Public Offering Of 850,000 Ounces Of Silver
PUBLIC OFFERING OF 850,000 OUNCES OF SILVER
The Atlas Monetary International Trust has completed its internal deposit of the 500,000,000 ounces of silver which is stored in fifty depositories, each containing 10,000 one-thousand ounce silver bars.
Irrevocable Trustee Andrew J. Cipollo and Asset Preservation Senior Trustee Randall D. Uselman have both signed the acceptance of the above referenced deposit; which shall be included in the audit when the deposit will be certified by the accounting firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu of Puerto Rico, along with all other Trust assets.
Depository Lot Number SP-5221-3200-0094 of the Howard Hughes Master Deposit Inventory ATB-213 is backed by Atlas Lloyds 5% of 1913 Gold Bond Number 3736, matching IBM Card Number 3736, which is representative collateral for $25,000,000 in gold under the same Howard Hughes Master Deposit Inventory ATB-213, which shall also be certified by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu of Puerto Rico within the next 120 days.
Depository Lot Number SP-5221-3200-0094 of the Howard Hughes Master Deposit Inventory ATB-213 consists of 10,000 one-thousand ounce silver bars. 850 of the first lot of 10,000 one-thousand ounce silver bars, formerly known as the Cipollo-Hayashi Deposit, will be offered for sale under the following terms and conditions:
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE OFFER TO ATLAS TRIPLE CROWN INVESTMENT PROGRAM MEMBERS
AND TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC
 Originally the offering was scheduled to be a private offer which was only to be made to Atlas Triple Crown Investment Program Members. However, the Board of Trustees of the Atlas Monetary International Trust have convened and passed a Resolution extending the offer to the general public due to the fact that an emergency situation has arisen due to the bankruptcy of General Motors, which is the middle leg of the Atlas Triple Crown Investment Program, as well as an unauthorized attack upon the Trust by Coates Lear of the Securities & Exchange Commission in furtherance of a criminal agenda on the part of that agency.
 The first 850 of the first 10,000 one thousand ounce silver bars will be processed and stamped with the logo of General Motors and the United Auto Workers Union on the face of the coin, along with the Atlas Triple Crown Investment Program on the other side of the coin.
 The cost of each one ounce silver coin will be $1.00 for the silver content, since the Atlas Monetary International Trust cannot make money on the price of $1.00 per ounce which was originally paid for the silver. The Atlas Monetary International Trust can only hold money. It is not permitted to make money.
 The cost of processing and stamping the logo of General Motors and the United Auto Workers Union as well as that of the Atlas Triple Crown Investment Program is $6.00 per coin at today’s engraving prices. Therefore, the total cost of each ounce of silver will be $7.00 per ounce, which is far less than half of the closing price of silver on May 29th, 2009, which was $15.79.
 Any participants in this offer must send their cash; check or money order for the number of ounces of silver they wish to reserve multiplied by $1.00 an ounce for the silver content. The balance of $6.00 per ounce representing the fees for processing and stamping the coins shall only be due and payable when the purchaser takes delivery of the coins at the new offices of the Atlas Monetary International Trust at Roosevelt Roads in Ceiba, Puerto Rico.
 Payments shall be made to:
Atlas Holdings Corporation
1105 Roosevelt Avenue
San Juan, Puerto Rico 00920
 This offer shall expire when 850,000 ounces of silver have been sold, or when the audited balance sheet of the Atlas Monetary International Trust has been certified by the accounting firm of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, whichever comes first.
It is hereby decreed and ordered on this 30th day of May, 2009 by:
Andrew J. Cipollo Randall D. Uselman
Irrevocable Trustee Asset Preservation Manager &
Atlas Monetary International Trust Senior Trustee of AMIT
Last Updated (Thursday, 25 February 2010 20:16)