Auction Catalogs

A Bibliography of Auction Catalogs Containing Shipwreck Coins, Bullion, Jewelry, Ceramics, & Artifacts
IN AUCTIONEER ORDER

From the collection of Dave Crooks
(catalogs NOT for sale)

NOTE:  Many of these catalogs are available from Workman’s Books

#A-100
American Auction Association
The Magnificent Stanislaw Herstal Collection
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): 1733 Fleet, San Jose
Comments: Auction held February 7, 8 and 9, 1974 in Los Angeles
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 160
Publisher: Published by the American Auction Association, Hollywood, California (1974) in paperback.  The American Auction Association is a division of Bowers and Ruddy Galleries.
Description: This auction catalog contains 12 lots of gold cobs, 12 lots of silver cobs, and 5 lots of pillar dollars (including three 1732 pillar dollars) from the Spanish Galleon, “San Jose”, which was part of the 1733 Fleet salvaged by Tom Gurr. It also includes an overview of the wreck.

#A-110
American Numismatic Rarities
The Classics Sale – The Thomas H. Sebring Collection
Contents: Coins, Tumbaga Bars
Shipwreck(s): 1554 Fleet, Spanish Armada, Atocha, 1622 Fleet, Lucayan Beach Wreck,  Concepcion, Capitana, Maravillas, San Miguel Arcangel, Consolation, Vigo Bay Galleons, 1715 Fleet, 1733 Fleet, Invencible, San Geronimo, Luz, Cazador, San Pedro de Alcantara, Santo Andre, Guadalupe, Tolosa, Infanta Maria Teresa, Cristobal Colon, Hollandia, Campen, Batavia, Gilt Dragon, Huis Te Kraaiestein, Meeresteijn, De Liefde, Slot Ter Hooge, Akerendam, tVliegent Hart, Vis, Reijgersdaal, Brendenhof, Joanna, Association, Feversham, Dodington, Tilbury, Faithful Steward, Piedmont, Lutine, Lady Burgess, Athenienne, Fame, Birkenhead, Douro, Elingamite, Egypt, Chameau, St. Geran, Auguste, Ontario, Central America, Brother Jonathan, John Barry, Santiago, Santo Ecclesiastico, Great Basses Reef Wreck, Nicobar
Comments: Auction held January 5 & 6, 2004 in Orlando, Florida
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 316
Publisher: Published by American Numismatic Rarities, LLC, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire (2003) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes cobs, portrait coins, Tumbaga bars, and medallions from the extensive collection of Thomas Sebring, author of “Treasure Tales – Shipwrecks & Salvage” and noted shipwreck coin authority.  Among the 139 lots are coins from almost every major shipwreck, a William Phips medallion, 5 Tumbaga bars, 4 Vigo Bay medallions, and a “S.S. Central America” medallion. Each shipwreck is briefly described.

#A-115
Aureo & Calico
Caballero de las Yndias
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held April 8, 2009 in Barcelona, Spain; written in Spanish and English
Size: 8.5” x 10.75”
Pages: 220
Publisher: Published by Aureo & Calico, Barcelona, Spain (2009) in hardback with a dust jacket.
Description: This auction catalog includes 24 gold cobs from the 1715 Fleet, including one 1 escudo, five 2 escudo, seven 4 escudo, and eleven 8 escudo coins.  In these numbers are several royals.

#A-120
Bowers and Merena
The S.S. Brother Jonathan Treasure Coins
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s):
Brother Jonathan
Comments: Auction held May 29, 1999 in Los Angeles
Size: 8.25” x 11”
Pages: 128
Publisher: Published by Bowers and Merena, Inc., Wolfeboro, New Hampshire (1999) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 842 lots of gold coins (half eagles, eagles, and double eagles) from the “SS Brother Jonathan” shipwreck, which sank off the California coast in 1865.  It also includes an extensive overview of the wreck and some background material on the coins.

#A-127
Bowers and Merena Auctions
Treasures of the S.S. Republic
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Republic
Comments: Auction held April 7-8, 2005 in Kansas City, Missouri
Size: 8.25” x 11”
Pages: 31
Publisher: Published by Bowers and Merena Auctions, Irvine, California (2005) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 50 lots of gold coins (Liberty eagles and double eagles) from the “SS Republic” shipwreck, which sank off the Georgia coast in 1865. It also includes an overview of the ship, the salvage and some background material on the coins.

#A-130
Bowers and Merena Galleries
Treasures of the World
Contents: Coins, Tumbaga Bars
Shipwreck(s):  Lucayan Beach Wreck, Atocha, 1622 Fleet, 1715 Fleet, 1733 Fleet, Princess Louisa, Reijgersdaal, Luz, Dodington, Auguste, Athenienne, Lady Burgess, San Pedro de Alcantara, Elingamite
Comments: Auction held June 5 & 6, 2002 in Long Beach, California
Size: 8” x 11”
Pages: 210
Publisher: Published by Bowers and Merena Galleries, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire (2002) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 17 lots of Tumbaga bars with a description of their historical significance, three 1732 pillar dollars, and a Mexico 8 reales “royal”.  It also includes 74 lots of cobs and portrait coins from the Lucayan Beach Wreck (“Nuestra Senora de los Remedios”), “Atocha”, 1715 Fleet, 1733 Fleet (including three 1732 pillar dollars), the “Princess Louisa”, the “Reygersdahl”, the “Nuestra Senora de la Luz”, the “Dodington”, the “Auguste”, the “Athenienne”, the “Lady Burgess”, the “San Pedro de Alcantara”, and the “Elingamite”…all with brief descriptions of the shipwrecks.

#A-140
Bowers and Ruddy Galleries
The Harold A. Blauvelt, Iberoamerican and 1715 Spanish Treasure Fleet Collections
Contents: Coins, Jewelry, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held February 17, 18 and 19, 1977 in Long Beach, California
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 192
Publisher: Published by the Bowers & Ruddy Galleries, Los Angeles (1977) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 721 lots of gold and silver cobs (comprising about 8500 cobs in total), jewelry (4 lots), and bullion from the 1715 Fleet of Spanish galleons wrecked off the east coast of Florida.  It also includes an overview of the 1715 Fleet, its demise, and its subsequent salvage.

#A-145
Bukowskis
Ostindiefararen Götheborg
Contents: Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Götheborg
Comments: Auction held February 26, 1989 in Goteborg, Sweden; in Swedish
Size: 8” x 10.25”
Pages: 28
Publisher: Published by Bukowskis, Goteborg, Sweden (1989) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 115 lots of ceramic materials from the East Indiaman, “Götheborg”, which sank off Gothenborg, Sweden, in 1745.

#A-150
Butterfield & Butterfield
Mel Fisher’s Treasures of the Atocha and Her Sister Ship the Santa Margarita
Contents: Coins, Cannons, Artifacts, Jewelry, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Atocha, Santa Margarita, 1622 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on September 26, 1987 in Las Vegas
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages:  32
Publisher: Published by Butterfield & Butterfield, San Francisco (1987) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 368 lots of gold and silver cobs, gold and silver bars, jewelry, artifacts, and one cannon from the “Atocha” and “Santa Margarita” wrecks (1622 fleet).  The items were salvaged by Mel Fisher’s company, Treasure Salvors.  The salvage is described, and an overview of Spanish coins and ingots is included.

#A-160
Butterfields
Fine Asian Works of Art Including Treasures from the Hoi An Hoard
Contents: Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Hoi An
Comments: Auction held on December 3 & 4, 2000 in San Francisco
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages:  254
Publisher: Published by Butterfields, San Francisco (2000) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 862 lots of Vietnamese ceramics from a late fifteenth or early sixteenth century shipwreck off the coast of central Vietnam.

#A-170
Butterfields Auctioneers Corp.
Treasures from the Hoi An Hoard – Volume 1 & 2
Contents: Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Hoi An
Comments: Auction held on October 11, 12 and 13, 2000 in San Francisco and Los Angeles
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 582
Publisher: Published by Butterfields Auctioneers Corp., San Francisco (2000) in 2 paperback volumes.
Description: This 2-volume auction catalog set contains 2340 lots of Vietnamese ceramics from a late fifteenth or early sixteenth century shipwreck off the coast of central Vietnam.  Volume 1 includes an overview of the wreck and salvage.

#A-175
Canadian Numismatic Company
2008 CNA Convention Auction
Contents: Coins, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Auguste
Comments: Auction held on July 18-20, 2008 in Ottawa, Canada
Size: 8.25” x 10.75”
Pages: 87
Publisher: Published by the Canadian Numismatic Company, Quebec City, Canada, (2008) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog set contains 31 lots of French gold coins, 2 lots of English gold coins, 12 lots of French silver coins, 301 lots of Mexican pillar dollars, 44 lots of Peruvian pillar dollars, 23 lots of cobs, and 18 lots of artifacts.  The catalog alsoincludes the historical background of the “L’Auguste de Bordeaux” and a description of the coins salvaged.

#A-180
Castells & Castells
Nuestra Senora de la Luz
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Cannons
Shipwreck(s): Luz
Comments: Auction held on November 6, 1997 in Montevideo, Uruguay; text in Spanish
Size: 7.75” x 10.25”
Pages: 48
Publisher: Published by Castells & Castells, Montevideo, Uruguay (1997) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 54 lots of gold cobs and portrait coins, 24 lots of  silver cobs, 4 lots of pillar dollars, 92 lots of artifacts, and one cannon salvaged from the “Nuestra Senora de la Luz”, which sank in 1752 near Montevideo, Uruguay.

