Lost Coin Archive

Stolen Coins Poland (Reported Nov 2016)

Dear Sirs,

We would like to inform you that in November 2016 our coins have been stolen from the Polish Post  packages (the coins were sent from Warsaw in Poland to Slovakia and Italy, but have never reached their owners).

Please find the pictures and descriptions of these coins attached and if it is possible - forward this warning to other companies.

If someone offer such coins to them, we hope they will contact us.

 

Thank you very much in advance, we really appreciate your help!

 

Kind Regards,
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Antykwariat Numizmatyczny - Michal Niemczyk
Zelazna 67 / 22, Warsaw | POLAND
www.niemczyk.pl | www.aukcjamonet.pl 

Stolen Collection in Honolulu, Hawaii (Reported February 9, 2017)

                                         Burglary of Residence

 Honolulu Detectives are investigating a residential burglary that resulted in the loss of a large coin and currency collection.

Partial list of stolen coins and currency:

Twenty Cent pieces 1875S AU, 1875cc XF, 1875S XF

Half dimes 1832,34,35 XF

Shield nickels  1866,67,68 all XF

1806 Draped Bust  Quarter XF

1755 8R VF

1776 8R VF

Trade Dollars 1876,1877,1879S XF

2- 1909 SVBD VF

1909S F

Two Cent pieces 1864-71 in XF

4 rolls silver dollars

1800 Bust Dollar VF

1847 Seated Dollar VF

1922 $10 Gold Note

1922 $20 Gold Note

1922 $50 Gold Note

1929 $10 Gold Note

1929 $20 Gold Note

1929 $50 Gold Note

1928 $500 Federal Reserve Note

1934 $500 Federal Reserve Note

1934 $1000 Federal Reserve Note

1896 $1,$2,$5 Educational Notes

1869 $1,$2,$5,$10 Rainbow Notes

1782 Germany 2Mariengosehen

1422-1461 Charles VII Ecud'or Gold

1515-1547 Francis I Ecud'or Gold

1625-1649 Charles I Double Crown Gold

1787 Portugese Charles III 1 Escudo Gold

1787 Portugese Charles III 2Escudo Gold

 

Anyone with information please contact:

 Det. Richard Critchlow

Honolulu Police Department

District 4 Burglary Theft Detail

+1 (808) 723-8837

 

or
Doug Davis
+1-817-723-7231
Doug @numismaticcrimes.org

Dealer Inventory Stolen in California (Reported February 7, 2017)

Inventory Stolen From Residence

Douglas Daniels returned home in Stanislaus County, CA after attending the South San Francisco Coin, Stamp and Collectibles show and became the victim of a residential burglary which resulted in the loss of his entire show inventory. Daniels left his residence for approximately one hour and during that time suspects smashed in the backdoor and removed 4 Zero Haliburton cases full of coins. Nothing else in the house was taken.

Partial list of stolen items:

 Hundreds of slabbed ANACS labeled with D.C. Daniels Collection

Complete set of Barber dimes XF/AU with 95-O having spectacular toning in a Wayte Raymond Album

1928 GEM unc 1928 $1,000 bill St.Louis

8- $500 bills XF/Unc

Over 100 CC dollars

15 Gold Certificates including 2XF 1928 $100 

Complete Canadian cent collection XF/UNC

Pack 1963 Red Seal Two's Ser#A07177601A-A071777700

 

Anyone with information contact:

 

Lt. Price

Stanislaus County Sheriff's Dept.

209-525-7188

Case#R17001303

or

Doug Davis

817-723-7231

doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Theft Gold Fifty Pesos in Texas (Reported February 2, 2017)

Detectives with the Pantego, Texas Police Department are investigating the theft of 24 Gold Fifty Peso coins from the residence of an elderly couple. The suspect/suspects may attempt to sell the coins in the North Texas area and possibly the Shreveport/Bossier City area.

Anyone with information please contact:

Det. Sam Nance

817-274-2511

or
Doug Davis
817-723-7231
Doug @numismaticcrimes.org

$5000 Reward Offered (Reported December 21, 2016)

A $5000 reward is being offered for the recovery and arrest of person or persons responsible for the theft involving a USPS package on December 21,2016.


The package contained the following coins:


1879-CC $1 NGC 63 GSA 3380250001

1853 1/2C (BN) PCGS 65 C-1 82630496

 1856 1/2C PCGS 64 J-177 82636668

 1854 1C (BN) PCGS 65 82633545

 1913 1C (RB) PCGS 65 82636593

 1859 3CS PCGS 66 82636597

 1911 10C PCGS 66 82636596

 1921-D 50C PCGS 45 82630230

 1881-S $1 PCGS 67+ 82636638

 1921 $1 PEACE PCGS 65 82629718

 1915-D 25C PCGS 65 82636752

 1916 25C STANDING LIBERTY PCGS 62 82633294

 1818 1C (RB) PCGS 64 N-10, R.1 82630360

 1871 1C (RB) PCGS 64 82630494

 1853 H10C NO ARROWS PCGS 64 82630495

 1921 50C PCGS 45 82630498

 1888-O $1 PCGS 63+ SCARFACE 82629966

 1911-S $20 PCGS 64 82636787

 1907 $20 HIGH RELIEF PCGS 58 82645741

 1814 50C PCGS 63 O-109, R.2 82629720

 1911 $20 PCGS 62 82636789


 

Anyone with information please contact:


Doug Davis
+1-817-723-7231
Doug @numismaticcrimes.org