EARLY COPPER ROBBERY
John Baumgart posted the following notice to other internet
mailing lists, and since the nature of the material is very
specialized and of interest to many of our readers, I'll repeat
"Tom Reynolds, one of the premiere dealers in early American
copper (colonial issues, large cents, half cents) was robbed of
approximately $1 million in inventory in Omaha Sunday night.
Please watch for any choice early (pre-1857) U.S. copper
being offered for sale. A reward has been offered for return
of material Contact Tom Reynolds or the Omaha (Nebraska)
Police Department with any information."
Wayne Homren, Editor
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