#A-185
China Guardian Seasons Auction Co.
The Treasure of Wanli & Desaru Shipwrecks
Contents: Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Wanli, Desaru
Comments: Auction held on December 10, 2005 in Beijing, China; text in English and Chinese
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 113
Publisher: Published by China Guardian Seasons Auction Co., Beijing, China (2005), in paperback
Description: This auction catalog contains 1814 lots of ceramics from the “Wanli” shipwreck (circa 1625) and the “Desaru” wreck (1830), both of which sank off the coast of Malaysia.

#A-190
Christensen, Inc., Henry
Numismatic Commentary and Auction Sale – Treasures of the Conception – Sale #80
Contents: Coins, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Concepcion
Comments: Mail auction held on May 14, 1982
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 72
Publisher: Published by Henry Christensen, Inc., Madison, New Jersey (1982) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 223 lots of silver cobs and 11 lots of silver ingots from the wreck of the Spanish galleon, “Concepcion”, which sank in 1641.  There is a short description of the shipwreck and the salvage in the front of the catalog.

#A-195
Christensen, Henry
The San Cristobal Collection of Silver Coins
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on May 12, 1962 in New York City
Size: 6” x 9”
Pages: 84
Publisher: Published by Henry Christensen, Hoboken, New Jersey (1962) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog was the first to offer 1715 Fleet coins.  It has a one paragraph description of the 1715 Fleet wrecks and contains four dated 8 reales and two dated 4 reales cobs.  The catalog also contains a non-shipwreck 1732 Pillar Dollar (claims to be the finest specimen known).

#A-200
Christensen, Henry
The Ubilla-Echevez Collection – Gold Coins of the World
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on October 8, 1964 in Hoboken, New Jersey
Size: 6” x 9”
Pages: 40
Publisher: Published by Henry Christensen, Hoboken, New Jersey (1964) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog was the first to offer a large quantity of coins from the 1715 Fleet, although this was not advertised at the time of the auction.  It seems that the National Geographic Society had the exclusive rights to announce the discovery of this fabulous treasure (and had not yet made the announcement).  But anyone who knows the history of the 1715 Fleet will recognize the names on the title of the catalog, “Ubilla-Echevez”, as the commanders of the New Spain Flota and the Tierra Firma Galleons. The catalog contains 106 lots of gold cobs from the 1715 Fleet, including five gold royals.

#A-210
Christie, Manson & Woods International, Inc.
The Research Coin Collection
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Atocha, 1622 Fleet
Comments: Offered for sale as a single collection (1 lot); spiral bound
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 64
Publisher: Published by Christie, Manson & Woods International, Inc., New York City (1988) in a spiral-bound paperback edition.  NOTE: This catalog has been reproduced with a color cover (the original cover is back and white).
Description: This auction catalog describes the 237 silver cobs in the “Atocha” research collection, including some of the best and rarest coins salvaged.  Each coin is illustrated.

#A-220
Christie’s South Kensington
The Abbatucci Cargo
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Jewelry, Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): General Abbatucci
Comments: Auction held on October 7, 1997 in London
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 31
Publisher: Published by Christie’s South Kensington, London (1997) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 12 lots of mostly gold portrait coins (comprising 411 coins from Britain, France, Italy and America, Belgium and Turkey), 252 lots of jewelry, and 11 lots of bottles, ceramics and artifacts from the “General Abbatucci”, which sank in 1869 off Corsica.

#A-225
Christie’s
Ancient, Foreign and United States Coins and Banknotes
Contents: Coins, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Atocha, 1622 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on June 14, 1993 in New York City
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 98
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, New York City (1993) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 3 lots of silver bars, 46 lots of silver cobs (comprising 2000 coins) and 2 hasp pins from the “Nuestra Senora de Atocha”, which sank in 1622 off the coast of Key West.

#A-230
Christie’s London
Antique Jewellery Including a Large Collection of Gold Chains, 17th Century Treasure from a Spanish Shipwreck and Jewels in the 16th Century Style
Contents: Jewelry, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Esperanza
Comments: Auction held on June 20, 1984 in London
Size: 8” x 10”
Pages: 33
Publisher: Published by Christie, Manson & Woods Ltd., London (1984) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 13 lots of gold jewelry and one gold disc from the Spanish galleon, “Nuestra Senora de Esperanza”, which sank off the coast of Cuba in 1658.

#A-240
Christie’s Australia
The Binh Thuan Shipwreck
Contents: Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Binh Thuan Wreck
Comments: Auction held on March 1 & 2, 2004 in Melbourne, Australia
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 92
Publisher: Published by Christie’s,   Australia (2004) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 760 lots of ceramics salvaged from an unknown shipwreck off the coast of Binh Thuan, Viet Nam.  It is estimated that the ship sank between 1600 and 1610.  The catalog includes a 13 page historical overview of the wreck and the salvage.

#A-250
Christie’s
The Bredenhof Bullion
Contents: Coins, Bullion, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Bredenhof
Comments: Auction held on December 4, 1986 in Amsterdam
Size: 8” x 10”
Pages: 35
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, Amsterdam (1986) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 250 lots of mostly silver bullion bars, salvaged from the Dutch East Indiaman, “Bredenhof”.  The ship sank in 1753 off the east coast of Africa.  The catalog also includes an extensive description of the salvage.

#A-260
Christie’s – Bernardos
The Ceramic Cargo of a Medieval South Asian Trading Vessel
Contents: Ceramics
Comments: Auction held on December 11, 1989 in London
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 23
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, London (1989) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 51 lots of stoneware from a medieval South Asian trading vessel which sank between the thirteenth and fifteenth century.

#A-270
Christie’s
Coins from the Wreck of HMS Feversham
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Feversham
Comments: Auction held on February 7, 1989 in New York City
Size: 8” x 10”
Pages: 63
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, New York City (1989) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 228 lots of silver cobs, oak tree shillings and pine tree shillings from the “HMS Feversham”, which sank in 1711 off Nova Scotia.  It also includes a description of the shipwreck, the salvage, and the significance of the coinage.

#A-280
Christie’s
Coins, Banknotes, Commemorative Medals and Treasure from Spanish Shipwrecks
Contents: Coins, Bullion, Jewelry, Tumbaga Bars
Shipwreck(s): Maravillas, San Fernando, 1733 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on April 28, 1993 in London
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 90
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, London (1993) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 43 lots of Tumbaga bars, 34 lots of gold and silver cobs from the “Maravillas” (sank 1656), 3 lots of gold bars from the “Maravillas”, and 13 lots of rosaries and gold jewelry from the “San Fernando” (1733 Fleet).

#A-285
Christie’s Amsterdam
Fine and Important Late Ming and Transitional Porcelain, Recently Recovered from an Asian Vessel in the South China Sea
Contents: Ceramics
Comments: Auction held on March 14, 1984, in Amsterdam
Size: 7.25” x 9.5”
Pages: 82
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, Amsterdam (1984) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 587 lots of Chinese export porcelain, including bowls, plates, figurines, cups, medicine boxes, winepots, teapots, and dishes from a mid-seventeenth century Chinese trading vessel that sank in the South China Sea.  The wreck was salvaged by Captain Michael Hatcher.

#A-286
Christie’s Amsterdam
Fine and Important Late Ming and Transitional Porcelain – The Second and Final Part of the Hatcher Collection Recently Recovered from an Asian Vessel in the South China Sea
Contents: Ceramics
Comments: Auction held on June 12 and 13, 1984, in Amsterdam
Size: 7.25” x 9.5”
Pages: 97
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, Amsterdam (1984) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 1166 lots of Chinese export porcelain, including bowls, plates, figurines, cups, medicine boxes, winepots, teapots, and dishes from a mid-seventeenth century Chinese trading vessel that sank in the South China Sea.  The wreck was salvaged by Captain Michael Hatcher.

#A-290
Christie’s
The Diana Cargo
Contents: Ceramics, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Diana
Comments: Auction held on March 6 & 7, 1995 in Amsterdam
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 145
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, Amsterdam (1995) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 1319 lots of Chinese export porcelain, figurines, teapots, bottles, stoneware and artifacts from the “Diana”, which sank in 1817 off the coast of Malaysia.

#A-300
Christie’s Amsterdam
The Fort San Sebastian Wreck
Contents: Ceramics, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Fort San Sebastian Wreck
Comments: Auction held on May 19, 2004 in Amsterdam
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 32
Publisher: Published by Christie’s Amsterdam (2004) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 31 lots of Ming porcelain and 14 lots of gold discs recovered from a sixteenth Century Portuguese wreck salvaged off the coast of Fort San Sebastian, Mozambique (Africa).  There is a 10 page description of the wreck and its cargo included in the catalog.

#A-310
Christie’s
Gold and Silver of the Atocha and Santa Margarita
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Jewelry, Bullion, Cannons
Shipwreck(s): Atocha, 1622 Fleet, Margarita, 1715 Fleet, 1733 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on June 14-15, 1988 in New York City
Size: 8” x10”
Pages: 258
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, New York City (1988) in both hardback (with dust jacket) and paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 360 lots of gold and silver cobs, gold chains, emerald rings, a bronze cannon, 4 astrolabes, a wide variety of artifacts, and both gold and silver bars from the “Atocha” shipwreck, which sank in 1622 off the coast of Key West.  This was the largest single auction of “Atocha” material.  Also included are 27 lots of gold cobs, ingots and jewelry from the 1715 Fleet, and 2 lots of gold ingots from the 1733 Fleet.

