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October 18, 2012 - Coin Theft in Train

Zurich-based auction house Numismatica Ars Classica informed us about a coin theft that took place in the train going from Zurich via Visp to Martigny on the afternoon of October 18, 2012.

The following coins were stolen:

Octavianus, Aureus, 8.01g - NAC Auction 67 / lot 104

Vespasianus, Aureus, 7.39g - NAC Auction 67 / lot 132

Antoninus Pius, Aureus, 7.28g - NAC Auction 67 / lot 155

Marcus Aurelius, Aureus, 7.18g - NAC Auction 67 / lot 159

Lucius Verus, Aureus, 6.41g - NAC Auction 67 / lot 165

Geta, Aureus, 7.21g - NAC Auction 67 / lot 194

Maximinus II Daia, Aureus, 5.38g. - NAC Auction 67 / lot 222

Caracalla, Aureus, 7.42g - UBS Auction 78, lot 1764

All coins are Gold and exceedingly rare. Should you be offered or have been offered one of these coins or a group of them, then please contact Numismatica Ars Classica.

Jan 2016 New York Auction - Lost Coins

See attached list of 24 Parthian lost coins that we bought from our Jan 2016 New York Auction when sent by Royal Mail to a client in France in February this year.

 If you need any further information, please let me know.

 Kind regards,

 Seth Freeman (Seth@baldwin.co.uk)


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1. Kingdom of Persis. Artaxerxes II (1stCentury BC). Silver Hemidrachm, 2.04g, type 1c. Large bust of Artaxerxes II left, with short beard, wearing diadem with two ties, torque with two segments, and mural crown with two towers, no symbol behind. Rev. King standing left, holding sceptre and sacrificing before altar to left (NAP 597, this coin, otherwise unpublished with two-towered mural crown). Well struck and bold, light mottled toning, choice very fine.

 

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2. Kingdom of Persis. Artaxerxes II (1stCentury BC). Silver Drachm, 4.08g, type 1d. Large bust of Artaxerxes II left, with short beard, wearing diadem with four ties, torque with four segments, and mural crown, symbol behind. Rev. King standing left, holding sceptre and sacrificing before altar to left (Klose & Müseler 4/10; Alram 570; Tyler-Smith -; Sunrise 598, this coin). Boldly struck, cleaned and toned., extremely fine.


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3. Kingdom of Persis. Oxathres I (1stCentury BC to 1st Century AD). Silver Drachm, 3.85g, type 1. Bearded bust of Oxathres I left, wearing diadem with three ties and torque with four segments, crescent(?) before. Rev. King standing left, holding sceptre and sacrificing before altar to left (Klose & Müseler -; Alram 579; Tyler-Smith -; Sunrise 602, this coin). Bold portrait in high relief, extremely fine, lightly toned.

 

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4. Kingdom of Persis. Oxathres I (1stCentury BC to 1stCentury AD). Silver Hemidrachm, 2.22g, type 1. Bearded bust of Oxathres I left, wearing diadem with three ties and torque with three segments, monogram behind. Rev. King standing left, holding sceptre and sacrificing before altar to left (Klose & Müseler -; Alram 580; Tyler-Smith 114-5; Sunrise 603, this coin). Light grey tone, extremely fine.


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5. Kingdom of Persis. Pakor II (1stCentury AD). Silver Drachm, 3.89g. Bearded bust of Pakor II left, wearing diadem, flower(?) to left. Rev. Bearded bust of king left, wearing diadem (Klose & Müseler -; cf Alram 588 (Pakor I; no symbol on obv.); Tyler-Smith -; Sunrise 615, this coin). Boldly struck on a nice broad flan, toned, extremely fine.

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6. Kingdom of Persis. Nambed (1stCentury AD). Silver Hemidrachm, 1.43g. Bearded bust of Nambed left, wearing diadem and mural crown, uncertain symbol to left. Rev. King standing left; star in crescent to left (Klose & Müseler 4/42; Alram 604; Tyler-Smith -; Sunrise 630, this coin). Extremely fine, no toning.

