Gold Treasure Coin Auction Just Discovered! A great collection of Gold Shipwreck Coins will sell in Manor Auctions October 2010 Lakeland Florida Auction.
Manor Auctions has been commissioned to sell the Gold Shipwreck Treasure Coin collection of a South Florida estate in the October 2010 Lakeland Auction. Consisting of 6 gold coins, each beautifully set in high karat gold jewelry encrusted with treasure emeralds and sparkling diamonds. The jewelry includes pendants, rings, necklaces, seals and bracelets. The coins were discovered in various wrecks, such as the Spanish galleon Atocha off Key West Florida, which sunk in a hurricane in 1622.
The dream of discovering hoards of valuable sunken gold & silver treasure of coins, plates, jewelry, bowls, bars and the like inspire and consume the lives of so many dedicated adventurers, such as successful life-long treasure hunter Mel Fisher.
Almost as if it were a scene in a Hollywood movie, a representative of the estate delivered this coin collection to Manor Auctionsin a tattered old brown cardboard box while sitting in the backseat of a car in a South Florida McDonalds parking lot. Manor looks forward to bringing these rare gold treasure coin jewelry pieces to auction, where they will be sold to the highest bidder, without reservation.
Once back from Manor Auctions numismatic catalog department, where they will be properly researched and catalogued, the coin collection will be placed on public display in Manor’s Tallahassee Auction gallery through October 3rd. Bidders can participate in the October 9thLakeland Florida auction via floor, phone, Internet or absentee. Questions about this grouping of gold coins or consignment can be addressed via our web form or by calling 850-523-3787.
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