NCIC Report Bulletin

Aggravated Robbery (Dealer) Florida

A dealer from Kissimmee FL, was robbed in front of Twery’s, Greenacres, FL on Saturday, August 22, 2015. He was on his way into the store with coins to sell when a black male suspect pulled up in a tan minivan, jumped out, knocked the victim to the ground ( causing injuries), and grabbed his briefcase. The suspect then jumped into his vehicle and sped out of the parking lot.

The following is a list of stolen cash/inventory:

Approximately $40,000 in cash, 185 dwt 14K scrap gold, 100oz of mixed foreign coins(mostly sterling), 1-1988 1/4 oz. proof AGE with box and papers, 1-very choice roll of 1886 BU Dollars, 4-BU rolls franklin Halves 54,60,61 and 63, complete set of Canadian small cents in bookshelf album (all coins cleaned), complete set of Canadian nickels 1922-1967 bookshelf album, complete set Canadian large cents 1858-1920 (58 is counterfeit) bookshelf, misc. group of circulated indian head cents buffalo nickels and liberty nickels,

Anyone with information please call: Det. D’Angelo 561-642-2132 or officer Pedone 561-642-2160 case number 15-13396 or Doug Davis 817-723-7231

Cheyenne Coin Dealer Murdered

Cheyenne , Wyoming Detectives are investigating the robbery and double murder at a local coin shop. The suspect is described as a Hispanic male, early 20’s, 5’6-7”, with a distinctive round face. The suspect may have stolen an unknown amount of silver coins including slabbed and raw dollars.

Anyone with information should contact

Ancient Gold Coins Missing/Stolen

A package being sent from Warsaw Poland by priority registered mail has been reported missing/stolen. The coins are two Lysimachi gold staters of Byzantium, with a rather distinctive monogram on the back in the form of an N with a crescent.

Anyone with information contact:

Doug Davis 817-723-7231 or

Theft Enid Oklahoma Coin Show

A dealer attending a coin show in Enid, Ok on February 27, 2015 was a victim of theft that resulted in the loss of coins valued between $70-100,000. The coins housed in a three ring binder were taken from behind his table during the show.

Below is a partial listing:

25-Capped Bust Halves 1808-1836 AG-MS60, 5- Seated Dollars1841-1846 AG-F, 2- Trade Dollars 1877S AG, 1878S MS62, 73 Morgans 1878-1921 Various grades, Peace Dollars 1921-1934S various grades, 1900 Lafayette Dollar MS61 cleaned, 1883 Hawaiian XF cleaned, Several Draped Bust Half Dollars 1805-1807, 1872 Seated Dollar PRF-60 with a mark in the field, 1889-CC $1 VF-25 cleaned with scratches, Several low grade 1878-CC Dollars, 1891-CC $1 Choice AU cleaned, 1894-P $1 AU-55, Several VF and XF 1893-0 and 1895-O Dollars,1894-0 $1 AU, Several 1893-CC G Dollars, 2 1881-CC Circulated Dollars, Many nice Proof-Like Dollars 1890-CC Circulated Dollars.

Anyone with information should contact:

Doug Davis 817-723-7231 or

Burglary Parker County, Texas

Parker County Investigator’s are investigating a burglary which occurred at Grandma’s Attic near Cresson, Texas. The Suspect or suspects gained entry into the business and removed coins and jewelry.

Stolen inventory includes Capped Bust half dollars 1821-1834 in various grades, Seated half dollars 1854-1877 in various grades, Morgan dollars 1878-1921 in various grades ( no 93S,94P,89CC), Peace dollars 1921-1935, several 1940’s watches and two diamond tennis bracelets.

The coins were in 2x2’s each one would have the #283 in red, inventory number in green and the reverse would have the dealers alpha code. In addition each 2x2 would have a printed label on the top that would include date, mint, and inventory number in red.

Anyone with information should contact:

Investigator James Jackson 817-594-8845 Or Doug Davis 817-723-7231

Coin Shop Burglary Eastern Shore Maryland

On the weekend of October 11, 2014 an Eastern Shore Maryland dealer was the victim of a burglary which resulted in the loss of over $300,000 in gold and cash. The suspects utilized a sledge hammer to gain entry into the shop from an adjoining business. The motion alarm was not tripped.

