Lost Coin Archive
Fedex parcel stolen on its way from Stuttgart to Brooklyn (Reported December 14, 2018)
Fedex parcel was stolen on its way from Stuttgart to Brooklyn it contained pieces from a recent auction from Auktionen Münzhandlung Sonntag.
The parcel contained the following 3 pieces from The AMS Auction 29:
18 Bridge Street, Suite 3A
Brooklyn NY 11201 USA
tel +1 (718) 643-4383; fax +1 (718) 643-4384
Stolen/Lost-Ancient Coin Fedex Harlan Berk (Reported November 08, 2018)
A Fedex package being sent from Roma Numismatics in London to Harlan J. Berk Chicago, IL has been reported Stolen/Lost. The package contained an Athenian tetradrachm 16.87 grams and is pictured below.
The package appears to have been Stolen/Lost at Customs /Fedex office Memphis TN.
Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis +1-817-723-7231 Doug@numismaticcrimes.org
Coins on the to Belgium (Reported October 01, 2018)
Here are pictures of coins that were sent to our Belgian customers following direct after our auction in May 2018. Strangely enough, only the delivery by Swiss Post to our Belgian customers has been lost. Even the research of us via Swiss post and the research of our Belgian customers by Belgian post came only to the result: Package lost!
For any further questions please contact us in any case.
Thanks and kind regards
World Banknotes stolen in Pacific Northwest, USA (Reported October 23, 2018)
A large number of foreign banknotes were stolen from Novaonline while loading his vehicle after the recent Pacific Northwest Numismatic Association coin show.
2153 World Banknotes
Each sleeve contains the following:
Top right hand corner 1 inch label in black or blue ink country,pick number + any variations, condition/grade. Some prices show a mark down in red ink.
Value approximately $20,000
( A complete list is available from Novaonline)
Anyone with information contact:
Stolen Between Zurich and Sweden (Reported October 20, 2018)
These three coins that were stolen en route to Sweden. The coins were stolen most likely in Zurich and that was the last known point where they were scanned. I’m attaching the three coins.
Shanna Schmidt, Numismatist