We talk about the most expensive English coin, J and I saw in person, and its truly AMAZING discovery history.
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20 Comments on “The most expensive English coin!”
Greetings from Ireland 🇮🇪
That’s really cool
Frost whats shaken
Shaken like Bacon! Just living the dream and staying busy!
Tengo una moneda rusa de 1901 quién me podría decir cuánto cuesta y dónde la puedo vender
Hugo what’s happening in your side?
Maybe a lot are at the bottom of the English Channel as some might have been shipped to Spain!
Puck what’s up bud?
That would be the fine of a lifetime
Wildcard hope you enjoyed last night’s gig. I had a swinging time myself
I did. It’s a very fun and exciting gig jeremy
Very Special Coin indeed. Thanks for sharing the experience. The one coin I am in hot pursuit for is any coin from the Whydah. Pirate ship sunk in a hurricane off Truro Mass in 1717. April would have been a Nor Easter most likely. Local lore tells of the ship running aground and some of the treasure being carried of the ship before the ship was broken up by the surf. The captain was said to be in love with a native American girl in the area and this was the reason the ship was in these waters. My stomping grounds as a child, even met Barry Clifford as a child, I was well immersed in several of his adventures. He also funded a Massive Steel hull boat for the fleet, but learned he would never catch enough to make a profit and the boat was dispatched to the Bearing Sea to be worked. This was all before he actually found the pay streak with the Whydah. The joys of collecting.
Recon how are you doing?
Amazing specimen. I have never heard of the Tyrants collection.
Hello Lori hope all is well. Last night was a awesome gig.
Yes it was
Good afternoon from Syracuse NY J and B and thank you for sharing this information
Earl my man hope you having a sweet day.
That’s very impressive