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7. Kingdom of Persis. Kapat (1stCentury AD). Silver Hemidrachm, 1.80g. Bearded bust of Kapat left, wearing diadem and Parthian-style tiara with two rows of pellets, pellet border. Rev. Bearded bust of king left, wearing diadem (Klose & Müseler -; cf Alram 613; Tyler- Smith -; Sunrise 639, this coin, otherwise unpublished). Extremely fine, lightly toned.

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8. Kingdom of Persis. Kapat (1stCentury AD). Silver Obol, 0.62g. Bearded bust of Kapat left, wearing diadem with one loop tie and Parthian-style tiara with two rows of pellets, pellet- in-crescent to left, no border. Rev. Bearded bust of king left, wearing diadem (Klose & Müseler -; Alram 614; Tyler-Smith 204; Sunrise 643, this coin). Lightly toned, superb extremely fine.

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9. Kingdom of Persis. Manuchtir II (2nd Century AD). Silver Hemidrachm, 1.39g. Bearded bust of Manuchtir II left, wearing diadem and Parthian-style tiara with pellet-in-crescent. Rev. Bearded bust of king left, wearing diadem (Klose & Müseler -; Alram 635; Sunrise 662, this coin). Extremely fine, lightly toned.

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10. Kingdom of Persis. Manuchtir III (2nd Century AD). Silver Drachm, 3.37g. Bearded bust of Manuchtir III left, wearing diadem and Parthian-style tiara decorated with pellet-in- crescent. Rev. Bearded bust (of Manuchtir II?) left, wearing diadem and Phrygian-style tiara (Klose & Müseler 5/15; Alram 642; Sunrise 665, this coin). Struck on a nice broad flan, extremely fine, lightly toned.

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11. Kingdom of Persis. Manuchtir IV (2nd Century AD). Silver Drachm, 3.31g. Bearded bust of Manuchtir IV left, wearing diadem, hair in bunch above. Rev. Bearded bust (of Manuchtir III?) left, wearing diadem and Parthian-style tiara (Klose & Müseler -; Alram 646 (Manuchtir III); Sunrise 669, this coin). Well struck on a broad flan, toned, extremely fine.

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12. Kingdom of Persis. Manuchtir IV (2nd Century AD). Silver Drachm, 3.16g. Bearded bust of Manuchtir IV left, wearing diadem, hair in bunch above. Rev. Bearded bust (of Manuchtir III?) left, wearing diadem and Parthian-style tiara (Klose & Müseler -; cf Alram 646 (no pellet in legend; Manuchtir III); Sunrise 671, this coin). Extremely fine, no toning.

 

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13. Kingdom of Persis. Manuchtir IV (2nd Century AD). Silver Hemidrachm, 1.65g. Bearded bust of Manuchtir IV left, wearing diadem, hair in bunch above. Rev. Bearded bust (of Manuchtir III?) left, wearing diadem and Parthian-style tiara (Klose & Müseler 5/18; cf Alram 646 (drachm; Manuchtir III); Sunrise 672, this coin). Extremely fine, no toning.

 

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14. Kingdom of Persis. Manuchtir IV (2nd Century AD). Silver Obol, 0.57g. Bearded bust of Manuchtir IV left, wearing diadem, hair in bunch above. Rev. Bearded bust (of Manuchtir III?) left, wearing diadem and Parthian-style tiara (Klose & Müseler -; cf Alram 646 (drachm; Manuchtir III); Sunrise 673, this coin, otherwise unpublished). Delicately toned, extremely fine.


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15. Kingdom of Persis. Artaxerxes IV (late 2nd to early 3rdCentury AD). Silver Drachm, 2.66g. Bearded bust of Artaxerxes IV left, wearing diadem, hair in bunch above, monogram to left. Rev. Bearded bust of king left, wearing diadem and mural crown, no rays above (Klose
& Müseler -; cf Alram 651 (rays above crown on rev.); Sunrise 685, this coin). Toned, choice very fine.

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16. Sasanian Kingdom. Varhran (Bahram) II (AD 276-293). Silver Drachm, 4.09g. Jugate busts Varhran II, wearing winged crown with korymbos, and his queen wearing kolah with boar’s head, right, vis-a-vis bust of Prince 4, presenting wreath and wearing kolah with eagle’s head, left. Rev. Fire altar with ribbon, flanked by Varhran II and his queen, holding ring, facing toward altar, symbol to left of flames (SNS type VII/5; Göbl type X/3; Paruck 158; Saeedi 168; Sunrise 789, this coin). Extremely fine, lightly toned. Rare.


