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 Collecting the NORFED Liberty Dollar?
Then you're in the right place!

If you have NORFED Liberty Dollars to sell that are SOLD OUT on this site, I will broker them for you!  I have a huge list of collectors and should be able to get you a decent price.  My fee is 25% of the selling price.
Notice;

All sales brokered through this site are PRIVATE sales.  The seller and buyer both are collectors of privately issued medallions displayed on this site and the identities of both are kept strictly confidential.

All orders paid with check or money order will receive a 5% discount.
E-mail me a LRGoodger 'at' gmail 'dot' com or phone me at 269-228-1516 and tell me what you want.
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All of my specimens are brilliant un-circulated housed in air-tite holders unless otherwise noted.

These pieces are not counterfeits of anything!!!
They are genuine, original, one owner examples purchased directly from the Liberty Dollar main office prior to the seizure of their holdings by government criminals in October of 2007.  They are .999 fine silver medallions made in the USA (as stamped on the earlier pieces) and originally priced at the value also stamped on the piece (they were available at discounts when purchased in quantity).  

They are described and cataloged on the pages of the Liberty Dollar Encyclopedia at;



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 #1  1998 - The original design
SCARCE!
(highest known private sale price $1000 3/20/2011)
Sold Out!
#2  1998/1999 DOUBLE DATE
 RARE!
(highest known auction price $1000 4/19/2011) 
Sold Out!
#3  1999
$300
(These are about to get scarce.  Only 3 left and no way to get more at a reasonable price.)
#4  2000 Type I - 'GODless' obverse omission error
SCARCE!
(highest known private sale $550 4/21/2011)
Sold Out!
#5  2000 Type II - block font date
SCARCE!
(highest known auction price $500 Jan. 2008)
Sold Out!
#6  2000 Type III
$100
#7  2003 Type I - small 'E'
$80
#8  2003 Type II - big 'E' 
$100
#9  2003 Type III - deep strike
SCARCE!
$200
#10  2003 Type IV - wide rim
$80

#12  2005 $10
$80
#13  2006 Puerto Rico
SCARCE!
(highest known auction price $250)
Sold Out!


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Be sure and get examples of these pieces while you still can!  The government criminals are bent on driving them to a black market at the behest of their bankster criminal buddies, who cannot stand their fraudulent, fiat paper money being exposed for what it is!  This is no different than the book burnings of old where certain pieces of paper were against the law for the words they had printed on them.  These silver pieces are purportedly "against the law" for what they have printed on them.  It might be illegal to use them to make a purchase from someone and represent them as something that is worth more than they are, but that will never be the case with these pieces.  Their collector value has far exceeded the original price tag stamped on them, as has their intrinsic value (the value of the metal they are made of).  They certainly are not less valuable imitations of US coinage produced with the intent of passing them off as genuine (the definition of 'counterfeit' 'coin'), and they were never 'coins' in the first place.  They are privately minted precious metal medallions.

The mere act of possessing a counterfeit US coin is not and never has been a criminal act.  There are collectors of examples of counterfeit coin all over the world.  Those collectors are not criminals.  The criminal act is to use a counterfeit coin to intentionally defraud someone of value.  Even if Liberty Dollars were counterfeit US coins, they cannot be used to defraud someone of value by trading with them using the original value stamped on the pieces as explained above.  Collectors of NORFED Liberty Dollars are not engaged in trying to 'pass them off' as something they are not, as counterfeiters do.  There is absolutely no support in the US justice system for the contention that it is a crime to simply possess rounds of precious metal, regardless of what they have stamped on them, even if they are non-government produced imitations of US coinage (which NORFED Liberty Dollars are not).