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Lost and Found Coin Hoards and Treasures: Illustrated Stories of the…

by Q. David Bowers

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0794842933, Hardcover)

In this richly illustrated book of true stories, Q. David Bowers takes you on an exploration of treasures from sunken ships, blank vaults and reserves, hidden compartments, buried chests and boxes, old safes, hideaways of pirates and privateers, cornerstones, barrels and casks, Mint and Treasury storage, wrecked buildings, caves and crevices, old estates, time capsules, forgotten collections, attics and basements, and other lost and hidden places. These valuable treasures and hoards of American coins had vanished from memory, but now many of them have been found. Some are still missing, and awaiting discovery! This book is your ticket for an exclusive look behind the curtains of time, by a master storyteller and America's best-known numismatist.

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