Tag Archives: Liberty Dollar

Coin Matching Contest Winner!

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Earlier this week we launched a Coin Matching contest, promising a Silver Circle .10 oz. Rebel Round to the first person who could correctly match the fronts and backs and identify the organizations that made 10 different silver rounds minted in … Continue reading

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A Gift for the Rebels of Weeks Gone By

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Every Wednesday we have a new Rebel of the Week. Those stalwart freedom lovers who remain defiant in the face of state aggression, or steadfast in their pursuit of liberty. Although I cherish the opportunity to acknowledge their heroism it’s sad … Continue reading

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Rebel of the Week: Bernard von NotHaus requests your help

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Bernard von NotHaus is the monetary architect of The Liberty Dollar which was a privately minted silver medallion that was at one time the most popular barter currency among precious metal enthusiasts. In 2007, after 10 years of legitimate business, the … Continue reading

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