What is the value of a Liberty Dollar coin?

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The NORFED Liberty Dollar coins have no monetary value because they are not legal tender. The liberty dollar coins were produced in an attempt to provide an alternative currency. The U.S. Mint does not recognize liberty dollar coins as having any monetary value and it is illegal to use them as circulating money.
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