#A-320
Christie’s
Gold Rush Treasures from the SS Central America
Contents: Coins, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Central America
Comments: Auction held on December 14, 2000 in New York City
Size: 8.25” x 10.75”
Pages: 245
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, New York City (2000) in hardback (with a pictorial binding – no dust jacket issued) and paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 169 lots of gold coins (mostly eagles and double eagles) and gold bars, including many from rare California private mints. The “SS Central America” sank off the North Carolina coast in 1857 while transporting bullion and gold rush miners from Panama to New York City. The catalog also includes a description of the shipwreck and salvage.  Excellent photos.

#A-330
Christie’s
Important Gold, Silver, Jewelry and Artifacts Recovered from the Wrecks of Dutch, Spanish and English 17th, 18th and 19th Century Ships
Contents: Coins, Ceramics, Artifacts, Jewelry, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Hollandia, Slot ter Hooge, Esperanza, Athenienne, Utrecht, Santo Ecclesiastico
Comments: Auction held on March 16, 1983 in Amsterdam
Size: 7.25” x 9.5”
Pages: 48
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, Amsterdam (1983) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 31 lots of artifacts, 6 lots of ceramics and 3 lots of Lion Daalders from the “Hollandia”; 20 lots of artifacts, 9 silver ingots, and 23 ducatons from the “Slot ter Hooge”; 4 gold ingots and 18 lots of gold jewelry from the “Nuestra Senora de Esperanza”; 29 lots of cobs and reis coins from the Standing Cannon Wreck (also known as the “Santo Ecclesiastico”); 7 lots of Brazilian siege coins  and 2 lots of ducatons from the “Utrecht”; and 23 lots of silver portrait coins from the “HMS Athenienne”.

#A-340
Christie’s
The Nanking Cargo – Chinese Export Porcelain and Gold
Contents: Ceramics, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Geldermalsen
Comments: Auction held on April 28 thru May 2, 1986 in Amsterdam
Size: 10.25” x 8”
Pages: 272
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, Amsterdam (1986) in both hardback (with a pictorial binding – no dust jacket issued) and paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 4659 lots of Chinese export porcelain, figurines, bottles and stoneware, as well as 126 lots of gold ingots, from the “Geldermalsen” (also known as the Nanking Cargo). This ship sank in 1752 off the coast of Singapore. The catalog tells the story of the shipwreck and the salvage by Michael Hatcher in 1985.

#A-350
Christie’s Amsterdam
The Private Collection of Captain M. Hatcher
Contents: Ceramics, Artifacts
Comments: Auction held on February 14, 1985 in Amsterdam
Size: 7.25” x 9.5”
Pages: 51
Publisher: Published by Christie’s,  Amsterdam (1985) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 226 lots of late Ming and transitional ceramics and stoneware recovered from an Asiatic vessel which sank about 1640.

#A-355
Christie, Manson & Woods Ltd.
Rings, Antique and Historical Jewellery
Contents: Jewelry, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Maravillas, 1622 Fleet, Santa Margarita, Atocha
Comments: Auction held on October 3, 1990 in London
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 70
Publisher: Published by Christie, Manson & Woods Ltd., London (1990) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 1 gold chain from the “Atocha”, 1 gold finger bar from the “Santa Margarita”, and 27 lots of gold ingots and jewelry from the “Nuestra Senora De Las Maravillas”.  There is also a write-up on the “Maravillas” wreck and an extract about Spanish galleons from the book, “In Search of the Golden Madonna” by J. Lee Tippin and Herbert Humpreys Jr.

#A-360
Christie’s South Kensington
Sale of Artefacts from the Royal Navy’s First Invincible, 1744-1758
Contents: Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Invincible
Comments: Auction held on March 10, 1998 in London
Size: 8” x 10”
Pages: 37
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, South Kensington (1988) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 298 lots of artifacts, from the first “HMS Invincible”, including pieces of the ships rigging and some personal items of the crew.  There are also 2 bottles and 1 stoneware jug.  The catalog includes a 5 page description of the ship (1744-1758) and the salvage.

#A-370
Christie’s
Spanish Art I: Treasure from the ‘Maravillas’ and Other Works of Art
Contents: Coins, Jewelry, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Maravillas
Comments: Auction held on May 28, 1992 in London
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 261
Publisher: Published Christie’s, London (1992) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 86 lots of silver cobs, 30 lots of gold cobs, 12 lots of silver ingots, 15 lots of gold ingots, a bronze signal cannon, a few silver artifacts, and 2 lots of jewelry from the “Maravillas”, which sank in 1656 on Little Bahamas Bank.  The catalog also includes 4 pages describing Spanish ships and the “Maravillas” salvage.

#A-380
Christie’s
The Vung Tau Cargo – Chinese Export Porcelain
Contents: Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Vung Tau
Comments: Auction held on April 7 & 8, 1992 in Amsterdam
Size: 10.5” x 8.25”
Pages: 132
Publisher: Published by Christie’s, Amsterdam (1992) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 1011 lots of Chinese export porcelain from the “Vung Tau”, which sank about 1690 off the coast of Viet Nam.  A four page overview of the wreck and the salvage is included.

#A-385
Coin Galleries
Ancient and Modern Coins of the World and the United States – 1994
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Feversham, Atocha, 1622 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on July 13, 1994 in New York City
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 157
Publisher: Published by Coin Galleries, New York City (1994), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains twenty lots of 8 Reales cobs from the “Atocha” and thirty-three lots of cobs from the “HMS Feversham” as follows: sixteen lots of 8 Reales cobs, three lots of 4 Reales cobs, four lots of 2 Reales cobs, and ten lots of 1 Reales cobs.

#A-386
Coin Galleries
Ancient and Modern Coins of the World and the United States – 2009
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Lucayan Beach wreck
Comments: Auction held on December 9, 2009 in New York City
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 231
Publisher: Published by Coin Galleries, New York City (2009), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains fifty lots of 8 and 4 Reales cobs from the Lucayan Beach wreck (Nuestra Senora de los Remedios).  This ship was wrecked in 1624 off the Bahamas and located by Jack Slack in 1964.  There is a brief description of the wreck and coinage preceding the cobs offered.

#A-390
Dix, Noonan, Webb
The Santa Lucia Treasure – Coins, Jewellery and Artefacts Recovered from the Mediterranean
Contents: Coins, Jewelry, Artifacts, Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Santa Lucia
Comments: Auction was scheduled on June 20, 2001 in London but was never held due to legal claims
Size: 8.25” x 11.75”
Pages: 107
Publisher: Published by Dix, Noonan, Webb, London (2001) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 230 lots of portrait coins (from Europe and the New World), 41 lots of jewelry, 21 lots of ceramics, and 14 lots of artifacts from the British steam packet, “Santa Lucia,” which sank off the coast of Italy in 1841.

#A-394
Douglas Auctioneers
Nuestra Senora de Atocha
Contents: Coins, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Atocha, 1622 Fleet
Comments: Auction was held in South Deerfield, Massachusetts on November 14, 1987
Size: 9” x 9”
Pages: 22
Publisher: Published by Douglas Auctioneers, South Deerfield, Massachusetts (1987), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 500 lots of 1, 2, 4 and 8 Reales cobs (comprising about 2000 coins) and one gold ingot from the “Atocha”.  The catalog also includes a one-page history of the 1622 Fleet.

#A-397
French’s
French’s CSNS – Chicago (French’s 86th Sale)
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction was held in Chicago, Illinois on April 23-24, 1965
Size: 6” x 9”
Pages: 63
Publisher: Published by French’s, Troy, New York (1965), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog is one of the early 1715 Fleet sales and includes 30 gold coins:  13 eight escudo, 4 four escudo, 10 two escudo, and 3 one escudo coins.  As stated in the catalog, “We offer a superb selection of Spanish Cob Gold Coins recently recovered from the Spanish Treasure ships sunk off the coast of Sebastian, Florida during a hurricane. These are specimens from the find as described by Mr Kip Wagner in the January issue of The National Geographic Magazine.”  None of the coins are pictured.

#A-398
French’s
MANA – Harrisburg Sale (French’s 91st Sale)
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction was held in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania on November 10-11, 1967 as part of the Middle Atlantic Numismatic Association show.
Size: 6” x 9”
Pages: 63
Publisher: Published by French’s, Jensen Beach, Florida (1967), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog is another of the early 1715 Fleet sales and includes 30 gold coins:  5 eight escudo, 5 four escudo, 7 two escudo, and 13 one escudo coins.  As stated in the catalog, “Real Eight Corp. find off the Florida Coast.”  Ten of the coins are pictured.

#A-400
Glendining & Co.
Coins of the Netherlands Recovered from the Dutch East Indiaman “De Liefde”
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): De Liefde
Comments: Auction held on October 28, 1969 in London
Size: 7.25” x 9.5”
Pages: 30
Publisher: Published by Glendining’s & Co., London (1969) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 332 lots of coins (ducats, ducatons, and half ducatons) from the “De Liefde”, a V.O.C. ship which was wrecked off the Skerrie Islands in 1711.

