NCIC Report Bulletin

Burglary Stolen Currency Los Angeles, CA

The following is a partial list of currency that was stolen from a residence in Los Angeles, CA.

FR552 $20 Date Back S/NM798314 Pittsburg, PA ,The Duquenes NB PMG Unc62, FR1613W 1935D $1 Error Inverted overprint A67552352 PCGS VF25, FR1911-E 1981 $1 E99844798B PCGS VF25, FR1984-E 1995 $5 Error Underinked green overprint Plate #H63/63 PCGS 66PPQ, FR1922D 1995 $1 Error D37295664E Overprint on back PCGS XF45PPQ, FR2072-E $20 1977 Error Full back to face offset PCGS AU58PPQ, FR299 1891 $10 Silver Cert E7994503 PCGS F15, FR248 1896 $2 SN17315713 PCGS VF20, FR60 1917 $2 D70258467A PCGS CH63, FR1173 1922 $10 Gold Cert. H86551534 PCGS XF40PPQ, FR227 1891 $1 E11855549 PCGS XF 40 PPQ, FR545 1882 $10 Charter #2395 The Bennington County NB SN2807F PCGSF15, FR738 1818 $1 Kansas City, MS J13322247A PCGS 63PQ, FR537 1882 DB $5 Charter #2524The Germain NB, Cincinnati,OH #2694G PCGS VF25, FR282 $5 1923 A40830385B PCGS AU58, FR121 1901 Mule Bison E27668767 PCGS Gem 66, FR477 1882 BB $5 Charter #5805 The Bankers NB, Cleveland,OH #7626A, PCGSVF25,

Also stolen was a large number of other error notes, nationals and celebrity autograph notes including a $50 note autographed by “The Fridge”.

Anyone with information should contact:

Doug Davis 817-723-7231 doug@numismaticcrimes.org

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation. P.O. Box 14080 Arlington, Texas 76094.

Rare Greenland Note Stolen

A rare Greenland note has been reported stolen by Henrik Christensen.

Greenland 50 Kroner 1945 Paper look: Lilac Clipper ship at center. Litac underprint of diagonal lines, white border. Serial # 0095589 Signature: Eske Brun - Ole Pedersen Pick no: 17A Value: $ 6,000.00

Anyone with information should contact:

Doug Davis 817-723-7231 doug@numismaticcrimes.org

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation. P.O. Box 14080 Arlington, Texas 76094.

Currency Collection Stolen-West Palm Beach Florida

On Friday evening June 10,2016 John Aiello (Educational Coin Co.) was the victim of a vehicle burglary that occurred in West Palm Beach, FL. The suspects driving a silver 2015 Honda with paper tags smashed a window of his vehicle and removed a currency collection located in the trunk.

The collection included many of the 19th century US issues, obsolete banknotes from most States, fractional currency and Civil War Confederate currency. There was a large amount of Florida and State of Florida Obseletes, along with NJ,GA, and Louisiana.

Anyone with information should contact:

Doug Davis 817-723-7231 doug@numismaticcrimes.org

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation. P.O. Box 14080 Arlington, Texas 76094.

Rare Foreign Coin Stolen at Recent Jacksonville Coin Show

A rare 1704-HCH Brunswick Wolfenbuttel Gold 10 Ducat Portugaloser D-2122 in gold 34.77 PCGS serial #546167.98/28547042(AU details) was stolen from a showcase at the recent Jacksonville, Florida Coin Show.

Anyone with information should contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231 or doug@numismaticcrimes.org

Dealer Targeted After Show-Wooster,Ohio

On May 1, 2016 a dealer attending the Wooster, Ohio Coin Club show was the victim of a vehicle burglary. The offense occurred in the parking lot while loading up at the conclusion of the show. The victim may have been targeted by a group of 4 women and 2 males described as Hispanic or Columbian nationality who had been acting suspicious during the show.

