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Fydo

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I have a set of dies for 10 oz silver bars stored at the Dayton, Nevada facility. What are the chances of getting these returned or being able to drop in and pick them up?
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Boss

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Contact the Trustee - if they are not "missing" or "lost" then they will have to be returned to you.
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I have a set of dies for 10 oz silver bars stored at the Dayton, Nevada facility. What are the chances of getting these returned or being able to drop in and pick them up?


Someone just filed a motion with the court to do the same thing, I'm not sure if that was you or someone else.

Getting them back would likely be a matter of proving that they are your property. If they are your property, they should get returned or you should be able to pick them up. However, it sounds like the Trustee (Mark Calvert) is going to need to verify that they are indeed yours, and it may not get a high priority (in other words, it could take some time). There is also the chance that he will choose to try to fight to keep the dies (likely only if he thinks they are NWT property and have value enough to fight to keep them).

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Liberty Leaf

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Fydo, I was the person who filed the Motion to get my dies returned. I had provided the cancelled checks and the receipt from the Mint which clearly stated that my dies were "not shipped to be archivrd at the nwtm facility"  (I had already covered my ass by including the value of my dies in my proof of claim form) The trustee was determined to retain my dies untill the bankruptcy was settled but has become much more agreeable and has filed his own motion to return property as it becomes clear who owns what . A hearing on the matter is scheduled for July 22 to allow other creditors the opportunity to object, which will be a futile gesture. 
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