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Will the Langbord family ever get back their 10 1933 $20 gold pieces?

Editor Dave Harper wants to know:

Will the Langbord family ever get back their 10 1933 $20 gold pieces?

Let us know your thoughts and feedback on our weekly poll question by entering your comments below or by emailing Dave Harper here: Dave.Harper@fwcommunity.com.

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3 Responses to Will the Langbord family ever get back their 10 1933 $20 gold pieces?

  1. hrlaser says:

    Who knows.. it’s up to the courts.. I lean towards “no” but nothing surprises me any more, so I lean just as much (maybe a bit less) to “yes”.. if they do get them back, though, the anonymous lifeform who paid what, seven million for the only legal 1933 Saint is gonna be.. well.. upset.. then again, if that lifeform is a multi-billionaire, seven million is chump change..

  2. truecoin1775 says:

    The Langborn folks will have a lasting problem with the government because the Government gave a letter to the buyer of the ONLY LEGAL 1933 double eagle. That letter said, ‘it will be the only legal 1933 double eagle’… That puts Uncle Sam in the situation of not telling the truth (whats new) if the 10 double eagles are legalized!
    O’boy will that be a mess
    truecoin

  3. Government should mind there own business.give the piece back and end it lets not drag this out. Which of course can take years in court.once the governing is involved who knows how many years in court fees trials etc.get an arbitrator in and settle it once and for all.

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