Morgan Dollar 1885 Aluminum Pattern - Stolen

Recent Alerts From the Numismatic Crime Information Center

 

By Doug DavisFounder & President, Numismatic Crime Information Center (NCIC) ……
 

Missing/Stolen – Rare Finest Known Aluminum Morgan

A registered USPS package has been reported missing/stolen.

The package contained the following coin:

1885 Edge Lettered Aluminum Snowden $1 Morgan, PCGS PR68 Cameo Judd-1749 CAC. It is a very rare and unique coin. It is an aluminum Morgan and is one of only six in the world, with this one being the best grade.

1885 Edge Lettered Aluminum Snowden $1 Morgan PCGS PR68 Cameo Judd-1749 CAC. Image courtesy NCIC

1885 Edge Lettered Aluminum Snowden $1 Morgan PCGS PR68 Cameo Judd-1749 CAC. Image courtesy NCIC

Missing USPS Package

A package being shipped via United States Postal Service to Pennsylvania has been reported missing. The last scanned location was Dunmore, PA.

The package contained the following coins:

  • Coin #1 – Cert#: 36983394, PCGS#: 516502 – 2013 $50 American Buffalo .9999 Fine Gold – Grade MS68
  • Coin #2 – Cert#: 36983395, PCGS#: 99963 – 2002-W $50 Gold Eagle. DC – Grade PR69DC
  • Coin #3 – Cert#: 36983396, PCGS#: 99962 – 2002-W $25 Gold Eagle. DC – Grade PR68DC
  • Coin #4 – Cert#: 36983397, PCGS#: 99961 – 2002-W $10 Gold Eagle. DC – Grade PR68DC
  • Coin #5 – Cert#: 36983398, PCGS#: 99960 – 2002-W $5 Gold Eagle. DC – Grade PR68DC
  • Coin #6 – Cert#: 36983399, PCGS#: 505223 – 2011-W $5 Eagle-25th Anniversary – Grade MS69

Stolen Gold Coins

The following coins were sent by Express Mail and went as far as a U.S. Post Office sorting location in Chicago. After a week and a half, it finally moved on and was delivered with USPS tape over the opening and with the coins having been taken out of the inner box and re-taped.

Stolen Raw Coins:

  • 1798/7 $10.00 AU
  • 1805 $5.00 AU
  • 1807 $5.00 AU

Please contact the Numismatic Crime Information Center’s Doug Davis if you have any questions or information about any of the cases above. You can reach him at (817) 723-7231, or email him at doug@numismaticcrimes.org.

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

2 COMMENTS

  1. It doesn’t make sense why somebody would want to steal 1 of 6 coins. What could they possibly do sell it. I guess all they care about is rare evidence. Beware they couldn’t help realize how pathetic their life is. A stareing contest is a coin display of nothing. The one of a kind of moron!

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