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17. Sasanian Kingdom. Shapur II (AD 309-379). Silver Obol, 0.70g, mint IX ("Kabul"), c. AD320. Bust of Shapur II right, wearing mural crown with korymbos and inner ribbon. Rev. Fire altar with ribbons (SNS type Ib1/2a; MK -; Göbl type Ia/7; Paruck -; Saeedi -; Sunrise 845, this coin). Toned, extremely fine.

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18. Sasanian Kingdom. Shapur II (AD 309-379). Silver Drachm, 4.35g, uncertain mint, c. AD 370-379. Bust of Shapur II right, wearing mural crown with korymbos and inner ribbon. Rev. Fire altar with ribbon and bust left in flames, flanked by two attendants, each wearing mural crown with korymbos, legend on altar shaft, “rasty” (truthfulness) (SNS type Ib1/3b (pl. 21, 323); MK -; Göbl type Ia/6b; Paruck -; Saeedi -; Sunrise 868, this coin). Toned, extremely fine.
The Sunrise Collection states “SNS lists this variety under 'dubious or false' citing only one example in de Morgan. However, many more specimens of this style have appeared recently, and they clearly are authentic.”

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19. Sasanian Kingdom. Varhran (Bahram) IV (AD 388-399). Silver Drachm, 3.88g, AW (Ohrmazd-Ardashir), c. AD 388/9. Bust of Varhran IV right, wearing winged merlon crown with korymbos, single diadem end, letters of mintmark “aw” at the end of ribbon. Rev. Fire altar with ribbons, inscription - mintmark “aw”, similar to obverse to left of altar shaft (SNS type Ia5/1a (unlisted combination); Göbl type I/2; Paruck -; Saeedi -; Sunrise 884, this coin, otherwise unpublished). Well struck, toned, superb extremely fine. Extremely rare.

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20. Sasanian Kingdom. Varhran (Bahram) IV (AD 388-399). Silver Drachm, 3.72g, HLYDY (Herat), c. AD 389-394. Bust of Varhran IV right, wearing winged merlon crown with korymbos. Rev. Fire altar with ribbons and bust right (no flames), flanked by two attendants, inscription mint mark “hlydy” (or “hrydy”) on altar shaft (SNS type Ia1/2a (pl. 39, 42); Göbl type I/1; Paruck -; Saeedi -; Sunrise 888, this coin). A marvelous example, lightly cleaned, delicately toned, superb extremely fine.

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21. Sasanian Kingdom. Varhran (Bahram) IV (AD 388-399). Silver Drachm, 4.03g, Merv. Bust of Varhran IV right, wearing winged merlon crown with korymbos. Rev. Fire altar with ribbons and bust right in flames, flanked by two attendants (SNS type Ic/2c (pl. 40, 57); Göbl type I/1; Paruck -; Saeedi -; Göbl, Hunnen Em. 30 (Hunnic); Donum Burns 1565-6 (Kidarites); Sunrise 891, this coin). Extremely fine, lightly toned.

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22. Sasanian Kingdom. Yazdgard I (AD 399-420). Silver Drachm, 4.35g, WH (Veh-Andiyok- Shapur). Bust of Yazdgard I on floral ornament right, wearing mural crown with frontal crescent and korymbos. Rev. Fire altar with ribbons, flanked by two attendants, crescent to left of flames and inscription “wh” to right and on altar shaft (SNS type Ib1/1a var 2 (pl. 54, 66); Göbl type I/1; Paruck -; Saeedi -; Göbl Coll. 5273; Sunrise 914, this coin). Lustrous and lightly toned, superb extremely fine.

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23. Sasanian Kingdom. Varhran (Bahram) V (AD 420-438). Silver Drachm, 3.93g, “GY” (or “RD”), c. AD 425-438. Bust of Varhran V right, wearing mural crown with korymbos set on crescent. Rev. Fire altar with head of Varhran V right on shaft, flanked by two attendants, letters to left and right of shaft (SNS type Ia/2; Göbl type I/2; Paruck -; Saeedi -
; Sunrise 922, this coin). Toned, extremely fine.

