Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by C-B-D, Nov 14, 2017.
Do I have anything good? Got these for melt.
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These were put out by a private individual, Bernard Von Nothaus. Here is a link to wiki describing the debacle: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liberty_dollar_(private_currency)
Who knows if it will be worth anything in the future?... your guess is as good as mine. It appears the US government confiscated a large chunk of these.... so that might lead to some rarity. +Some people collect these types of oddities. However, it sounds like he produced far too many for them gain any sort of rarity in my lifetime.
I'm not a stacker, nor do I collect silver bars, etc, but I think the back story is really interesting and would definitely add these to my collection if I found them near melt or even a little premium
Cool, two historically-important tokens, each good for one free black-helicopter ride!
If their different. Then hold on to them. Someone will always ask. What the reck are those
I don't usually buy this type of thing but I did get both a silver and a dollar version of the one ounce round, simply because of the story behind them.
Who knows maybe interest will be drummed up again in general for these soon as I recently read the .gov is releasing the ones they seized back to Von Nathaus and he's going to be hallmarking those ones.
I bought one once...
From the small info i remember about these- the older the better iirc. There is definitely a premium and i would probably buy one if the price was right. PM me
Silver rounds are as grains of sand on the beach. In the grade scheme of things, these are among the most likely to accumulate and retain collector value because their demand can/could cross into non-collector demographics.
I recently bought a couple of the 1 ounce versions but had to pay a premium. Nice buy.
Very cool finds for melt.
You probably at least doubled your money. I sold a rare 2004 2oz Piedfort one for $600 recently. Bought it for $80 and dude thought he got one over on me.
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