Partial list of stolen coins: 1975 1oz Kruggerrand, 6-1915 1 Ducat unc, 1915 100 Korona unc, 1915 4 Ducat unc, 1 1908 Hungary Korona unc, 1 1906 Mex 10 Peso gold unc, 1 1959 Mex 10 Peso gold unc, 2 1907S US $20 gold unc, 17 1986-2008 gold 1 oz Eagles NGC/PCGS MS69, 10 1986-2008 ½ oz Eagles unc, 15 1997 $5 gold eagles unc, 9 US $10 Olympic gold proofs, 5 1987US $5 Const gold unc, 41994 US $5 World Cup Gold,

Anyone with information should contact: Lt. Bolek Wooster Police Department 330-287-5700 or Doug Davis
817-723-7231 doug@numismaticcrimes.org

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation. P.O. Box 14080 Arlington, Texas 76094.

Dealers Lose Inventory After Tukwila, WA Coin Show

On Sunday April 24, 2016 two Idaho dealers on their way home from the Tukwila, WA coin show were victims of a vehicle burglary when they stopped approximately 30 mins after leaving the show. The suspects used an unknown type of instrument to open the driver’s door giving them access to three plastic totes and a large wooden briefcase containing over $100,000 in coins and cash. Two vehicles were used during the offense which were described as a new Chevrolet Equinox with California plates and possibly a older Subaru with Washington plates. The only description of the suspects was that one was a white male. Partial Listing of stolen coins:

Large amount of coins from half cents to silver dollars in 2x2’s written in blue ink and 1 1/2x 1 1/2’s in green or blue. 1840 Seated dollar toned xf/au, MS 63 1857 Flying Eagle, 1907 xf/au gold Indian, Group of 1930’s Lincolns MS 67-68, Box of Slabbed Dollars

Anyone with information contact:

Doug Davis 817-723-7231 Doug@numismatic crimes.org

Counterfeit Suspect Flees Scene

A white male suspect entered a pawn shop in Fort Smith Arkansas and attempted to sell several counterfeit gold coins in NGC holders. When the employee and a visiting coin dealer advised the suspect that the coins were counterfeit he fled the store. The suspect jumped into a Honda Ridgeline with Oklahoma plates and fled the parking lot striking another vehicle.

The suspect used a fake Delaware drivers license in the name of James C. Gordon.

Scam-Nevada Caller

Several dealers have contacted the Numismatic Crime Information Center regarding a possible phone scam.

The suspect has used two different names Richard Iden and Richard Otten along with two different phone numbers 702-954-1857 and 702-986-3164. The location of the call is from Nevada.

The suspect states that he has a large number of Carson City dollars (135) belonging to his great-great grand father who had worked at the mint and that his mother had sold some coins to the dealer in the past and she wanted to be sure that he sells the remainder to him when it was time. The suspect wants money sent up front or needs money to help with the shipping.

The story is basically the same but some details may be different in each call.

Anyone with information should contact:

Doug Davis 817-723-7231
doug@numismaticcrimes.org

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation. P.O. Box 14080 Arlington, Texas 76094.

Stolen 19th Century Political/Campaign Collection-Partial Recovery

The Numismatic Crime Information Center is working closely with Detectives from the Louisville,KY police department and the victim regarding the recent theft of the finest 19th Century Political/Campaign medal and badges collection valued at over $500,000. The on-going investigation has resulted in the recovery of 18 pieces from the stolen collection. The recovered items were sold to a Bethlehem,PA coin shop and were in the possession of an individual identified as a Jack Goldberg. There is reason to believe that Jack Goldberg has in his possession or has immediate access to a substantial number of items from the stolen collection.

Jack Goldberg is 70 years old and a resident of Allentown, PA. Goldberg may also have a South Florida residence possibly in Boca Raton, FL or vicinity.

Anyone with information on this offense or knows subject Goldberg please contact:Doug Davis 817-723-7231Doug@numismaticcrimes.orgThe Numismatic Crime Information Center is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit corporation. P.O. Box 14080 Arlington, Texas 76094.

Finest Known 1871 $5 Gold Half Eagle Stolen

Montgomery County, MD authorities are investigating the theft of what is reported by the victim as the finest known 1871 $5 gold half eagle PCGS PR65+ Cam CAC 88466.65/25649343. The coin was stolen sometime between December 3,2015 and January 14,2016.

Anyone with information contact: Doug Davis - 817-723-7231or Doug@numismaticcrimes.org