Norfed Liberty dollar "mintage"

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by mrweaseluv, Oct 12, 2012.

  1. mrweaseluv

    mrweaseluv Supporter! Supporter

    anyone by chance have a link or a listing of the Mintage#s for the norfed liberty dollars. Can find plenty of info on them otherwise just no mintage numbers, would be know to know if they only made 10 or 10 million of the ones i have aquired recently
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  3. mrweaseluv

    mrweaseluv Supporter! Supporter

    P.S. This is the specific one i looking for info on but want to buy some others as well in the near future and want to know a bit more about how many of each exist :D And yes I know i spent to much on this one ($16)

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  4. Silverhouse

    Silverhouse Well-Known Member

    I have a few of these myself. The only thing I can think of is contacting Dave Gillie ( I believe that is how you spell his last name.) He was selling off quite a few of these last year on ebay. He's the one that designed some of the reverse's for these coins. He lives somewhere in Michigan. I can't recall the name of the town though. He might have an idea of the mintage numbers.
  5. Send a PM to CT member tmoneyeagles. He has discussed these many times on CT and will either know the answer or where to get it. TC
  6. Pacecar

    Pacecar Well-Known Member

    Just be careful about who you let know that you have any! They told us at our coin club meeting this week that the government will now confiscate them on sight!
  7. Dennis68

    Dennis68 Member

    That's wired,I still see some on eBay....
  8. jloring

    jloring Senior Citizen

  9. wickedsensation

    wickedsensation New Member

    Yeah right. I'd be worried. The govt seems to be pretty scared of these medals. The SS just shut down the ebay auctions. Now they will probably be kicking people's doors in making felons out of millions of collectors. Glad I sold mine.

  10. jloring

    jloring Senior Citizen

    Worry all you want, lol. And believe me, the Secret Service might advise eBay not to sell Norfed "coins", but they're not "shutting down" any auctions. Only eBay can do that, and as far as I can see, Norfeds are still OK to sell (currently the link shows 26 items.. and granted, this is considerably less than there has been in the past). Can you post a link showing eBay policy directly referring to this particular item?
  11. wickedsensation

    wickedsensation New Member

    Email I received from ebay canceling my auctions due to secret service below... They shut down every norfed auction i had up. And I bid on a rare one put up yesterday and they canceled that auction two hours later for same reason. So your right the SS didn't remove them personally but they used the power of persuasion to get the same result from ebay. And where will anybody get back the premiums we all spent on them now that the ebay avenue is closed to us? Ioffer?? Its not like the coin shops will pay more than melt. I was advised by one of the largest sellers on ebay to not admit having any in my possession anymore until freedom returns, so like I said. I'm glad I got rid of mine.

    "Unfortunately, we had to remove your listing because of the following:
    The United States Secret Service has requested the removal of all Norfed Liberty
    dollars on the eBay site as counterfeits. If you have any questions you can contact
    them at the US Secret Service Public Affairs Office ? 202-406-5708.
    Please do not relist this item.

    We appreciate that you chose to list this coin on our site and understand there was no
    ill intent on your part. Your listing fees have been credited to your account."

  12. jloring

    jloring Senior Citizen

  13. Silverhouse

    Silverhouse Well-Known Member

    I got quite a few of them when I could awhile back. I am sure some have a lot more than me, but at the time it was what I could afford. I don't see why they are going after the coin, it's not like us collectors ever intend to use it as real currency. It's a collectors item.
  14. cod3rd

    cod3rd New Member

    Glad I bought some when i did. in certain parts of the country, they use them as currency. Some stores won't even accept us dollars! The SS has to stomp this out before people realise the validity of the problem.
  15. jloring

    jloring Senior Citizen

    Hang around CT long enough, you hear everything.;)
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