Bernard von NotHaus talks about the FBI arrest over his Liberty Dollars

Bernard von NotHaus is a foremost expert on private currencies who was arrested with three associates over sales of his Liberty Dollars. Listen to his story!

Bernard von NotHaus served as Mintmaster for the Royal Hawaiian Mint for 25 years. He is well-known in the numismatic community as an original thinker who relishes complex problems. He is the originator of the American Liberty Dollar, a paper currency that is fully backed by gold and silver. His comments and ideas about free markets and monetary history have been extensively cataloged over the past three decades in radio, television, and print. He was a major contributor to the making of a documentary called “Super Structures: Making Money” that was aired on The Learning Channel.

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2 Responses to Bernard von NotHaus talks about the FBI arrest over his Liberty Dollars

  1. Re: Bernard Von NotHaus, “Architect” Of The Liberty Dollar To Be Sentenced
    Gold Is Money | 02DEC14
    This is from a a fellow LD RCO who was in the courtroom during sentencing this morning: “Looks like 6 months house arrest and 3 years probation.”

  2. A Monetary Gadfly in an Age of Fiat Money: Bernard von NotHaus may go to prison for making Liberty Dollars, but he has raised serious currency questions
    by Seth Lipsky
    The Wall Street Journal

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