A collection of U.S. Philippines stolen

 

Someone broke-into the customer house and stole his safe with his coins inside.  Almost all of the coins are Philippine Coins (see attached list).  If your company will happen to encounter these coins, please contact Fullerton Police or the collector.

POLICE REPORT # 16-53792 FULLERTON POLICE: +1-714-738-6715

COIN OWNER: CHRISTOPHER GALINDO PCGS CUSTOMER NUMBER: 959180 PHONE# : +1-949-554-8573

EMAIL: chris@hparchs.com 

Cert Number PCGS No. Date Variety Denom Grade Current Value

30496982 555508 1947-S MacArthur KM-184 50C MS66 100

24585003 555176 1861 KM-144 4 Peso XF40 500

80482868 555178 1862 4 Peso AU58 600

30710207 555179 1863 KM-144 4 Peso AU50 600

80482869 555180 1864 4 Peso AU50 600

80482870 555181 1865 4 Peso AU53 600

28207764 555183 1866 4 Peso XF45 2,000

5789238 555034 1885 10C MS66 500

26098297 4030351761-Mo MM Calico-888 Cross tip betw 8 R H N1 300

30939414 842177 1969 50 Kop MS66 300

24246278 643969 1920 HK-449 Wilson Silver 650

30984112 643970 1920 HK-450 Copper Manila  450

24945542 90005 1903 1/2C MS64RD 80

24945541 90005 1903 1/2C MS64RD 80

26711778 90007 1904 1/2C MS64RB 70

26670085 90037 1903 KM-163 1C MS64RB 120

26670086 90040 1904 1C MS64RB 120

3429586 90043 1905 1C MS64RB 150

26308195 90045 1908-S 1C MS64BN 200

27860159 90046 1908-S 1C MS63RB 150

26670087 90048 1909-S 1C AU55BN 100

26308196 90048 1909-S 1C AU58BN 150

29898684 90048 1909-S 1C MS63BN 300

10452082 90052 1910-S 1C MS64RB 200

9417515 90052 1910-S 1C MS65RB 250

26308197 90055 1911-S 1C MS63RB 150

9417517 90055 1911-S 1C MS65RB 200

26878010 90055 1911-S 1C MS65RB 200

26878011 90055 1911-S 1C MS65RB 200

5640669 90057 1912-S 1C MS63BN 160

26308198 90057 1912-S 1C MS64BN 175

26308199 90060 1913-S 1C MS64BN 180

26308200 90063 1914-S 1C MS64BN 180

26308201 90066 1915-S 1C AU50BN 300

26670088 90069 1916-S 1C AU58BN 120

24866000 90077 1917-S 1C MS65RD 300

26670090 90081 1918-S Allen-2.16a Large S 1C XF40BN 350

26670091 90084 1919-S 1C AU55BN 70

26670092 90087 1920-S 1C AU50BN 70

26670093 90093 1921 1C AU58BN 70

30496978 90093 1921 1C MS63BN 100

26670094 90099 1925-M 1C MS63BN 100

3489907 90110 1928-M KM-163 1C MS64RD 100

26670095 90111 1929-M 1C MS63BN 100

24573549 90112 1929-M 1C MS64RB 120

26670097 90114 1930-M 1C MS64BN 100

26670096 515992 1930-M Allen-2.27b RPD 1C MS65BN 300

3525278 90124 1933-M 1C MS65RB 150

28195506 90130 1936-M 1C MS64RB 100

28195507 90169 1937-M 1C MS64RB 100

31768949 90172 1938-M 1C MS64RB 100

26670098 90174 1939-M 1C MS65BN 100

24866031 90178 1940-M 1C MS64RB 100

20561596 90185 1944-S 1C MS65RD 100

26308191 90193 1903 5C MS64 100

30496984 90193 1903 5C MS65 150

26711776 90194 1904 5C MS65 300

33630313 90198 1918-S Allen-4.08b Mule 5C XF40 2,500

26670084 90202 1925-M 5C AU50 100

26308192 90202 1925-M 5C MS61 200

28942866 90205 1928-M 5C MS63 200

