The Numismatic Crime Information Center (NCIC) is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing or stolen shipment. The package was destined for Raleigh, North Carolina and was shipped via FedEx.
The list of coins missing or stolen is significant with multiple coins graded by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). Below is the list of coins along with their NGC certification numbers if applicable:
- 1955/55 Double Die Lincoln Cent NGC Graded AU Details #5956390-003
- 1843-C Large Date $2.50 NGC Graded Fine Details #5956390-001
- 1926-S Buffalo Nickel NGC Graded VF Details # 5956390-004
- 1908-S Indian Head Cent – NGC Graded Unc Details #5956390-006
- 1937-D XF45 NGC 3 Legged Buffalo Nickel #5956390-005
- 1843 D $2.5 Had Glue Residue – Weird Staining on the front over date VF/XF Details
- 4 – Jewelry Grade $2.50 Liberty/Indians
- 1880/76 25c California Gold – AU Details – Bent
- 1853 50c California Gold – XF Details – Rim Damage
- 1900 Layfette Dollar – XF/AU Cleaned in a black capital plastic holder
- 1938-D BU Buffalo Nickel in Round Air Tite
- Proof Jefferson Nickels in 2×2’s 1962 x 2 , 1969-S
- 1835 Bust Half – Fine
- 1853-O Half Dime – G Damaged
- 1869 Indian Head Cent
- Cleaned XF/AU 1831/1832 Bust Half Dollar
- 1863 Indian Head Cent F
- 1939 or 1938 Jefferson Nickel in BU
- 1875 Indian Head Cent
- 2 – Fantasy Wells Fargo Silver Bars
- Hawaiian Dime/Quarter/Half Dollar Watch Fob
Collectors and dealers are asked to be on the look out for these coins as, if they were stolen, the thief could try to get rid of them quickly at a price “too good to be true”. Dealers, coin shop owners, and pawn shop owners in particular are encouraged to be on the look out for one of these rare coins coming into their shop. The raw coins will be more difficult to locate but the graded coins from NGC should make it easier.
If you have any information on these coins or see any of them in your shop or online, you can contact Doug Davis at 817-723-7231 or Doug@numismaticcrimes.org with details. You can also contact your local police department who can contact NCIC or the Raleigh, North Carolina police directly.
The Numismatic Crime Information Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation whose mission is to serve as a national and international resource for collectors, dealers and law enforcement in the education, prevention and investigation of crimes involving coins, paper money, tokens, medals and related numismatic items.