program and the Sacagawea dollar coin. His experience as the 35th Director of the U.S. Mint has served him well, as he begins another commemorative gold and silver coin program, whose profits will help to erect a 75th anniversary statue, “The Lone Sailor” at the Pearl Harbor Memorial in Hawaii.
The U.S. Money Reserve was founded in 2001, in Austin, Texas, and is a very large private distributor of gold and silver coins, which are prized by collectors, as well as, investors wanting to hedge against a major collapse in the American economy and the devaluation of the US dollar.
Diehl and the U.S. Money Reserve as told by goldnewsnetwork are dedicated to customer service and satisfaction. This was Diehl’s goal at the U.S. Mint, where he dramatically increased their sales in the time he was in charge.
According to a news story published by Yahoo. Diehl and his company are combining forces with the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation to create and install a bronze statue, “The Lone Sailor” at the official memorial in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. For each purchase according to a kusi.com report of a U.S. Money Reserve 75th anniversary commemorative coin, Diehl and his company will give $5. to the U.S. Navy Memorial Foundation toward the cost of this statue.
This special commemorative coin program will be available until February, 28, 2021. Now is a good time for collectors, investors and anyone interested in Naval history to own this coin from the U.S. Money Reserve.