Taler 1646 von Sigismund Ludwig (Reported August 10, 2017)
Liebe Kollegen, dieser Taler 1646 von Sigismund Ludwig von Dietrichstein wurde im März in Wien von drei
The Swedish police requesting assistance (Reported June 29, 2017)
The Swedish police are requesting the assistance of the Numismatic Crime Information Center. They are investigating a serial theft of very rare coins from the Royal Coin cabinet. Among the stolen coins is a $20 dollar 1931D St.Gaudens. Estimated value of 750.000 Swedish Crones. (ca 86 000 $).
Anyone with information contact:
Division of Investigation
Anthony C.L. Rennie’s STOLEN COIN COLLECTION (Reported June 27, 2017)
We would like to inform you that an important collection of Scottish coins from David I onwards has been stolen at a flat in Glasgow recently. It was a collection formed by a prominent collector who had just passed away. The collection spanned the whole period and included most key coins including an excellent run of Mary and James V including many gold issues. We understand that the coins have probably been taken out of the country to Europe. Should you hear of any offerings of Scottish coins from unlikely sources please advisee the Chairman of the BNTA or get in touch with the police handling the case:
The theft was reported at Partick and Kelvinside Police Station, Glasgow on Saturday 7th June to Constable Smith G2915: Incident-No.: 17/06/17 2350.
Christel on behalf of the BNTA
Augustus Denarius Lost (Reported June 16, 2017)
Un colis en provenance des Etats Unis a été déclaré « perdu » à Roissy par la société CHRONOPOST.
Ce colis contenait un denier d’Auguste frappé à LYON avec au revers, un taureau à droite (3,89 g.) RIC I 167a, BMCRE I 451, RSC I 137, BnF I 1373. (photo jointe).
Si par le plus grand des hasards quelqu’un « retrouvait » cette monnaie et vous la présentait, merci de nous en informer.
Tél : 01 42 96 10 12 – Fax : 01 40 20 94 66
Thailand 50 Baht Lost in Mail (Reported June 20, 2017)
This Thailand 50 Baht 1951 gold coin was sent by DHL from Echerdingen, Germany to Oslo, Norway 10th of May 2017.
1951 Thailand Government Gold bonds, 50b.(Km#1) the small one is 20mm diameter & 1.8mm thickness, obverse Garuda & text “Gold Bond - Thai Government”, reverse “Purity 0.995 - weighs 8.693 gms.
Last tracking in Hamburg on 11th of May.
If you have any information about the coin please contact Jan Olav Aamlid e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
telephone +66 81 845 5404
Jan Olav Aamlid