Shipwreck treasure ingots. Silver Treasure bars and gold pirate bars. Authentic Atocha, 1715 Fleet, Maravillas, 1733 Fleet and ROOSWIJK bars

Shipwreck and Non-Shipwreck Silver and Gold Ingots

 

Bullion ingots from shipwrecks do not exist in great quantities—typically any given shipwreck will yield ALL known specimens of that particular style of ingot, and with the exception of the hundreds of monstrous (80-lb.) loaf-shaped bricks of silver from the Atocha, I have never heard of more than about 200 similar ingots found at once. Compare that to coin rarities, and you will quickly realize that ingots are much rarer than contemporaneous coins, and of course they are almost always more impressive.

 

"Tumbaga Wreck," sunk ca. 1528 off Grand Bahama Island

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Silver "tumbaga" bar, 2624.4 grams, marked with fineness IUCCCCXXX (1430/2400, 59.58% fine) and serial RC, ex-Christie's 1993, ex-Wallace Katz. Lot #281 of the famous first offering of the bars from this wreck by Christie's London in April 1993, prior to conservation of a majority of these bars by Doug Armstrong (therefore not mentioned in his book), also pedigreed to the Estate of Wallace Katz, a well-known collector in New York City. (do not delete)

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Atocha, sunk in 1622 west of Key West, Florida

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treasure bars atocha 1715 fleet gold and silver ingots pirate

 

 

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