#A-410
Glendining & Co.
Silver Coins of the United Provinces and the Spanish Netherlands
Contents: Coins, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Meeresteijn
Comments: Auction held on October 1, 1975 in London
Size: 7.25” x 9.5”
Pages: 35
Publisher: Published by Glendining’s & Co., London (1975) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 365 lots of coins (mostly Silver Riders and ducatons) and 12 lots of artifacts from the “Meeresteijn”, a Dutch East Indiaman which was wrecked near Cape Town, South Africa in 1702.

#A-413
Goldberg, Ira & Larry
Pre-Long Beach Auction
Contents: Coins, Bullion, Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): Maravillas, 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on February 20-23, 2005, in Beverly Hills, California
Size: 8” x 10.5”
Pages: 481
Publisher: Published by Ira & Larry Goldberg, Beverly Hills, California (2005) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 132 lots of two escudo cobs and 13 lots of 8 reales cobs from the “Maravillas”, with a brief description of the salvage.  The “Maravillas” sank in 1656 off Little Bahama Bank.  Also included are 3 gold ingots, 2 silver ingots, 6 silver clumps and one gold necklace with pendant from the 1715 Fleet.

#A-414
Goldberg, Ira & Larry
Pre-Long Beach Sale – U.S., World, and Ancient Coins
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet, Guadalupe, Tolosa
Comments: Auction held on September 20-21, 2005, in Beverly Hills, California
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 407
Publisher: Published by Ira & Larry Goldberg, Beverly Hills, California (2005) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 23 gold coins from the “Guadalupe” and “Tolosa”, including two 1 escudo cobs, fifteen 2 escudo cobs, two 4 escudo cobs, and four 8 escudo cobs.  It also contains one dated 4 escudo cob and one dated 8 escudo cob from the 1715 Fleet.

#A-415
Mr. Greenwood
Catalogue of a Valuable Library, Curiosities, Natural History, Shells, Chinese Arms, Etc. of the Late Sir Robert Barker
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Association
Comments: Auction held on May 22, 1792 in London
Size: 5.5” x 8.5”
Pages: 24
Publisher: Published by Mr. Greenwood, London (1792) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog is significant because I believe it is the very first catalog to offer shipwreck coins.  Item #52 contains, “Six shillings that were fished up from the wreck of Sir Cloudsley Shovell, off Scilly (Islands)”.

#A-416
Harmer, Rooke Numismatists, Ltd.
The Andrew Faller Hawaiian Collection – Treasure Coins
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on March 26-28, 1973 in New York City
Size:
6.75” x 9.5”
Pages: 84
Publisher: Published by Harmer, Rooke Numismatists, Ltd., New York City (1973) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 47 lots of 1715 Fleet cobs from Kip Wagner’s collection, including twelve 8 Escudos cobs, six 4 Escudos cobs, fourteen 2 Escudos cobs, seven 1 Escudos cobs, and eight 8 Reales cobs.

#A-417
Heritage Numismatic Auctions, Inc.
FUN Signature Sales
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Princess Louisa
Comments: Auction held January 4-6, 2001 in Orlando, Florida
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 417
Publisher: Published by Heritage Numismatic Auctions, Inc. (2001) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 136 lots of silver cobs from the East Indiaman, “Princess Louisa”, which sank in 1743 near the Cape Verde Islands.  It also includes a one page description of the shipwreck.

#A-417a
Heritage Auction Galleries
Heritage World Coin Auction
Contents: Coins, Tumbaga Bar, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Atocha, 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on January 7-8, 2007 in New York City
Size: 8.5” x 10.75”
Pages: 333
Publisher: Published by Heritage Auction Galleries, Dallas (2007) in two paperback volumes.
Description: This auction catalog contains one gold bar and 80 lots (2779 coins) from the “Atocha”. While the gold bar is pictured, none of the coins are pictured. There is one 1712 Lima 8 escudos cob pictured, but there is no certificate to prove that it is a 1715 Fleet coin. There are, however, two Philip V gold cobs that are pictured and identified as coming from the “1714 Fleet”…one 2 escudos and one 8 escudos. There is also one Tumbaga Bar.

#A-418
Hoare Auctions Inc., Jeffrey
Numismatic Sale No. 26 – Featuring Coins from the Wreck of the H.M.S. Feversham
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Feversham, Johanna, De Liefde, Atocha
Comments: Auction held February 26-27, 1993 in Toronto, Canada
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 58
Publisher: Published by Jeffrey Hoare Auctions, Inc., London, Ontario, Canada (1993), in paperback.
Description: This catalog includes 96 lots of silver cobs from the H.M.S. Feversham (including a historical perspective of this 1711 wreck), 4 lots silver cobs from the “Johanna” wreck (1611), 11 lots of silver riders and daalers from the “De Liefde” wreck (1711), and 5 lots of silver cobs from the “Atocha” (1622).

#A-419
Hoiland, Thomas
Plate Money from the ‘Schimmelmann’ Wreck
Contents: Plate Money
Shipwreck(s): Schimmelmann
Comments: Auction held June 12, 2004, in Copenhagen; text in Danish and English; mostly full-size illustrations
Size: 7.5” x 11”
Pages: 108
Publisher: Published by Thomas Hoiland Auctioneer, Copenhagen (2004) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 200 lots of Swedish Plate Money from the Danish East Indiaman, “Grev Ernst Schimmelmann”, which sank off the Cape Verde Islands in 1781.  It also includes a brief description of the salvage in 1999 by Arqueonautas Subaquatica.

#A-420
Kunstveilingen Mak Van Waay B.V.
Catalogus 227
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Princess Maria, Curacao, Lastdrager, Hollandia
Comments: Auction held April 29, 1974 in Amsterdam; text in Dutch
Size: 7.75” x 10.5”
Pages: 68
Publisher: Published by Kunstveilingen Mak Van Waay B.V., Amsterdam (1974) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 598 lots of coins (ducatons, pillar dollars and cobs), and 129 lots of artifacts, jewelry and ceramics from the “Princess Maria”, “Curacao”, “Lastdrager”, and “Hollandia” wrecks.

#A-425
Kunstveilingen Sotheby Mak Van Waay B.V.
Catalogus 252
Contents: Coins, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Princess Maria, Lastdrager, Hollandia
Comments: Auction held October 28, 1975 in Amsterdam; text in Dutch
Size: 7.75” x 10.5”
Pages: 176
Publisher: Published by Kunstveilingen Sotheby Mak Van Waay B.V., Amsterdam (1975) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 105 lots of artifacts from the “Hollandia”, 4 lots from the “Lastdrager”, and 23 lots from the “Princess Maria”. Additionally, it contains 368 lots of pillar dollars, cobs, and ducatons from the “Hollandia”.  There is also a brief description of the salvage operations (in Dutch).

#A-427
Kunstveilingen Sotheby Mak Van Waay B.V.
Catalogus 275
Contents: Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Witte Leeuw
Comments: Auction held April 26, 1977, in Amsterdam; text in Dutch
Size: 7.75” x 10.5”
Pages: 256
Publisher: Published by Kunstveilingen Sotheby Mak Van Waay B.V., Amsterdam (1977) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 149 lots of artifacts from the “Witte Leeuw”, with many pictured.  There is also a brief description of the salvage operations (in Dutch).

#A-430
Lane, W.H. & Son
The Association Coin
Contents: Coins, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Association
Comments: Auction held on September 24, 1974 in Penzance, England
Size: 6.75” x 9.25”
Pages: 58
Publisher: Published by W.H. Lane & Son, Penzance, England (1974) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 987 lots of portrait coins, 418 lots of cobs, and 26 lots of artifacts from the “HMS Association”, which sank off the Scilly Islands in 1707.  There is a 7 page introduction describing the shipwreck, Sir Clowdisley Shovell, the coinage, and the salvage.

#A-440
Lane, W.H. & Son
Catalogue of Coins and Other Artifacts Recovered from the Wreck of the Dutch East-Indiaman ‘Hollandia’
Contents: Coins, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Hollandia
Comments: Auction held on September 8, 1972 in Penzance, England
Size: 5.5” x 8”
Pages: 33
Publisher: Published by W.H. Lane & Son, Penzance, England (1973) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 117 lots of ducatons, 23 lots of silver cobs, 194 lots of pillar dollars and 9 lots of artifacts from the “Hollandia”, which sank in the Isles of Scilly in 1743.  There is also a 5 page description of the shipwreck and salvage.

Lane, W.H. & Son
Catalogue of Treasure Coin Principally Lion Dahlers Recovered from the Wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman ‘Campen’…and the Wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman ’Hollandia’
Comments: See Lane, W.H. & Son, Here is Treasure!” (#A-470)

#A-450
Lane, W.H. & Son
Four Centuries of Treasure
Contents: Coins, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Association, Hollandia, Thames, Eagle, San Salvador, Witte Leeuw, Rill Cove Wreck, Athenienne, Santo Christo de Castello, Princess Maria
Comments: Auction held on November 24, 1977 in Penzance, England
Size: 6.5” x 9”
Pages: 100
Publisher: Published by W.H. Lane & Son, Penzance, England (1977) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog offers a wide variety of coins and artifacts from 10 shipwrecks: “HMS Association” (165 lots of mostly silver portrait coins and a few silver cobs), “Santo Christo de Castello” (5 lots of artifacts), “Princess Maria” (11 lots of artifacts, 2 ducatons, and 1 cob) , “Hollandia” (320 lots of ducatons, half ducatons, cobs and pillar dollars, and 45 lots of artifacts), “Eagle” (13 lots of silver cobs, 8 portrait coins, and 22 lots of artifacts), “Thames” (1 lot of 35 pieces of pottery dinnerware, 1 bottle, and 10 lots of artifacts), “San Salvador” (1 cannon) , “Athenienne” (80 lots of pillar dollars and 2 lots of silver cobs), “Witte Leeuw” (1 ring and 13 lots of ceramics) and the Rill Cove Wreck (159 lots of silver cobs). Within each section there is a description of the wreck and the salvors.

