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264 gold coins under the floor

264 gold coins under the floor

Viky
1823 9
Incredibly lucky was the couple who discovered 264 gold coins under the floor of a house in the North Yorkshire village of Ellerby. The depot was in a pot. The finders plan to sell the treasure at auction for at least £250,000.
New treasures of the Spanish galleon 366 years after the sinking

New treasures of the Spanish galleon 366 years after the sinking

GM4PRO
5463 5
In 1656, the Spanish ship Nuestra Señora de las Maravillas (Our Lady of Wonders) was wrecked on the west side of Little Bahama Bank about 70 km off the coast. It was literally stuffed with treasure, which is why it was repeatedly plundered by various societies and wild expeditions over the following centuries. When another expedition went to the site recently, few imagined there was anything left on the seabed...
A detective found a treasure trove of bronze axes and spears

A detective found a treasure trove of bronze axes and spears

GM4PRO
3001 1
A set of twenty artefacts found by a metal detector near the village of Llanddeusant in Carmarthenshire dates from 1000 - 800 BC. It contains 20 artefacts - including three types of bronze axe, a broken spear, etc. It was declared a treasure late last month by Paul Bennett, chief coroner for Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
14 Apr 2018 Hulvácký Treasure 14. 4. 2018

14 Apr 2018 Hulvácký Treasure

Viky
1505 5
Four years ago, a gentleman and his son went for a walk in Ostrava-Hulváky and discovered a treasure. It was nearly a hundred silver coins. According to experts, someone probably hid the coins during the riots in the seventeenth century.
21.3.2004 Cirebon Treasure 21. 3. 2004

21.3.2004 Cirebon Treasure

Viky
1022 0
Glass objects from Mesopotamia, crystal statues of the Fatima dynasty, pearls from the Persian Gulf, rare porcelain and gold products from Malaysia. All of these precious objects were part of the so-called Cirebon Treasure, which experts have estimated to be worth $80 million.

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