26308193 90206 1930-M 5C MS64 200

26308194 90207 1931-M 5C MS63 120

21652221 90237 1903 10C MS61 120

5672981 90237 1903 10C MS63 150

5647301 90237 1903 10C MS63 150

18063623 90237 1903 10C MS64 200

33630311 90237 1903 10C MS64 200

33630312 90237 1903 10C MS64 200

24945540 90238 1903-S 10C MS62 3,500

24945539 90239 1904 10C N1 100

26711775 90239 1904 10C MS62 180

28959254 90239 1904 10C MS64 300

26670083 90240 1904-S 10C AU58 80

24573573 90240 1904-S 10C MS65 300

24573582 90247 1907 10C MS65 300

28942867 90248 1907-S 10C MS61 120

5647311 90248 1907-S 10C MS64 200

28942868 90249 1908-S 10C AU55 80

24249822 90249 1908-S 10C MS62 150

22100602 90249 1908-S 10C MS63 200

24894107 90249 1908-S 10C MS63 200

27860161 90250 1909-S KM-169 10C AU53 300

27860160 90253 1912-S 10C AU58 200

24573593 417773 1914-S Allen 8.10b Long Bar 10C AU55 200

24573594 90256 1915-S 10C AU53 300

30496980 90257 1917-S 10C N1 50

27193036 90257 1917-S 10C MS65 500

33630310 90257 1917-S 10C MS65 500

27912823 90258 1918-S 10C MS64 200

24573610 90258 1918-S 10C MS65 200

24573616 90259 1919-S 10C AU58 80

24573614 90259 1919-S 10C MS62 120

27860162 90260 1920 10C AU58 120

28942870 90261 1921 10C MS62 120

29373685 90261 1921 10C MS65+ 300

5647325 90262 1929-M 10C MS64 175

27860163 90263 1935-M 10C MS64 120

3482757 90263 1935-M 10C MS64 120

5640722 90263 1935-M 10C MS64 120

31768945 90279 1937-M 10C AU58 80

31768946 90279 1937-M 10C AU58 80

10452176 90279 1937-M 10C MS64 150

30496979 90279 1937-M 10C MS64 150

5666539 90280 1938-M 10C MS64 100

27860164 90281 1941-M KM-181 10C MS64 150

5796612 90282 1944-D KM-181 10C MS65 50

5796608 90282 1944-D KM-181 10C MS65 50

5680041 90282 1944-D KM-181 10C MS65 50

27860165 90283 1945-D 10C MS65 50

28942873 90288 1903 20C AU58 75

27860167 90289 1903-S 20C AU50 250

26308190 90289 1903-S 20C AU50 250

26670068 90290 1904 KM-166 20C N1 100

5591477 90290 1904 KM-166 20C MS62 225

26711774 90290 1904 KM-166 20C MS62 225

5814259 90290 1904 KM-166 20C MS64 350

24573311 90291 1904-S 20C AU58 100

11311996 90291 1904-S 20C MS63 250

26670081 90292 1905-S 20C AU50 200

30496981 90300 1907-S 20C AU58 150

27860166 90303 1910-S 20C VF35 100

26670080 90309 1915-S 20C N1 50

33630314 90310 1916-S 20C AU58 200

24573295 90311 1917-S KM-170 20C MS62 175

26670079 90312 1918-S 20C MS62 150

27331360 90313 1919-S KM-170 20C AU58 120

28942872 90314 1920 20C MS63 200

28942871 90315 1921 20C AU58 75

24573273 90315 1921 20C MS64 300

24573268 90317 1929-M 20C MS64 150

24573264 90331 1937-M 20C MS65 200

24573263 90332 1938-M 20C MS64 120

27860168 90332 1938-M 20C MS64 120

15454139 90333 1941-M KM-182 20C MS63 120

26670082 90334 1944-D 20C MS66 100

5748954 90336 1945-D KM-182 20C MS64 50

24945538 90342 1903 50C AU55 75

28942879 90342 1903 50C MS62 120

24571139 90342 1903 50C MS63 200

