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Investing in Coins and Bullion Thread, Liberty Dollars in Coin Forums; Originally Posted by tmoneyeagles Posted some copper ones in the "Other Precious Metals" section. Probably don't like those either Just ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmoneyeagles View Post
    Posted some copper ones in the "Other Precious Metals" section.
    Probably don't like those either
    Just don't like the design too much

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    By design do you mean the obverse? If so then you probably won't like many of them, because the obverse is basically the same on all the coins, except for a few.
    Now if it is reverse, there are tons of different reverses and you might find you like.
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    Travis,

    Do you really like these Liberty things? Using bullion as a hedge against inflation is not a new idea and if I am going to invest in silver, I would buy ASE's which have a much better design. BTW, did I see Ron Paul on one of these in the other post?

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    Paul, I do. It is not a new idea, not saying that, the way I see it, I got them at good prices as I bought from a friend, and I don't want to sell them anytime in the future, but if the time comes, I could sell them for a profit. If you educate yourself with these, you can get good deals, some certain years and designs have errors just like regular coins, and also some of the hallmarked designs are rare as well. (Hallmarks-marks on the reverse of the coin. Examples-peace sign, handcuffs) These aren't just bullion, they are also an item for collectors, and there are quite a bit of people who buy these, and the more people that jump on the bandwagon, the more value to the Liberty Dollars.
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    Yes, you did see a Ron Paul in another post, they've used Ron Paul's face on several of the Liberty Dollars in 2008.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmoneyeagles View Post
    Paul, I do. It is not a new idea, not saying that, the way I see it, I got them at good prices as I bought from a friend, and I don't want to sell them anytime in the future, but if the time comes, I could sell them for a profit. If you educate yourself with these, you can get good deals, some certain years and designs have errors just like regular coins, and also some of the hallmarked designs are rare as well. (Hallmarks-marks on the reverse of the coin. Examples-peace sign, handcuffs) These aren't just bullion, they are also an item for collectors, and there are quite a bit of people who buy these, and the more people that jump on the bandwagon, the more value to the Liberty Dollars.
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    Yes, you did see a Ron Paul in another post, they've used Ron Paul's face on several of the Liberty Dollars in 2008.
    My response to these being more than bullion is: How much do you want to bet?

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    Paul, I don't have much to bet other than this a field I have educated myself with, and have learned a lot from people that help the organization itself, and have more information than I may ever.
    Of course I'd rather buy on ounce of silver over a quarter ounce liberty dollar, if I'm in it for bullion, but the prices for these are undeniable. I think when you have coins that are less than one ounce of silver that can reach prices over one ounce of silver, something is up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tmoneyeagles View Post
    Paul, I don't have much to bet other than this a field I have educated myself with, and have learned a lot from people that help the organization itself, and have more information than I may ever.
    Of course I'd rather buy on ounce of silver over a quarter ounce liberty dollar, if I'm in it for bullion, but the prices for these are undeniable. I think when you have coins that are less than one ounce of silver that can reach prices over one ounce of silver, something is up.
    Come on man, you know what I meant. Please tell me you are not paying premiums for these silver bullion rounds.

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    Technically I really didn't, compared to what others have paid.
    This is, in a way like MS69 ASE's, but unlike those, which have stayed at the same prices pretty much, these really have lifted in price over the past couple years, and buyers have had to pay more and more money for them.
    From a bullion standpoint overall, I'm saying buy silver, which is what I'm starting to do, I see silver being a good thing to buy at the moment. While, if you look at it a few years down the road, what you may be able to profit on, Liberty Dollars are that item. People a few years back buying these Liberty Dollars, proved to be on top when time came to sell, and the way I see it, if silver continues to rise, and the price is right for one of these dollars (a less common one), and if the trial goes south...well....looks like your tiny premium you paid, could go a long way now, couldn't it?
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    I had to have a couple of this Liberties and to tell you the truth, I like them. Not getting more but I do like and will keep the ones I have.
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    Mercury Dime and the Peace Dollar are my favorite among U.S. coins. As I’m not a collector, I like to see these coins from a distance and buy bullion coins for investment.

 

 
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