#A-460
Lane, W.H. & Son
Gold & Silver Treasure
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Cannons, Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): Association, Athenienne, Hollandia, Eagle, Church Rocks Wreck, De Liefde, Juno
Comments: Auction held on November 30, 1979 in Plymouth, England
Size: 7.25” x 9.5”
Pages: 62
Publisher: Published by W.H. Lane & Son, Plymouth, England (1979) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 121 lots of gold and silver portrait coins and silver cobs, and 30 lots of artifacts from the “HMS Association”; 61 lots of pillar dollars from the “Athenienne”; 2 cannons and 6 artifacts from the Church Rocks Wreck; 156 lots of ducatons and pillar dollars, and 39 lots of jewelry and artifacts from the “Hollandia”; 22 lots of artifacts, a Crown and a silver cob from the “Eagle”; 60 lots of ducats and ducatons from the “De Liefde”; 7 artifacts from the “Juno”, and a few beach coins.

#A-470
Lane, W.H. & Son
Here is Treasure!
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Campen, Hollandia
Comments: Auction held on August 2, 1981 in Cowes, England (Isle of Wight); the title page entitles this catalog, Catalogue of Treasure Coin Principally Lion Dahlers Recovered from the Wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman ‘Campen’…and the Wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman ’Hollandia’
Size: 7.5” x 10”
Pages: 15
Publisher: Published by W.H. Lane & Son, Plymouth, England (1981) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog lists coins from the “Hollandia” (90 lots of cobs, pillar dollars and ducatons) and the “Campen” (330 lots of lion daalders and half lion daalders, and 4 lots of cobs). It includes a one page description of the “Campen” wreck, a brief description of the lion dahlers (daalders) aboard, and a listing of the salvors. There are no illustrations in this catalog.

#A-480
Lane, W.H. & Son
The Hollandia Treasure
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Cannons
Shipwreck(s): Hollandia
Comments: Auction held on September 21, 1973 in Penzance, England
Size: 11.75” x 8.25”
Pages: 76
Publisher: Published by W.H. Lane & Son, Penzance, England (1973) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog details 804 lots of coins (ducatons and pillar dollars) 16 lots of artifacts and a Dutch bronze mortar from the “Hollandia”, a Dutch East Indiaman which was wrecked in 1743 in the Scilly Islands.  There is a description of the wreck and salvage, and a history of the pillar dollar.

#A-490
Lane, W.H. & Son
Important Topical Marine Salvor’s Sale of Wreck, Treasure, Objects d’Art
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Cannons
Shipwreck(s): Association, Romney, Anson
Comments:  Auction held on November 23, 1973 in Penzance, England
Size: 12” x 8.5”
Pages: 25
Publisher: Published by Roland Morris, Admiral Benbow, Penzance, England (1973) in paperback (stapled…not bound).  The auctioneer, however, was W.H. Lane & Son, also of Penzance.
Description: This auction catalog contains 221 lots of coins (including cobs, pillar dollars, and portrait coins), 849 lots of artifacts (including several cannons), and a variety of nautical museum items from Roland Morris’ personal collection. It includes items from the “HMS Association,” the “HMS Anson”, and the “HMS Romney”. The catalog is illustrated with both black and white photos, and drawings made by Roland Morris. Quite unusual.

#A-500
Lane, W.H. & Son
Sale of Sunken Treasure
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): Association, De Liefde, Princess Maria, Hollandia, Duoro, Schiller, Athenienne, Thomas W. Lawson, Sprightly
Comments: Auction held on September 26, 1975 in Penzance, England
Size: 6.75” x 9.25”
Pages: 108
Publisher: Published by W.H. Lane & Son, Penzance, England (1975) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog describes coins and artifacts from nine shipwrecks:  “HMS Association” (415 lots of silver portrait coins and silver cobs, and 36 lots of artifacts), “De Liefde” (50 lots of ducatons), “Princess Maria” (8 lots of silver cobs and ducatons, and 22 lots of artifacts), “Hollandia” (446 lots of ducatons, silver cobs and pillar dollars, 1  cuff link, and 16 lots of artifacts), “Duoro” (20 lots of artifacts), “Schiller” (2 lots of artifacts), “Athenienne” (200 lots of pillar dollars and silver cobs), “Thomas W. Lawson” (1 large porthole), and the “Sprightly” (22 lots of guineas and half guineas, a few portrait coins, 1 pillar dollar and 51 lots of artifacts).  A brief history of each wreck is also included.

#A-510
Lane, W.H. & Son
Treasure from the Sea
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Jewelry, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Hollandia, Slot ter Hooge, Crescent City, St. Anthony, Santo Christo de Castello, Campen, Rill Cove Wreck, Athenienne, Association, tVliegent Hart, Abergavenny, Invincible, Fraumetta Catharina von Flensburg, Auguste
Comments: Auction held on June 1, 1983 in Penzance, England
Size: 7.25” x 9.75”
Pages: 93
Publisher: Published by W.H. Lane & Son, Penzance, England (1983) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains a wide variety of items from 15 shipwrecks: “Hollandia” (93 lots of ducatons and silver cobs, 1 Admiral Vernon medallion, and 1 onion bottle), “Slot ter Hooge” (54 lots of ducatons, silver cobs, and doublestuivers, and 9 silver ingots), “Crescent City” (3 lots of silver cobs and 7 lots of portrait pesos), “St. Anthony” (1 silver ingot and 4 copper ingots), “Santo Christo de Castello” (6 lots of linked-shot), “Campen” (64 lots of lion daalders and 4 lead ingots), Rill Cove Wreck (33 lots of silver cobs), “Athenienne” (16 lots of pillar dollars), “HMS Association” (136 lots of guineas, half guineas, reis, portrait silver coins, and silver cobs, 15 artifacts, 1 King Charles medallion, and 3 jewelry items), “tVliegenthart” (61 lots of ducats and silver cobs), “Earl of Abergavenny” (12 lots of artifacts and 8 copper ingots), “HMS Invincible” (8 lots of artifacts), “Die Fraumetta Catharina von Flensburg” (6 pieces of reindeer hide) and “La Auguste” (100 lots of pillar dollars and sols). There are also 27 lots of artifacts from the World War II passenger liner, “SS Aurania”.  A brief description of each wreck is provided.

#A-520
Lays Auctions
The Roland Morris Maritime Museum Auction
Contents: Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Association, Colossus
Comments: Auction held on May 22, 2002 in Penzance, England
Size: 8.5” x 11.75”
Pages: 12
Publisher: Published by David Lay/The Penzance Auction House, Penzance, England (2002) in paperback (stapled…not bound).
Description: This auction catalog includes 389 lots of shipwreck artifacts and museum display items from the defunct Roland Morris Maritime Museum in Penzance.  Many of the artifacts were salvaged from the “HMS Colossus” or “HMS Association” by Roland Morris.

#A-525
Marcus Galleries
Catalogue of Priceless Treasure and Antique China Recovered from Beneath the Sea Off the South African Coast from the Two Famous Dutch East Indiamen, “Meresteijn” (1702) & “Middelburg” (1781)
Contents: Coins, Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Meeresteijn, Middelburg
Comments: Auction held on January 21, 1972, in Cape Town, South Africa
Size: 6.5” x 10.5”
Pages: 16
Publisher: Published by Marcus Galleries, Cape Town, South Africa (1972), in paperback
Description: This auction catalog contains 263 lots of ducatoons, half ducatoons, stuivers and silver riders from the “Meresteijn” (1702).  Additionally, it includes 45 lots of ceramics from the “Middelburg” (1781).  An overview of the 2 wrecks and the salvage is included.

#A-526
Marcus Galleries
Catalogue of Priceless Treasure and Antique China Recovered from Beneath the Sea Off the South African Coast from the Two Famous Dutch East Indiamen, “Meresteijn” (1702), “Middelburg” (1781), as also the “Fame” (1823)
Contents: Coins, Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Meeresteijn, Middelburg, Fame
Comments: Auction held on April 7, 1972, in Braamfontein, South Africa
Size: 6.5” x 10.5”
Pages: 16
Publisher: Published by Marcus Galleries, Cape Town, South Africa (1972), in paperback
Description: This catalog contains 300 lots of ducatoons, stuivers and silver riders from the “Meeresteijn” (1702), “Middelberg” (1781), and “Fame” (1823).  Additionally, there are 43 lots of ceramics.  There are also 3 miscellaneous lots.  An overview of the “Meresteijn” and “Middelberg” wrecks, and the salvage is included.