12774294 90342 1903 50C MS63 200

80127663 90342 1903 50C MS64 325

27860171 90344 1904 50C AU58 200

26711773 90344 1904 50C MS62 300

20978164 90344 1904 50C MS64 500

28942877 90345 1904-S KM-167 50C AU58 100

27860169 90346 1905-S 50C AU53 400

28942878 90346 1905-S 50C AU55 450

28942874 90355 1908-S 50C AU53 200

28942876 509685 1918-S Allen-14.07a Inverted S 50C MS64 2,000

33349106 90360 1920 KM-171 50C AU58 175

24573345 90361 1921 50C AU58 100

3611579 90361 1921 50C MS63 200

19523831 90409 1936-M Commonwealth KM-17650C N1 100

26670077 90409 1936-M Commonwealth KM-17650C MS63 175

30496983 90375 1944-S KM-183 50C MS65 250

33630315 90375 1944-S KM-183 50C MS65 250

27860178 90376 1945-S 50C MS65 100

33349108 90381 1903 Peso XF45 100

28942885 90381 1903 Peso AU50 150

31768931 90381 1903 Peso AU53 200

31768932 90381 1903 Peso AU55 275

25214198 90381 1903 Peso MS63 1,300

20978166 90382 1903-S Peso AU53 135

31768933 90382 1903-S Peso AU55 165

31768934 90382 1903-S Peso AU55 165

28942887 90382 1903-S Peso AU58 175

24571127 90382 1903-S Peso AU58 175

32569903 90383 1904 Peso AU55 400

20978163 90383 1904 Peso MS64 1,600

28942888 90384 1904-S Peso AU58 175

24571103 90384 1904-S Peso MS63 600

32569908 90385 1905-S KM-168 Curved Serif Peso AU53 200

32569905 90385 1905-S KM-168 Curved Serif Peso AU55 250

31768936 90385 1905-S KM-168 Curved Serif Peso AU55 250

33349109 90387 1905-S Allen-16.06a Str.Serif Peso AU50 375

32569904 90387 1905-S Allen-16.06a Str.Serif Peso AU50 375

28179282 90386 1906-S Peso XF45 6,500

19523833 90393 1907-S Peso N1 50

31768937 90393 1907-S Peso AU58 150

26711779 90393 1907-S Peso MS62 350

19523834 90394 1908-S Peso N1 50

26670073 90394 1908-S Peso MS62 325

19523835 90395 1909-S Peso N1 50

31768943 90395 1909-S Peso AU55 135

31768942 90395 1909-S Peso AU58 150

29373682 90395 1909-S Peso MS62 350

26670072 90396 1910-S Peso AU53 150

28942883 90396 1910-S Peso AU55 200

20978165 90397 1911-S Peso N1 150

26670074 90398 1912-S Peso N1 150

27860177 90411 1936-M Murphy-Quezon KM-178Peso MS63 300

26670076 90411 1936-M Murphy-Quezon KM-178Peso MS64 350

33349107 90411 1936-M Murphy-Quezon KM-178Peso MS64 350

32569910 90411 1936-M Murphy-Quezon KM-178Peso MS65 450

30496985 90410 1936-M Roosevelt-Quezon KM-1P7e7so MS63 300

26711782 90410 1936-M Roosevelt-Quezon KM-1P7e7so MS64 350

19523830 90410 1936-M Roosevelt-Quezon KM-1P7e7so MS65 450

33349112 90410 1936-M Roosevelt-Quezon KM-1P7e7so MS66 800

28942865 90147 1903 1C PR62BN 200

26670070 90157 1906 1C PR63RB 400

26878012 90268 1903 10C PR62 250

31080401 90370 1906 KM-167 50C PR66 2,400

31978698 90402 1903 Peso PR64 1,100

Total 63,150

Raw Coins

USPI

1911s Peso - 30 pcs @ $60 = $1,800

1912s Peso - 30 pcs @ $60 = $1,800

1903 to 1905 Peso - 40 pcs @ $50 = $2,000

1907 to 1910 Peso - 40 pcs @ $50 = $2,000 1/2 cent to 50 cents - 60 pcs @ $30 = $1,800

