Lost Coin Archive

World Coins Stolen in Harris County, Texas, USA (Reported 14 December 2016)

The following coins were stolen:

1 double row box of iron and zinc Notgeld
1 double row box of hammered coin from India and surrounds
2 double row boxes of modern silver and copper-nickel crowns with sporting and animal themes
10 double row boxes of general foreign, mostly 1700ad - 2000ad including:
    about 50 Chinese cash type coins, some  1,000 - 2,000 years old
    large quantities of Brazil, Portugal, Russia and Sweden
    about 50 British Conder tokens. Several are valued at over $300
    1746 1/2 Thaler from Hall choice aUnc $2000
    City view 1/3 Thaler from Wied-Neuwied EF $900
    Gold Coast pattern 1/4 Ackey 1796 hairlined aUnc $500
 1 single row box with around 20 high grade minor coins from the German States in  the1700's and 1800's

 Anyone with information contact:

 Doug Davis 

+1-817-723-7231

doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Warning from the French Association (Reported 9 December 2016)

Please find the following warning regarding a stolen collection.

Click here for the list.

Kind regards

26 Ancient Coins Stolen in Belgium (Reported 12 December, 2016)

Dear Colleagues / Chers Collègues,

Please find a list of 26 coins stolen in Belgium.

Click here for the list.

Thank you and best regards.

Rare prototype 1928A $1 US Silver Certificate

The Mandeville Police Department is investigating the theft of a very rare prototype 1928A $1 US Silver Certificate SPECIMEN bearing serial number 000000. The specimen was packaged in PMG Paper Money Guaranty holder with label bearing certification number 1606400-017 for the certificate face and certification number 1606401-001 for the certificate back. 

 

 

Anyone with information contact:

 

Det. Jason Redeaux

+1-985-624-3119

+1-985-231-9416

12 Caesars in Gold - Burglary in Seattle, WA - USA

Detectives with the Seattle, WA Police Department are investigating a residential burglary resulting in the loss of a complete collection of 12 Caesars in VF+ condition.

 

Anyone with information contact: 

Doug Davis

+1-817-723-7231         

doug@numismaticcrimes.org