#A-528
Morton & Eden (in association with Sotheby’s)
Ancient, Islamic, British and World Coins
Contents: Bullion, Coins, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet, 1733 Fleet, Luz, tVliegent Hart, Feversham
Comments: Auction held on May 20, 2010 in London
Size: 8.25” x 11.75”
Publisher: Published by Morton & Eden Ltd., London (2010), in paperback
Description: This catalog contains one 2 escudo cob from the “HMS Feversham”; two 1 escudo, eight 2 escudo, one 4 escudo, two 8 escudo cobs and one gold disk from the 1715 Fleet; seven ducats from the “tVliegent Hart”; one 2 escudo cob from the 1733 Fleet; six 8 escudo coins (including one cob), four 4 escudo coins (including one cob), five 2 escudo coins, 4 gold ingots, 1 gold bar, and 2 lots of artifacts from the “Nuestra Senora de la Luz”; and 8 other lots of unknown shipwreck gold coins.  There is a brief description of each shipwreck.

#A-530
Nagel Auctions
Auction List – Tek Sing Treasures
Contents: Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Tek Sing
Comments: Auction held on November 17 thru 25, 2000 in Stuttgart, Germany
Size: 8” x 9.5”
Pages: 1020
Publisher: Published by Nagel Auctions, Stuttgart, Germany (2000) in  paperback.
Description: This auction listing describes 16,100 lots of ceramics salvaged from the “Tek Sing”, a Chinese junk that sank in the South China Sea in 1822.  The listing includes estimated prices and some black and white photos.  This auction list was published along with the book, “Tek Sing Treasures”, and is written in both English and German.

#A-540
Noble Numismatics Pty Ltd
The Richard A. Williams Collection of United States, Roman and World Coins
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Gilt Dragon, Zuytdorp, Batavia, De Liefde
Comments: Auction held on July 14 & 15, 1994 in East Melbourne, Australia
Size: 8.25” x 11.75”
Pages: 152
Publisher: Published by Noble Numismatics Pty Ltd, Melbourne, Australia (1994) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 206 lots of mostly silver cobs from the “Gilt Dragon” (Vergulde Draeck), and a few milled coins each from the “Zuytdorp”, the “Batavia”, and the “De Liefde”.

#A-550
Parke Bernet Galleries, Inc.
Recovered Treasure from Le Chameau
Contents: Coins, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Le Chameau
Comments: Auction held on December 10 & 11, 1971 in New York City
Size: 7” x 10”
Pages: 31
Publisher: Published by Parke Bernet Galleries, Inc., New York City (1971) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 690 lots of French gold and silver portrait coins of Louis XV, 14 artifacts, and 2 jewelry items recovered from “Le Chameau”, which sank off Nova Scotia, Canada in 1725. The history of the wreck is included.

#A-560
Parke-Bernet Galleries
Treasure of the Spanish Main
Contents: Coins, Jewelry, Artifacts, Ceramics, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on February 4, 1967 in New York City
Size: 7” x 10.25”
Pages: 97
Publisher: Published by Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., New York City (1967) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 241 lots of gold and silver cobs, 5 lots of gold and silver ingots, 10 lots of ceramics, 8 lots of jewelry (including the Captain-General’s Chain and Badge of Office from the 1715 Spanish Treasure Fleet – see #A-620), and 42 lots of artifacts that were recovered by the Real Eight Corporation from the 1715 Fleet off the east coast of Florida. This was one of the early 1715 Fleet auctions and includes photos of most of the items offered.

#A-563
Philip & Sons, Trevor
The Cau Mau Shipwreck – Circa 1725
Contents: Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Ca Mau
Comments: Illustrated catalog and price list
Size: 8.25” x 11.75”
Pages: 10
Publisher: Published by Trevor Philip & Sons, London (circa 2008), in paperback.
Description: This price list contains many ceramic items from the “Ca Mau” shipwreck and is illustrated in color.  All of the items came from the Sotheby’s auction held in 2007 (#A-685).

#A-565
Ponterio & Associates, Inc.
C.I.C.F’06 Featuring Specie Recovered from the “Rooswijk” – Sale #138
Contents: Coins, Bullion, Pillar Dollars, Klippes
Shipwreck(s): Rooswijk
Comments: Auction held on March 31 and April 1, 2006, in Rosemont, Illinois
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 247
Publisher: Published by Ponterio & Associates, San Diego, California (2006) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 97 lots of 8 Reales cobs, 46 lots of 8 Reales Klippes, 232 lots of 4 and 8 Reales Pillar Dollars, one 1728 8 Reales royal, and 2 lots of silver ingots from the Dutch East Indiaman, “Rooswijk”, which sank in 1739.  The catalog includes a history of the wreck and an article on the transitional 8 Reales of Philip V struck at the Mexico City mint during 1732-1734.  Also included are 3 lots of 8 escudo cobs, one 4 escudo cob, 2 lots of 2 escudo cobs, and one gold ingot from the 1715 Fleet.

#A-566
Ponterio & Associates, Inc.
C.I.C.F’07 – Sale #142
Contents: Coins, Pillar Dollars, Klippes
Shipwreck(s): Rooswijk, Akerendam, Lastdrager, Capitana, Reijgersdaal, Rill Cove Wreck, tVliegent Hart
Comments: Auction held on April 27-28, 2007 in Rosemont, Illinois
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 232
Publisher: Published by Ponterio & Associates, San Diego, California (2007) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 2 lots of Ducats from the “Akerendam”; one 2 escudo cob from the “Capitana”; one Ducatone from the “Lastdrager”; two lots of 8 Reales Pillar Dollars from the “Reijgersdaal”; five lots of 8 Reales, two lots of 4 Reales and two lots of 2 Reales cobs from the Rill Cove Wreck;  24 lots of 8 Reales cobs (comprising 171 coins) , six lots of 8 Reales Klippes, one 4 Reales Klippe, 49 lots of 8 Reales Pillar Dollars (comprising 764 coins) from the “Rooswijk”; and four 8 Reales cobs and five Ducatons from the “Vliegenthart”.

#A-567
Ponterio & Associates, Inc.
In Conjunction with the Anaheim Coin & Collectibles Expo – September 8, 2006 – Sale #139
Contents: Coins, Bullion, Pillar Dollars, Klippes
Shipwreck(s): Rooswijk
Comments: Auction held on September 8, 2006 in Anaheim, California
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 192
Publisher: Published by Ponterio & Associates, San Diego, California (2006) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 79 lots of 8 Reales cobs (many dated 1730), 38 lots of 4 Reales cobs, 36 lots of 8 Reales Klippes, 4 lots of 4 Reales Klippes, 106  lots of 8 Reales Pillar Dollars (including three 1732 Pillar Dollars), 10 lots of 4 Reales Pillar Dollars, 10 lots of Ducatons and Half Ducatons, and 2 lots of silver ingots from the Dutch East Indiaman, “Rooswijk”, which sank in 1739.

#A-569
Ponterio & Associates, Inc.
In Conjunction with the A.H. Baldwin & Sons Auction, London, England – September 25-26, 2007 – Sale #143
Contents: Coins, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): 1554 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on September 25-26, 2007 in Beverly Hills, California
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 222
Publisher: Published by Ponterio & Associates, San Diego, California (2007) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 15 lots of 4 Reales cobs, 6 lots of 2 Reales cobs, 1 lot containing both a 2 and 4 Reales cob, 1 pseudo coin made out of a cut fragment from a silver bar, 3 fragments of a silver splash, and 4 pewter plates, all from the 1554 Fleet that sank off the coast of Texas.

#A-570
Ponterio & Associates, Inc.
La Capitana – Sale #99
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): La Capitana
Comments: Auction held on April 10, 1999 in Rosemont, Illinois
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 64
Publisher: Published by Ponterio & Associates, San Diego, California (1999) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 458 lots of 8 Reales cobs, 86 lots of 4 Reales cobs, 22 lots of 2 Reales cobs, 7 lots of 1 Reale cobs, and one gold 2 escudo cob from “La Capitana” (Jesus Maria de la Limpia Concepcion), which sank in 1654 off the coast of Ecuador.  The lots include shield & cross issues, countermarked issues of 1652, transitional issues of 1652, and pillars & waves issues.  The catalog also includes a history of the wreck, an article about the Bolivian counterstamps of 1652, and an article on Potosi’s  transitional coinage of 1652.

#A-573
Ponterio & Associates, Inc.
N.Y.I.N.C’05 – Sale #133
Contents: Coins
Comments: Auction held on January 14 & 15, 2005 in New York City
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 312
Publisher: Published by Ponterio & Associates, San Diego, California (2004) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 133 lots from the Joseph R. Lasser collection of Colombian cobs (gold and silver). This is the most complete collection of Columbian cob coinage ever assembled. The cobs run from 1622-1756. The second half of the collection will be auctioned in January 2006. Additionally, the catalog includes 285 lots from the John C. Pullin collection of Bolivian silver cob coinage.

#A-574
Ponterio & Associates, Inc.
N.Y.I.N.C’06 – Sale #137
Contents: Coins, Bullion, Tumbaga Bars
Shipwreck(s): Atocha, 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on January 13 & 14, 2006 in New York City
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 287
Publisher: Published by Ponterio & Associates, San Diego, California (2005) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog is the second half of the  Joseph R. Lasser collection of Colombian cobs and includes 141 lots of gold and silver).  This is the most complete collection of Columbian cob coinage ever assembled.  The cobs run from 1622-1756. Additionally, the catalog includes one Atocha gold bar, two Atocha 8 reales cobs, one 2 escudo and one 8 escudo cob from the 1715 fleet, and 1 Tumbaga bar.

