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 www.SedwickCoins.com 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 info@sedwickcoins.com 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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