A Royal gold 8 escudos, recovered from a sunken Spanish treasure fleet will be up for sale on Nov. 17 in Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC’s Treasure Auction 28, the firm announced in an Oct. 7 press release
By Tom Michael
With Daniel Frank Sedwick LLC Treasure auctions, you can always expect to find a wonderful selection of silver cobs; those irregular, chunky silver coins produced so quickly and in such quantity through the Spanish mints in the New World. While many date, assayer, and mint denomination combinations are common, there are many others that are extremely scarce and still more being discovered as the years go by. I always take a look at the DFS Treasure Auctions to see what’s new in the cob market and to peruse the odd shipwreck finds, hoping to expand my knowledge
Several coin collections crossed the auction block during Daniel Frank Sedwick LLC’s Treasure Auction 26. The live floor and online auction held Nov. 1-2, realized over $2
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Winter Park, Florida – Oct. 2, 2019 – A large variety of gold and silver shipwreck bars as well as numismatic rarities will attract exciting bidding during Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC’s Treasure, World, U
A shipwreck-recovered early Spanish colonial gold tumbaga bar (lot 194) weighing 1.816 kilograms with a marked fineness of 5.75 karat saw heavy interest during Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC’s Treasure, World, U
Argentina (River Plate Provinces), 8 escudos, 1832/1P, La Rioja mint, NGC MS 62.
A rare early Argentinean gold coin in a remarkably high grade is coming up for auction May 2-3 as part of Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC’s Treasure, World, U.S
Recovered Spanish silver bars and coins performed well in the latest Sedwick auction.
What do you imagine when you think about treasure recovered from sunken Spanish galleons?
Silver bars? Pieces of eight?
Many coin collectors dream of these.
Imagine making them the basis of your business