Commemorative

Mcarthur Peso - 40 pcs @ $25 = $1,000 Mcarthur 50c - 40 pcs @ $15 = $ 600

Philippine Commemoratives

1 Peso - 100pcs @$20 = $2,000

50 cents - 20pcs @ 15 = $300

Spanish Philippines

Un Peso - 30 pcs @ $60 = $1,800 50cs - 100 pcs @ $18 = $1,800 20c and 10c - 20pcs @ $10 = $200

US Commemorative - $2,400

Total Value of Raw Coins = $19,500

Total Value of All Coins Stolen = $ 82,650

PLOICE REPORT # 16-53792 FULLERTON POLICE: 714-738-6715

COIN OWNER: CHRISTOPHER GALINDO PCGS CUSTOMER NUMBER: 959180 PHONE# : 949-554-8573

EMAIL: chris@hparchs.com

 

Stolen-High Grade NGC Slabbed Ancients-Los Angeles

Detectives with the Los Angeles police department are investigating the theft of high grade NGC slabbed ancient coins valued in excess of $400,000.

Stolen List:

Coin Date

Denomination

Mint Mark

Variety

Grade

Serial#

Slab Company

323-317 BC

AV Stater, 8.58 g

 

Phillip III, Macedon
Kingdom

MS*5-5

2401146-002

NGC

336-323 BC
post humous

AV Stater, 8.60 g

 

Alexander III,
Macedon Kingdom

Gem MS 4-5

2401606-001

NGC

AD 161-169

AV Aureus, 7.38 g

 

Lucius Verus,
Roman Empire

Gem MS 5-5

3599304-001

NGC

AD 187-188

AV Solidus, 7.25 g

Rome

Commodus, Roman Empire

Ch MS 5-5

2401009-001

NGC

AD 294-295

Aureus, 5.52 g

Cyzicus

Maximianus, Roman
Empire

Ch XF

 

NGC

AD 337-361

AV Solidus, 4.44 g

 

Constantius II, Roman Empire

Gem MS*5-5

2401010-003

NGC

AD 337-340

AV Solidus, 4.37 g

Thessalonica

Constantine II,
Roman Empire

MS 5-3

2401010-001

NGC

AD 337-340

AV Solidus, 4.34 g

 

Constantine II,
Roman Empire

MS 5-3

1950230-043

NGC

AD 117-138

AV Aureus, 7.15 g

 

Hadrian, Roman
Empire

Ch MS*5-5

3597831-001

NGC

AD 161-169

AV Aureus, 7.25 g

 

Marcus Aureleus,
Roman Empire

Ch MS*5-5

2401603-004

NGC

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AD 308-324

AV Aureus, 5.39 g

Siscia

Licinius I, Roman
Empire

MS 5-4

2400650-001

NGC

89 BC

Silver, 2.21 g

 

M Cato Ar
Quinarius, Roman

Ch MS 4-5

0452499-002

NGC

AD 829-842

AV Solidus, 4.46 g

 

Heraclius &
Heraclius Constantine, Byzantine Empire

MS*5-5

4165163-027

NGC

AD 829-842

AV "thick" Semissis,
1.83 g

 

Theophilus,
Byzantine Empire

Ch MS 4-5

4165163-005

NGC

AD 527

AV Solidus, 4.49 g

Constantinople

Justin I-Justinian I,
Byzantine Empire

MS 4-5

1981613-003

NGC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

193/2 BC

AV Octodrachm,
27.80 g

 

Arsinoe II, Ptolemaic
Kingdom

MS*5-4

2400583-001

NGC

1920

Silver Dollar

 

China 7 Char, China

MS 67

116554.67/
02833129

PCGS

1786-W

L'OR

Lille

Louis XVI, France

MS 67

1733090-003

NGC

Anyone with information should contact:

Det. Prietro

LAPD

213-486-6940

or

Doug Davis         

817-723-7231        

doug@numismaticcrimes.org

$500 Bills Stolen-Carver County, MN, USA

The Carver County, MN Sheriff's Office is investigating a burglary where (51) $500 bills were stolen. There are no serial numbers available at this time.

Anyone with information or who is offered a large number of $500 bills should contact:

Det. Tyler Stahn 
tstahn@co.carver.mn.us 

952-361-1897

or

Doug Davis

817-723-7231        

doug@numismaticcrimes.org