Approximately 500-600 pieces of fractional gold and early commemoratives was stolen. The coins included Pandas, Maple Leafs, Eagles and Kangaroos. Also taken was $60,000 in cash.

Dealers should be on the watch for any subject or subjects attempting to sell a large number of gold coins as described above.

Anyone with information should contact:

Doug Davis


Dealer Victim of Smash and Grab Burglary

The Maryland State police are investigating the smash and grab vehicle burglary of dealer Mark Reid of the Time Machine. The victim stopped at a way station on I-95 while traveling between the Fredericksburg show and Fort Washington Show. In less than five minutes the suspects, described by witnesses as three large Hispanic males smashed the rear window and removed coins, medals and antiquities valued at over $200,000. The suspect vehicle was described as a beat up black van with Virginia plates.

The stolen items included boxes of small antiquities such as seals, amulets, rings and cylinders which totaled approximately 200. Over 800 coins including ancient, world, US and medieval were taken. Additional items included a large amount of medals from the 1800’s, 100 medium sized antiquities in bronze and terracotta like statues, animals, jewelry and a box containing 15 scarcer Alexandrian drachms with Ancient import flips in them.

A more detailed list is forthcoming.

Anyone with information should contact: Trooper Brandon Cuomo 410-537-1150 or Doug Davis at 817-723-7231

Missing Gold Coins/Express Mail Package

A USPS Express Mail package belonging to Spectrum/Stacks Bowers Galleries went missing in Santa Ana, CA on August 28, 2014, while in the custody of the Post Office. The package contained four graded coins.

· 1927 $20 St Gauden PCGS MS-66 #9186.66-7670754 · 1924 $20 St Gauden PCGS MS-66 #9177.66-25305347 · 1928 $20 St Gauden PCGS MS-66 #9189.66-7370122 · 1927 $20 St Gauden PCGS MS-66 #9186.66-50135665

Anyone with information should contact: David M. Chavin R.M.G. Investigations, Inc. Direct Dial: (732) 348-5787 or Doug Davis 817-723-7231

World Coins Stolen

A Fedex shipment containing rare Cypress coins along with 40 other scarce world coins have been reported stolen while being shipped from Athens Greece to Paris.

The rare Cyprus coins are the following: a. Cyprus ¼ Piastre 1880 of Queen Victoria. This coin looks like Proof but we believe that it would have been graded as MS65BN PL according the USA standards or Brown Uncirculated (Prooflike) according to the UK standards. The coin has a mirror surface and brown color both sides which makes it looks proof but we believe it is an early strike. b. Cyprus ½ Piastre 1908 of King Edward VII. We believe that this coin would have been graded as MS63BN or MS64BN according to the USA standards or Brown Uncirculated according to the UK standards. This coin has some red luster on reverse and light brown color both sides. This is the weakly struck variety (King’s portrait on obverse and the line from ½ on reverse are weakly stuck). c. Cyprus Proof set of 3 silver coins dated 1921 of King George V. The coins are 4 ½ Piastres, 9 Piastres and 18 Piastres all dated 1921. These coins have dark grey and blue patina and we believe that they would have been graded as follows: 18 Piastres PF64-65, 9 Piastres PF64-65 and 4 ½ Piastres PF63-64. The 4 ½ Piastres has a few light hairlines from an old cleaning which are under the deep grey and purple patina. All coins have a matching dark grey and blue toning except the 4 ½ Piastres which has also a light purple color mixed with grey.

Other coins stolen include 20 Gem Uncirculated Malaya & British Borneo 20 Cents 1961 of Queen Elizabeth II (MS65-MS67) and 20 modern Greek coins from King Paul I and King Constantine II.

Any dealer or collector with information on this offense should contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231

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

Coin Shop Burglary St.Cloud, MN

On Tuesday July 29, 2014 at approximately 11:30pm three masked black males smashed two doors to gain entry into the Gold-N-Silver Coin shop located in St. Cloud,Minnesota. While the audible alarm was sounding the suspects used a tire tool to smash display cases and remove coins and paper money. The offense was caught on video and it appears that one suspect cut himself on a damaged showcase leaving behind DNA evidence.

A 1916D dime, 1885 V-nick both certified, and additional certfied coins were taken along with National banknotes from Little Falls, MN. A complete list of stolen inventory is being compiled.

Anyone with information on this offense should contact: Doug Davis 817-723-7231

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