Commemorative '03 $5 1/2 oz NORFED Liberty <25,000 made

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  • Item Category: Coins & Currency
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 02, 2009
  • Channel: Auction House

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2003 $5 Liberty contains one half of a troy ounce of .999 fine Silver.

This is the first issue of this denomination and celebrates the Fifth Anniversary of the Liberty Dollar.

The obverse design retains the same "Liberty Head" as on the 2003 $10 1 oz. Silver Libertys. The reverse is similar to the rare and smaller 2003 $1 Liberty with a truncated torch design.

These very rare and collectible Limited Edition of 25,000 $5 half oz. Libertys were SOLD OUT by the NORFED Fulfillment Center (now Liberty Dollar Services.) Many were turned in and melted down after the base change in late 2005. Now they are only available on the secondary market!

It measures 32mm and is available in BU only. This s pecimen is flawless , not toned or tarnished.

These are of the highest mint quality as are all of the Liberty Dollar products which are also one of the most beautifully designed, crafted, and collectible, privately minted medallions on the market today!

Liberty Dollar Services is Privately Backed

Liberty Dollars are NOT US Mint-struck legal tender coins, LDS has always advertised the private, nongovernmental backing of their pieces.

Since the introduction in 1998 of the Liberty Dollar, every effort has been made to promote and market the Liberty Dollar with educational tools by clearly and repeatedly pointing out that the Liberty Dollar is not United States Mint fiat money, is not legal tender, is not a "coin", is not "current currency" in the sense of governmental coinage and is not money in the sense of governmental coinage.

In its own interest, the Liberty Dollar has every incentive to clarify that the Liberty Dollar has no connection with the Feds.

Any claim of the forgoing would be contrary to the purpose and function of the Liberty Dollar, which, in addition to its being a numismatic item, is a means of voluntary barter.

Any reference to the term "coin" used in the description of this item is the generic definition used by the common knowledge of the general public, and not the government's "legal" definition.


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