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99.9% Silver Coins in Brooksville

,Buy & Sell 99.9% +  Silver Coins in Brooksville!

Vermillion Enterprises specializes in gold & silver. 40% Silver, 90% Silver, and 99.9% Silver. We buy and sell 99.9% + Silver Coins in Brooksville.

. 40% Coins! 90% Coins! 99.9% + Coins! Basically, we buy silver coins. And therefore, sell silver coins. Call or stop by today!

99.9% + Fine Silver Coins We Buy and Sell

AMERICAN SILVER EAGLES

Monster Boxes, Proofs, Tubes, and 1-oz. loose coins.

**IRA ELIGIBLE

CANADIAN SILVER MAPLE LEAFS

Tubes and 1 oz. singles.

**IRA ELIGIBLE

ALL OTHER .999+ FINE SILVER WORLD COINS

1 oz. singles

**IRA ELIGIBLE

99.9% + Silver Coins – History

“99.9% + Silver” references certain 1 ozt silver coins. Investors, collectors, buyers, sellers, etc use this term specifically for:

Additionally, this term also differentiates these coins from 40% Silver, 90% Silver, and current circulating coins. 1965-1970 coins contained 40% Silver. Coins prior to 1965 contained 90% Silver. Current circulating coins do not contain silver.

Silver coins are considered the oldest mass-produced form of coinage. For use as trade, currency, and investment.

Add to your investment – we always have a healthy stock of 99.9% + Fine Silver Coins. Buy tubes or mix-and-match with singles.

Want to cash in on some of your investment instead? No problem. We buy sealed and unsealed monster boxes and sealed and unsealed tubes. As well as singles – whether they are the same year, same coin, or not.

Vermillion Enteprises, the place to buy and sell 99.9% + Silver Coins in Brooksville.

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So if you live in or near Spring Hill FL, Lutz FL, New Port Richey FL, Hudson FL, Crystal River FL, Inverness FL, Brooksville FL or surrounding location. Stop in Vermillion Enterprises for a price on your 99.9% + Silver today.

Brooksville

Brooksville, previously Pierceville, took on its present name in 1856. To honor and show support for Preston Brooks. A congressman from South Carolina. Who is  said to have caned and seriously injured, Massachusetts Senator, Charles Sumner. This type of violence over disputes between pro-slavery and abolitionist, eventually led to the Civil War.

In 1861 Florida had become the third state to secede from the Union and the Union Navy blockaded Florida to prevent goods from being shipped in or out of the State. Prior to this, goods from Hernando County had been shipped all over the world, including Europe and to Russia.

At that time, Hernando County also encompassed what is now Pasco and Citrus counties. In those days, the government would offer future settlers 160 acres of land for free if they farmed five acres and lived on the property for five years. This was in an attempt to help settle Florida.

The Civil War was fought between 1861-1865. Between the Northern States loyal to the Union and Southern States that had seceded from the Union. The Southern States united to form the Confederate States of America. Ultimately, the war effectively ended on April 9, 1865. When Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered to Union General Ulysses S. Grant at the Battle of Appomattox Court House.

Confederate generals throughout the Southern states followed suit, the last surrender on land occurring June 23. Much of the South’s infrastructure was destroyed. Especially its railroads. Therefore, collapsing the Confederacy. Thus, slavery was abolished. Four million enslaved black people were finally freed. The war-torn nation then entered the Reconstruction era. Which was a partially successful attempt to rebuild the country. As well as, grant civil rights to freed slaves.

Brooksville in the Civil War

The Brooksville Raid of July 1864 occurred in Hernando County. When the Union decided that a raid to the interior of Florida would be made to break up Confederate supply and communication lines to the north, they identified Bayport as their target.  There were only a few personnel at Bayport to protect supplies at the time: the 2nd Florida Calvary and the 2nd U.S. Colored Infantry. Most of the Generals were in Tampa for a conference, which left the location vulnerable to attack.

On July 3, 1864 four Union ships with 240 men came by water and marched inland, burning and destroying everything in a path six miles wide and twenty miles long. These Union troops destroyed everything within forty miles of the Gulf of Mexico.

Their ships were sunk and we sunk one of our own so that they could not get its supplies to take home.

Brooksville Raid Annual Reenactment

Presented by the Hernando Historical Museum Association. Reenactments are held annually. Typically, the 3rd weekend in January. It had become the largest Civil War reenactment in Florida. Boasting over 1,500 re-enactors and their families. With over 28 cannons, 60 horses, and over 50 sutlers. Allowing a tour of authentic confederate and union camps. Permitting guests to see how they lived and what it was like during the Civil War. It was held at the Sand Hill Scout Reservation. Which is owned by The Boy’s Scouts of America.

Sutlers – the Butlers of the War

Sutlers are civilian merchants who sell provisions to an army in the field, camp, or quarters. Selling wares from the back of a wagon or temporary tent. Often sutlers created monopolies on commodities like tobacco, coffee, and sugar. Some even offered gambling, drinking, and prostitution. Thus, they are considered to have played a major role in the moral of army men during those times. However, in modern use, a sutler, often describes a business that provides period uniforms and supplies to re-enactors. Often playing the part of historical sutlers, while selling modern-day goods at the reenactments.

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