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Missing/Stolen MADISON, WISCONSIN U.S.A

Date: 02/02/2021
Offense: Missing/Stolen
Location of offense: MADISON, WISCONSIN
Investigating Agency: USPS/Madison PD
Report Number: 21-39262

Details:
A USPS package shipped from Nebraska to Madison, WI has been reported missing/stolen. The coins supposedly were left at the recipient’s front door.

Anyone with information contact:
Doug Davis817-723-7231Doug@numismaticcrimes.org

List of stolen/missing coins:

Stolen Coins in Brussels – (Reported July 2020)

Stolen Coins in Brussels – July 2020
Dear Colleagues,

Please find pictures of the coins stolen in Brussels on July 30, 2020.

See attached files for photos of the coins listed below

FELIPE IV. Segovia, Ingenio. 50 reales. 1651
FELIPE V. Méjico. oXM. 8 escudos. 1713 sobre 03.
CARLOS III. Nuevo Reino. Real. 1760. JV
CARLOS III. Popayán. 8 escudos. 1777. SF.
FRANCIA. Carlos VI de Valois. Cordero de oro. 1380-1422
FELIPE V. Segovia, Ingenio. 8 escudos. 1723 sobre 1.
FERNANDO VI. Santa Fé de Nuevo Reino. 8 escudos. 153 (1753).
Rome : aureus TITUS
Rome : aureus HADRIANUS


Juana y Carlos 2 reales. México
Juana y Carlos 4 reales. México
Felipe V 1/2 escudo. 1744. Sevilla. PJ. VI-1288.
Carlos III 2 escudos. 1788. Madrid. M. VI-1297.
Carlos III 2 escudos. 1779. Popayán. SF. VI-1378. R.B.O.
Carlos IV Escudo. 1792. Madrid. MF. Vi-907.
Carlos IV 2 escudos. 1789. Madrid MF. VI-1039.
Carlos IV 2 escudos. 1798. Madrid. MF
Carlos IV 2 escudos. 1800. Madrid. MF
Carlos IV 2 escudos. 1801. Madrid. FA
Carlos IV 2 escudos. 1801. Madrid. FA
FELIPE IV 2 maravedís. Sin fecha. Trujillo
FELIPE V 1/2 escudo. 1745. Sevilla
FERNANDO VI 1/2 escudo. 1756. Madrid. JB
FERNANDO VI 1/2 escudo. 1757. Madrid. JB
FERNANDO VI 1/2 escudo. 1757. Madrid. JB.
FERNANDO VI 1/2 escudo. 1758. Madrid. JB
CARLOS III 4 reales. 1773. Potosí. JR
CARLOS III 1/2 escudo. 1773. Madrid. PJ.
CARLOS III 1/2 escudo. 1774. MAdrid. PJ.
CARLOS III 1/2 escudo. 1775. Madrid.
CARLOS III 1/2 escudo. 1786. Madrid. DV
CARLOS III 1/2 escudo. 1786. Madrid
CARLOS III 1/2 escudo. 1788. Madrid. M.
CARLOS III 1/2 escudo. 1788. Sevilla. C
Lote 4 piezas 8 reales: Lima (1) y México (3).
GRAN BRETAÑA. Medalla Vernon. Portobello S/F.
GRAN BRETAÑA. Medalla Vernon. Portobello 1739
GRAN BRETAÑA. Medalla Vernon. Portobello 1739. CHAGRE

Thanks and kind regards,

Jean-Luc Van der Schueren,
14 rue de la Bourse, 1000 BRUXELLES, Belgium tél.: +32-2-513 3400
IAPN General secretary and Executive Director

Lost/Stolen Coins South Australia

Dear members,

Please find attached a report about coins apparently stolen in 2017-2018.

Kind regards,

Jean-Luc Van der Schuere

The coins were stolen some time between mid 2017 until August 2018 from a property in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. Australia.

· 1813 Holey Dollar ‘1792’
· 1813 The Dump Fifteen Pence
· 1852 Adelaide One Pound
· 1930 One Penny
· Aegean turtle silver stater

Noble Numismatics

Lost/Stolen Coins – Holland (reported June 1-2, 2020)

Dear Colleagues,

The following coins have been robbed in Holland in the night from 1st to 2nd of June.

Kind regards,

Jean-Luc Van der Schueren,

Beste leden van de NVMH,

In de nacht van 1 op 2 juni jongstleden werden tijdens een inbraak in de oudheidkamer van Egmond aan Zee de bijgevoegde gouden munten gestolen. Mochten de munten u aangeboden worden, gaarne direct contact opnemen met de eigenaar (Dhr. C. Prins – zie e-mailadres in cc) en/of de politie.

France, Ecu d’or Toulouse 1637
England, Quarter Laurel Sp. 2642
Nederland, Gouden rijder Holland 1750
Duitsland, Dukaat Braunschweig Wolfenbuttel 1739

Alvast hartelijk dank voor uw oplettendheid!

Met vriendelijke groet,
Jacco Scheper, voorzitter NVMH

Stolen coins Canada (Reported March 6, 2020)

More than $430K worth of coins, currency stolen from dealer after show

A Vancouver dealer fell victim to a major theft after leaving the Calgary Spring Coin Show & Money Fair this past weekend.

Joe Iorio, owner of J&M Coin and Jewellery, was checking in at the Calgary airport on March 1 when his bags were stolen, according to a notice issued by the Canadian Association of Numismatic Dealers (CAND) on March 3. Altogether, a total of $430,310 worth of numismatic material, including coins, paper money and bullion, was stolen.

For complete list and more details about this robbery please follow the link below: