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Coins recovered from the four most famous shipwrecks in numismatic history. Click on the links of each shipwreck below to learn more about each of these fascinating stories.
Recent advancements in treasure recovery have allowed us to take a look into the past and come in contact with amazing relics from these tragic tales. Every photo in the carousel above links to our coin inventory, past and present.
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Shipwreck Coins for Sale
1857-S $20 Liberty Gold Coin Mint State 64 from the Shipwreck S.S. Central America
A Double Eagle from the S.S. Central America Shipwreck of 1857 certified by PCGS. It has also received a CAC sticker, indicating the coin to be solid for the grade.
1857 S.S. Central America Shipwreck
Now, some 157 years later, you can own an authentic, historic piece of California Gold Rush history with these Shipwreck Gold Coins and Shipwreck Silver Coins. Click Here to see current Shipwreck Coin inventory.
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|1865 S.S. Republic
Shipwreck "Confederate" Silver Coins
For the first time ever, NGC has certified a group of shipwreck coins from the S.S. Republic with the unique pedigree that identifies each coin as have been struck at the New Orleans Mint while under control of the Confederate States of America.
Never before have collectors been able to show off 1861-O Seated Liberty Silver Half Dollars that were both part of the historic 1865 Shipwreck of the S.S. Republic and identified as having been struck by the Confederacy. Without a doubt, these collectibles minted during the Civil War are unique and available today in strictly
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|1865 S.S. Brother
In July of 1865 the side wheeler steamship the S.S. Brother Jonathan sailed from the harbor in San Francisco overloaded with cargo. On board was a treasure chest of Gold mined during the California Gold Rush Days. A gale kicked up shortly after Brother Jonathan left port and the storm worsened. Around one o’clock in the afternoon, the ill-fated steamer passed Crescent City, California, hitting the Saint George Reef. The impact
was so jarring that both passengers and crew were tossed overboard.
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