Saturday, 16 August 2014

Historic coins worth £160,000 stolen from Swanton Morley

One of the stolen Cha. I coins
Several coins with a total worth of £160,000 have been stolen from a property on Greengate, Swanton Morley, Norfolk. The theft happened between 9am and 10.30am on Tuesday, August 12.
A man, described as white and aged between 30 and 34, visited the house to inquire about a coin that had been advertised. While there, he was left alone by the owner who went out of the room to make a phone call. The man then ran taking the coins. 
Rather manky first coinage
sovereign of Henry VII, is
this an official strike?
Among the artefacts snatched were
two Henry VIII Sovereigns,
Elizabeth I Sovereign,
James Rose Ryal,
1642 Charles I Triple Unite,
1678 Charles II Five Guinea
1679 Charles II Five Guinea.
1692 William and Mary Five Guinea,

Doug Faulkner, 'Historic coins worth £160,000 stolen from Swanton Morley' EDP, Friday, August 15, 2014

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