#A-576
Ponterio & Associates, Inc.
Swedish Plate Money – Sale #39
Contents: Plate Money
Comments: Auction held on January 27, 1990 in Pasadena, California
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 56
Publisher: Published by Ponterio & Associates, San Diego, California (1990) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 498 lots of Swedish Plate Money from the Danish East India Company ship, “Nicobar”.  The “Nicobar” sank in 1783 off the South African coast.  A description of the ship, the salvage and Swedish Plate Money is included.

#A-578
Ponterio & Associates, Inc.
The 2011 N.Y.I.N.C. Auction – Sale #158
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet, 1622 Fleet, Santa Margarita, Rooswijk, tVliegent Hart
Comments: Auction held on January 7 & 8, 2011 in New York City
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 410
Publisher: Published by Ponterio & Associates, Irvine, California (2011) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains two dated 8 reales cob, six 8 escudo, two 4 escudo, and one 1 escudo cob from the 1715 Fleet. Additionally, the catalog contains one 2 escudo cob from the “Santa Margarita” (sister ship of the “Atocha”) one 8 reales cob from the “Rooswijk”, and four 8 reales cobs from the “tVliegent Hart”.

#A-580
San Diego Show Auction
Treasures of the Nuestra Senora de Atocha
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Atocha, Santa Margarita, 1622 Fleet, 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on September 19, 1987 in San Diego, California
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 14
Publisher: Published by the San Diego Show Auction, La Jolla, California (1987) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 5 artifacts, 7 silver bars, 1 gold bar, 5 emeralds, and 358 lots of silver cobs from the “Atocha” and “Santa Margarita”.  It also includes 1 spectacular 8 escudos coin from the 1715 Fleet.

#A-590
Schulman Coin & Mint, Inc.
Gold & Silver Coins of the Spanish World
Contents: Coins, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet, Maravillas
Comments: Auction held on December 2, 3 and 4, 1974 in New York City
Size: 6.75” x 9.5”
Pages: 135
Publisher: Published by Schulman Coin & Mint, Inc., New York City (1974) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 62 lots of gold and silver cobs and 9 silver bars from the Spanish galleon, “Maravillas” (sank 1656), and 221 lots of gold and silver cobs and 5 silver bars from the 1715 Fleet.  Additionally, it has 7 lots of silver cobs from “A small salvage off the coast of Vero Beach on a sunny day”.

#A-595
Schulman, Hans M.F.
Public Auction Sale
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on May 20-21, 1966, in New York City
Size: 6.75” x 9.75”
Pages: 189
Publisher: Published by Hans M.F. Schulman, New York City (1966) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes both a 1713 and 1714 gold set of 1, 2, 4, & 8 escudo cobs from the 1715 Fleet, as well as two 1 escudo cobs, six 2 escudo cobs, one 4 escudo cob, and one 8 escudo cob (12 lots).  Most of these are pictured in a separate volume of plates that accompanied the auction catalog.  One of the early 1715 Fleet auctions.

#A-600
Schulman Coin & Mint, Inc.
Spanish Galleon Treasure
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Ceramics, Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on November 27, 28 and 29, 1972 in New York City
Size: 6.75” x 9.5”
Pages: 121
Publisher: Published by Schulman Coin & Mint, Inc., New York City (1972) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 8 silver ingots, 1 gold disc, 1146 lots of gold and silver cobs, and a few artifacts, jewelry items and ceramics…all from the 1715 Fleet.  As such, this was one of the largest 1715 Fleet auctions.

#A-604
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #1
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Ceramics, Jewelry, Tumbaga Bars, Cannons
Shipwreck(s): Golden Fleece, Santiago, Rill Cove Wreck, Atocha, 1622 Fleet, Santa Margarita, Dry Tortugas Wreck, Batavia, Concepcion, Lastdrager, Capitana, Maravillas, Consolacion, Joanna, Association, De Liefde, 1715 Fleet, Guadalupe, Tolosa, Akerendam, Chameau, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Rooswijk, DeVisch, Hollandia, Reijgersdaal, Dodington, Tilbury, Colossus, Athenienne, Admiral Gardner, Fame, Elingamite, Princess Louisa, Fort San Sebastian Wreck
Comments: Mail auction closed on May 30, 2007
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 172
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2007), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck (and non-shipwreck) gold and silver cobs and coins; gold and silver bars, splashes, discs and drops; a tumbaga bar; artifacts; an emerald ring; ceramics; cannons; shipwreck books; and old shipwreck auction catalogs.  The 441 lots represent 35 shipwrecks, making this one of the broadest shipwreck auctions ever held.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-605
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #2
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Ceramics, Jewelry, Bottles, Cannons, Pillar Dollars, Klippes, Tumbaga Bars
Shipwreck(s): Golden Fleece Wreck, San Martin, Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Concepcion,  Capitana, Maravillas, Gilt Dragon, Consolacion, San Miguel de Arcangel (Jupiter Wreck), Consolation, Porto Bello Wreck, Joanna, Association, 1715 Fleet, Ca Mau Wreck, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Rooswijk, Milagros, Ronson wreck, Geldermalsen (Nanking Cargo),  Rosario, Hollandia, Dodington, Tounant, Tilbury, HMS Bounty, Piedmont, HMS Lutine, Leocadia, SS Central America, Egypt, Princess Louisa, and the Manila Bay treasure.
Comments: Mail auction closed on October 30, 2007
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 111
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2007), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck (and non-shipwreck) gold and silver cobs and coins; a gold and a silver bar; a silver splash and disc; artifacts; an emerald ring; ceramics; bottles; cannons; shipwreck books; and old shipwreck auction catalogs.  The 764 lots represent 35 shipwrecks.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck and an interview with Lou Ullian, one of the “Real Eight” group that salvaged the 1715 Fleet.

#A-606
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #3
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Ceramics, Jewelry, Bottles, Pillar Dollars, Tumbaga Bars
Shipwreck(s): Golden Fleece Wreck, Flor do Mar, Espadarte, Cidade Velha Wrecks, Rill Cove Wreck, Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas Wreck, Lucayan Beach Wreck, Concepcion,  Sao Francisco Wreck, Capitana, Maravillas, Gilt Dragon, Sacramento, Santa Maria de Quintanpalla, Consolacion, Porto Bello Wreck, Joanna, Meeresteijn, 1715 Fleet, Guadalupe, Tolosa, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Rooswijk, Princess Louisa, Hollandia, Reijgersdaal, Luz, Bredenhof, Cape Haitien Wreck, Rosario, Auguste, Dromadaire, Colebrooke, Scipion, Cazador, Hartwell, Piedmont, Leocadia, Lady Burgess, Admiral Gardner, Coconut Wreck, 1810 Wreck, Robert, Spring of Whitby, Britannia, Thetis, Rombos Wreck, Cognac Wreck, Santo Andre, SS Central America, SS Republic, Douro, Elingamite, and the Egypt.
Comments: Mail auction closed on May 29, 2008
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 226
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2008), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck (and non-shipwreck) gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; Tumbaga bars; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; a large selection of ceramics; bottles; an astrolabe; and shipwreck books.  The 1168 lots represent 57 shipwrecks…the greatest breath of wrecks ever offered in an auction.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck, and a history of Arqueonautas as well as a brief history of the shipwrecks they’ve excavated.

