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A 300-year-old 'royal' coin worth $500,000 was among the treasures discovered last month off the coast of Florida.  #History

The royal coin.The "Tricentennial Royal" coin pictured here was die-cast, unlike most coins minted in the Spanish colonies during the Credit: 1715 Fleet Queens Jewels, LLC

Family finds $1m worth of 18th-century gold treasure off Florida coast. The rare 1715 Tricentennial Royal gold coin found in the wreckage (Image: Reuters/1715 Fleet Queens Jewels LLC)

Florida family discovers $1m worth of 18th century gold treasure

Family finds $1m worth of 18th-century gold treasure off Florida coast. The rare 1715 Tricentennial Royal gold coin found in the wreckage (Image: Reuters/1715 Fleet Queens Jewels LLC)

sunken treasure | Sunken treasure found of the Florida Keys

The emerald jewel of the lost Atocha treasure, discovered in a Spanish shipwreck.

Caption 24- Gold religious medallions on a gold Rosary chain. Note that the medallion on the right is St. Christopher carrying the baby Jesus. -1715 Fleet

Gold religious medallions on a gold Rosary chain. Note that the medallion on the right is St. Christopher carrying the baby Jesús Maravillas treasure

Gold Cobs from The 1715 Fleet & Treasure Cobs from The Florida Coast

The Gold Cob from the Florida shipwrecks of the 1715 Fleet & other New World wrecks. The Spanish Colonial gold cob from Lima, Cuzco, Bogota, and Cartagena

Gold Pelican of Piety - shipwreck treasure from the 1715 Spanish Plate Fleet, FL.

Gold Pelican of Piety from the 1715 Spanish Plate Fleet. Bonnie Schubert on vessel Gold Hawg.

Gold cup from Atocha ship wreck, restored by Joseph Ternbach, the Queen's Museum in New York.

(Atocha shipwreck) Gold Cup from Atocha shipwreck restored by Joseph Ternbach. the Queen's Museum in New York.

Treasure Of Atocha by Dr. R. Duncan Mathewson III Sunken Treasure

Treasure Of Atocha - gold bar with symbol descriptions.

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