by Joe Kovac Jr., The Telegraph:
When you deal in silver and gold, and your wares include an honest-to-goodness $100 trillion dollar bill, you can never be too careful.
As much as collecting coins can be a hobby, coin shows like the one the Middle Georgia Coin Club hosted during the weekend at the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter can be a target for thieves.
The collectibles, after all, are money.
Glass displays at the Perry showcased gold coins worth thousands and included an 1893 silver dollar estimated at $15,000. There were $20 U.S. gold pieces from the early 1900s going for $1,300 and up.
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