Liver iron concentration is widely recognized as the best overall metric of total body iron content. Accurate and precise (repeatable) non-invasive measurements of liver iron concentration are needed. In this work, we assessed the test-retest repeatability of R2* mapping and quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM) in patients with liver iron overload at 1.5T. Our test-retest measurements demonstrate good agreement in different protocols for R2* quantification but large limits of agreements for QSM susceptibility estimates. Further optimization of QSM techniques is needed to improve test-retest repeatability.