Saga of the “Saints” Continues
How did 10 Saint-Gaudens double eagles ($20 gold pieces) escape the melting pot? How did they come to reside in a safe deposit box owned by Joan Langbord, daughter of gold dealer Israel Switt? And who really owns them, the Langbords, or the government?
Those are just some of the questions that will hopefully be answered in court in the coming months, when this case goes to trial. Read the latest on the Langbords v. the U.S. here.