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Massive Gold Coin Worth $4 Million Stolen From Berlin Museum
Nicknamed “Big Maple Leaf,” the Canadian coin has a face value of 1 million Canadian dollars (about $750,000), but because of its weight and purity is actually worth $4 million at auction. “It’s gone,” Bode Museum spokesman Markus Farr said ... more info

World’s Largest Gold Bullion Coin Worth $4 Million, Stolen in Berlin Museum Heist
When debating whether or not gold has value or not, the naysayers will often argue that it is a “pet rock” and just a shiny, heavy, cumbersome piece of yellow metal that has no “intrinsic” value. Ignoring the fact that the majority of humanity ... more info

Will you find a new £1 coin worth hundreds?
Just as with the new five pound note, eagle-eyed shoppers are looking for tiny imperfections in the new one pound coin in the hopes of hitting the jackpot. While most of us are looking for the shiniest of examples of the new 12-sided quid, flawed coins are ... more info

Massive gold coin worth millions stolen from museum
BERLIN — You could never palm it, flip it or plunk it into a vending machine, but apparently it can be pinched: The world’s largest gold coin, a 221-pound Canadian monster called the Big Maple Leaf, was stolen overnight from the Bode Museum in Berlin ... more info

Berlin museum robbers used wheelbarrow, ladder to make off with coin worth millions
It wasn't exactly 'Mission Impossible' - thieves simply pushed a ladder against a window and loaded a coin worth millions into a wheelbarrow. Then they likely dropped the coin and scaled down a rope into an awaiting car. The FBI suspects North Korea ... more info

200-lb gold coin worth $4M stolen from Berlin museum
A massive gold coin nicknamed 'Big Maple Leaf' was stolen from a Berlin museum, possibly through a window. CNBC's Tyler Mathisen reports. more info