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|New Treasure Found On The Treasure Coast This Year|
Photo provided by Captain Jonah Martinez of the Capitana.
I had to hold onto the pictures until they were released. Now I'm able to show them.
Brent Brisben, co-founder of 1715 Fleet Queens Jewels LLC, showed some of the finds on CBS News this morning. Congratulations Brent!
Here's the link.
Can you imagine how excited the divers were when they saw the glitter of gold on the bottom.
I remember when I got the picture of all the musket balls. I thought, they are close. I was right.
You'll undoubtedly see more on the news in the coming days.
|Another Picture Of The New Treasure Coast Finds.|
Picture provided by Captain Jonah Martinez.
These are just the first of the pictures that I will post. There will be more. I'll have some bigger closeups and other nice views and details.
Captain Jonah picked the hot spot. Way to go Captain!
Thanks to Captain Martinez for sharing the pictures, and congratulations to the crew and all who were lucky enough to play a part in this great find!
|Tropical Storm Dan.|
The most expensive single-car collection ever sold during one auction fetched more than $67 million, showing continued strength in the collectible car market.
Twenty-five cars, all owned by an anonymous Florida collector, were sold Thursday night by RM Sotheby's in a standing-room-only sale as part of the Concours d'Elegance auctions and shows in Pebble Beach, California. The sale total beat the previous record for a collection from a single owner of $65 million...Here is the link.
World and U.S. Coin Auction #18, which will be our THIRD LIVE PUBLIC FLOOR sale, to be held as usual at the DoubleTree by Hilton at Lake Buena Vista in Orlando, Florida. The auction will take place on October 29, 2015, with lot viewing, educational talks and dinner on October 28 and lot pick-up and numismatic forum breakfast on October 30. SAVE THE DATES!