The Long Beach Police Department is investigating a vehicle burglary that happened after leaving the Long Beach Coin Show, (February 20 – 22, 2020) resulting in the loss of ancient coins. Find information and photos of the stolen coins here.
The Following Coins Were Stolen:
- Macedonia, Philip II silver tetradrachm, Pella life time issue EF
- Roman Republican silver denarius, Musa series, muse Thalia Choice EF
- Hadrian, silver denarius RIC 178, laureate bust, rev. seated and veiled goddess ch EF
- Trajan silver denarius, RIC 76, laureate bust, rev. dacian captives ch EF
- Antonius Pius bronze sestertius, RIC 717, laureate head, rev victory flying right ch. EF
- Galba bronze sesterius, RIC 456, laureate head right, rev. victory advancing VF
- Byzantine gold solidus, Leo I RIC 605, mint condition
- Byzantine bronze follis, Anastius, very choice EF
- Byzantine gold cupped hyperpyron, Christ facing, emperor Manuel reverse, SB 1956
- Large Gold British Medal in glass lunette, 1845 Prince Albert, rev St. George Proof
- Historical Paper Bond Note, Greek revolution of 1824, blue print 12″ X 9″
Here you can download a pdf with pictures of the objects.
Anyone with information regarding the coins please contact: