Treasure coin expert Daniel Frank Sedwick joins CoinWeek to discuss a trio of 300-year-old gold ingots that were produced in South America under the authority of the Spanish crown. These ingots were produced as a convenient way to ship newly-mined gold from the New World to Spain and were thought lost forever after Atocha, the ship that was transporting them, sank during the Transatlantic voyage. Fortunately for history, these important pieces were recovered from the ocean floor and are now available on the collector market.
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