By Doug Davis – President, Numismatic Crime Information Center (NCIC) ……
Stolen in Transit: USPS – Kansas to Florida
A package shipped by USPS Express Mail from Kansas to Florida was received with the contents missing.
Description of Property Lost/Stolen:
- 24a 50 Dollars L. 1965 (Bahamas) – Serial #A 001797
- 17s; 18s; 19s; 20s; 22s; 23s; 24s; 25s 1/2; 1; 3; 5; 10; 20; 50; 100 Dollars L. 1965 (Bahamas) – Specimen Set
- 29a 5; 5 Dollars L. 1968 (Bahamas) – Serial # F 606736; F 606737
- 30a 10 Dollars L. 1968 (Bahamas) – Serial # B 713396
- 32a 50 Dollars L. 1968 (Bahamas) – Serial # A 208672
- 33a 100 Dollars L. 1968 (Bahamas) – Serial # A 281108
- 40a 50 Dollars L. 1974 (Bahamas) – Serial # A 420920
- 41b 100 Dollars L. 1974 (Bahamas) Serial # A 884946
- 49a 100 Dollars L. 1974 (1984) (Bahamas) Serial # B 634201
Lost/Stolen in Transit: UPS – New York to Georgia
A package shipped Next Day Air via UPS from New York to Georgia has been reported stolen/lost.
The package contained the following coins:
Five mixed $20.00 Saint Gaudens Double Eagles MS-66 (2-1908 nm, 2-1924, 1927)
- PCGS Cert #s 45111164, 46027816, 45027553, 45027556, 45697298
2022 $1.00 Silver Eagle First Strike Us Flag Label PCGS MS-70
FedEx Truck Theft – Irvine, California
Irvine, California police are investigating the theft of a large number of packages from a FedEx truck. The packages contained slabbed coins. The list of stolen coins can be viewed at the link below.
A List of the Stolen Coins (Download)
NCIC has been authorized to offer a $5,000 reward for the recovery, arrest, and conviction of suspects involved in this offense.
Stolen in Transit: USPS – Florida to Mississippi
A package being shipped overnight via USPS from Jacksonville, Florida to Gore Springs, Mississippi, was broken into and its contents were removed. The package contained an 1898 Gold quarter eagle Proof 63.
- 1898 Liberty Head quarter eagle $2.50 gold coin PF-63 CAMEO NGC
- Cert #1821727-004
- Slightly older NGC holder
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Please contact the Numismatic Crime Information Center’s Doug Davis if you have questions or information about any of the cases above. You can reach him at (817) 723-7231, or email him at [email protected].