Genuine Shipwreck Treasure Auction by Sedwick

. May 9, 2008

Winter Park, FL – The latest mail-bid Treasure Auction from Daniel Frank Sedwick will close at 5 pm Eastern Time on Thursday, May 29, 2008. Printed catalogs (are available for $25 each, free to bidders) Also lots can be seen online at Featured in this Treasure Auction #3 there are dozens of choice gold cobs (mostly from the Spanish 1715 Fleet, sunk off the east coast of Florida); a second offering of gold nuggets from a 1558 Portuguese wreck off Africa; thirteen “tumbaga” silver bars from a 1520s shipwreck in the Bahamas; an extremely rare ca.-1580 bronze astrolabe in coral, a collection of Spanish colonial 8 reales from cobs through busts; scores of perfectly preserved Chinese porcelains from wrecks off the Philippines; the latest selection of silver cobs from the Consolación wreck of 1681; and the first-ever auction offering of silver coins from the ca.-1810 “Coconut wreck” from deep in the Atlantic. Many more coins and artifacts are also offered, over 1165 lots in all, with a pre-auction estimate of $625,000 to $900,000 total.

All lots in this auction are available for viewing at Daniel Sedwick’s private office in Winter Park by appointment only. Please contact us at or by phone at (407) 975-3325 or by mail at P.O. Box 1964, Winter Park, FL, 32790, for more information and to sign up to receive the catalog for this auction and become a bidder.

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