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Recent Gold Heist. High Tech Security, I Think Not !

 
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Yeah I saw that this morning, but thx for posting this. Very sad.
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Good read, thanks.
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I hope that they have all been documented and photographed, because if they have not, it would be a poor reflection on the museum, because these hoards are normally very well researched for historic and scholastic reasons.

The next problem is without photographs of all of the individual coins, it is going to be very hard to prove either way, if they were stolen or not.
Hence my comment above.

If and when they come onto the public numismatic auction market, there is always going to be some difficulty with the possibility that successful bidders may have to surrender their purchases.
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High tech security and no guard. Oh my.

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