Coins Stolen After the Long Beach Coin Show

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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:

  1. Macedonia, Philip II silver tetradrachm, Pella life time issue EF
  2. Roman Republican silver denarius, Musa series, muse Thalia Choice EF
  3. Hadrian, silver denarius RIC 178, laureate bust, rev. seated and veiled goddess ch EF
  4. Trajan silver denarius, RIC 76, laureate bust, rev. dacian captives ch EF
  5. Antonius Pius bronze sestertius, RIC 717, laureate head, rev victory flying right ch. EF
  6. Galba bronze sesterius, RIC 456, laureate head right, rev. victory advancing VF
  7. Byzantine gold solidus, Leo I RIC 605, mint condition
  8. Byzantine bronze follis, Anastius, very choice EF
  9. Byzantine gold cupped hyperpyron, Christ facing, emperor Manuel reverse, SB 1956
  10. Large Gold British Medal in glass lunette, 1845 Prince Albert, rev St. George Proof
  11. 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:

Doug Davis