#A-607
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #4
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Ceramics, Jewelry, Pillar Dollars, Tumbaga Bars, Klippes
Shipwreck(s): Golden Fleece Wreck, Flor do Mar, Rill Cove Wreck, Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas Wreck, Lucayan Beach Wreck, Concepcion,  Capitana, Maravillas, Gilt Dragon, Sacramento, Consolacion, Porto Bello Wreck, Joanna,Meeresteijn, 1715 Fleet, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Rooswijk, Princess Louisa, Hollandia, Reijgersdaal, Luz, Bredenhof, Auguste, Cazador, Hartwell, Piedmont, Leocadia, Lady Burgess, Admiral Gardner, Spring of Whitby, SS Central America, SS Republic, Douro, SS Folcon, Athenienne, San Andre, Cabalva, Fort Capron Treasure, General Abbatucci, SS Florizel, Port Royal Jamaica, Pitch Barrel Wreck, Halsewell, Faithful Steward, Dodington, Milagros, Chameau, Akerendam, Slot ter Hooge, De Liefde, Feversham, Association, San Miguel de Arcangel, Tumbaga Wreck, 1554 Fleet, Santiago, Wild Horse River Wreck, Campen, Ronson Wreck, Geldermalsen (Nanking Cargo), and Royal George.
Comments: Mail auction closed on November 6, 2008
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 206
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2008), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck (and non-shipwreck) gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; Tumbaga bars; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; a large selection of ceramics; documents and media; and shipwreck/treasure books.  The 1163 lots represent 64 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #5
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Ceramics, Jewelry, Pillar Dollars, Tumbaga Bars, Plate Money, Klippes
Shipwreck(s): Tumbaga Wreck, Golden Fleece Wreck, 1554 Fleet, Espadarte, Cidade Velha, Rill Cove Wreck, San Martin, Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas Wreck, Campen, Lucayan Beach Wreck, San Jose, Concepcion, San Francisco Wreck, Capitana, Maravillas, Gilt Dragon, San Miguel de Arcangel, Sacramento, Consolacion, Port Royal Jamaica, Joanna, Rooswijk, Winchester, Meeresteijn, De Liefde, Feversham, Association, 1715 Fleet, Akerendam, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Milagros, Hollandia, Princess Louisa, Reijgersdaal, Luz, Geldermalsen (Nanking Cargo), Bredenhof, Auguste, Rosario, Dromadaire, Evstafii, Count Ernest Schimmelmann, Cazador, Hartwell, Piedmont, Leocadia, Lady Burgess, Admiral Gardner, Rombos Wreck, Santo Andre, SS Central America, General Abbatucci, SS Florizel, Duoro
Comments: Live internet auction on April 9, 2009
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 274
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2009), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck (and non-shipwreck) gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; Tumbaga bars; plate money, a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; a large selection of ceramics; documents and media; and shipwreck/treasure books.  The 1786 lots represent 63 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608a
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #6
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Ceramics, Jewelry, Pillar Dollars, Tumbaga Bars, Klippes
Shipwreck(s): Tumbaga Wreck, Golden Fleece Wreck, 1554 Fleet, Espadarte, Cidade Velha, Santiago, Rill Cove Wreck, Wild Horse River wreck, Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas Wreck, Campen, Lucayan Beach Wreck, Concepcion, Lastdrager, Capitana, Maravillas, Gilt Dragon, San Miguel de Arcangel, Rooswijk, Consolacion, Porto Bello wreck, Port Royal Jamaica, Meeresteijn, De Liefde, 1715 Fleet, Guadalupe & Tolosa, Le Chameau, Akerendam, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Hollandia, Princess Louisa, Reijgersdaal, Luz, Bredenhof, Tillbury, Auguste, Count Ernest Schimmelmann, Royal George, Cazador, Hartwell, Leocadia, Admiral Gardner, Coconut wreck, Diana, Sabina, Santo Andre, SS Central America, SS Republic, Duoro
Comments: Live internet auction on October 15-16, 2009
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 332
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2009), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck (and non-shipwreck) gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; Tumbaga bars; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; a selection of ceramics; documents and media; and shipwreck/treasure books.  The 2069 lots represent 55 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608b
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #7
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Ceramics, Jewelry, Pillar Dollars, Tumbaga Bars, Klippes
Shipwreck(s): Tumbaga Wreck, Golden Fleece Wreck, Espadarte, San Martin, Rill Cove Wreck, Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas Wreck, Campen, Concepcion, San Francisco Wreck, Capitana, Maravillas, Gilt Dragon, San Miguel de Arcangel, Sacramento, Porto Bello Wreck (1681 Fleet), Consolacion, Joanna, Port Royal Jamaica, Meeresteijn, Association, Feversham, De Liefde, 1715 Fleet, Ca Mau Wreck, Slot ter Hooge, Akerendam, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Rooswijk, Hollandia, Princess Louisa, Reijgersdaal, Luz, Bredenhof, Dodington, Scipion, Grosvenor, Nicobar, Cazador, Hartwell, Leocadia, Anson, Admiral Gardner, Coconut Wreck, Cabalva, Sabina, Santo Andre, SS Central America, SS Republic, Duoro, Elingamite, Egypt
Comments: Live internet auction on April 7-9, 2010
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 354
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2010), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck (and non-shipwreck) gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; Tumbaga bars; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; a selection of ceramics; an astrolabe; documents and media; and shipwreck/treasure books.  The 2160 lots represent 46 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608c
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #8
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Ceramics, Jewelry, Pillar Dollars, Tumbaga Bars, Plate Money, Cannons
Shipwreck(s): Hoi An Hoard,Tumbaga Wreck, Golden Fleece Wreck, 1554 Fleet, Espadarte, Santiago, San Martin, Rill Cove Wreck, Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas Wreck, San Jose, Campen, Lucayan Beach Wreck, Batavia, Concepcion, San Francisco Wreck, Lastdrager, Capitana, Maravillas, Gilt Dragon, San Miguel de Arcangel, Sacramento, Porto Bello Wreck (1681 Fleet), Consolacion, Joanna, Vung Tao Cargo, Port Royal Jamaica, Meeresteijn, Association, Feversham, De Liefde, 1715 Fleet, Ca Mau Wreck, Slot ter Hooge, Guadalupe, Tolosa, Akerendam, Chameau, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Rooswijk, Hollandia, Princess Louisa, St. Geran, Reijgersdaal, Luz, Bredenhof, Dodington, Auguste, Scipion, Grosvenor, Nicobar, Cazador, Faithful Steward, Hartwell, Piedmont, Queen, Leocadia, Athenienne, Anson, Admiral Gardner, Coconut Wreck, Cabalva, Fame, Sabina, Birkenhead, Santo Andre, SS Central America, SS Republic, Duoro, Elingamite, Egypt
Comments: Live internet auction on October 21-23, 2010
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 437
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2010), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck (and non-shipwreck) gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; Tumbaga bars; plate money; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; a selection of ceramics; documents and media; and shipwreck/treasure books.  The 2789 lots represent 76 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608d
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #9
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Ceramics, Jewelry, Pillar Dollars, Plate Money, Cannons
Shipwreck(s): Hoi An Hoard, Flor do Mar, 1554 Fleet, Santiago, Cidade Velha shipwrecks, Rill Cove Wreck, Wild Horse River wreck, Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas Wreck, San Jose, Campen, Lucayan Beach Wreck, Mesuno hoard, Concepcion, Lastdrager, Capitana, Maravillas, San Miguel el Arcangel (Jupiter wreck), Consolacion, Joanna, HMS Winchester,Meeresteijn, Association, De Liefde, 1715 Fleet, Chameau, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Rooswijk, Hollandia, Princess Louisa,  Reijgersdaal, Luz, Bredenhof, Dodington, Tilbury, Auguste, Count Ernst Schimmelmann, Scipion, Cazador, Hartwell, Piedmont,  Leocadia, HMS Birkenhead, SS Central America, SS Republic, Duoro
Comments: Live internet auction on April 26-28, 2011
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 424
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2011), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck (and non-shipwreck) gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; plate money; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; a selection of ceramics; documents and media; and shipwreck/treasure books.  The 2208 lots represent 53 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608e
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #10
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Cannons, Ceramics, Jewelry, Klippes, Pillar Dollars, Plate Money, Tumbaga Bars
Shipwreck(s): Hoi An Hoard, Tumbaga Wreck, Golden Fleece wreck, 1554 Fleet, Rill Cove Wreck, Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas Wreck, San Jose, Campen, Lucayan Beach Wreck, Mesuno hoard, Concepcion, Capitana, Maravillas, San Miguel el Arcangel (Jupiter wreck), Consolacion, 1681 Fleet (PortoBello Wreck), Joanna, Association, De Liefde, 1715 Fleet, Whydah, Slot ter Hooge, Chameau, Sea Horse, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Rooswijk, Hollandia, Reijgersdaal, Luz, Rosario, Bredenhof, Auguste, Royal George, Nicobar, Cazador, Halsewell,  Piedmont,  Colossus, Leocadia, Admiral Gardner, Fame, General Abbatucci, Duoro and Egypt.
Comments: Live internet auction on October 25-26, 2011
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 288
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2011), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck and world coins, with highlights including the Santa Fe Collection of dated Bogotá cob 2 escudos and a multitude of items from Marty Meylach’s 1733 Fleet artifact collection.  The various lots include gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; plate money; a wide variety of artifacts; Tumbaga bars; jewelry; and documents.  The 1409 lots represent 50 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608f
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #11
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Cannons, Ceramics, Jewelry, Klippes, Pillar Dollars, Plate Money, Tumbaga Bars
Shipwreck(s): Tumbaga Wreck, Golden Fleece wreck, 1554 Fleet, Espadarte, Santiago (1585), Rill Cove Wreck, Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), San Jose, Campen, Lucayan Beach Wreck, Mesuno hoard, Concepcion, Lastdrager, Capitana, Maravillas, Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon), San Miguel el Arcangel (Jupiter wreck), Consolacion, 1681 Fleet (PortoBello Wreck), Joanna,Meeresteijn, Association, De Liefde, Feversham, 1715 Fleet, Ca Mau wreck, Slot ter Hooge, Akerendam, 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart, Rooswijk, Hollandia, Princess Louisa, Reijgersdaal, Luz, Geldermalsen (Nanking Cargo), Dodington, Auguste, Dromadaire,  Nicobar, Cazador, Halsewell, Hartwell, Piedmont, Leocadia, Lady Burgess, Athenienne, Admiral Gardner, Cabalva, Tek Sing, Sabina, Santo Andre, and Duoro.
Comments: Live internet auction on April 10-11, 2012
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 300
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2012), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck and world coins, including the Jorge Ortiz Murias collection of Columbian colonial milled minors (1760-1822).  The various lots include gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; plate money; a wide variety of artifacts; Tumbaga bars; jewelry, including an Atocha “Golden Crew” salvor ring; weapons; and 2 armada chests.  The 1524 lots represent 58 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608g
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #12
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Cannons, Ceramics, Jewelry, Klippes, Pillar Dollars, Plate Money, Tumbaga Bars
Shipwreck(s): Tumbaga Wreck (circa 1528), Golden Fleece wreck (circa 1550), 1554 Fleet, San Martin (1618), Warwick (1619), Rill Cove Wreck (circa 1618), Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas wreck (circa 1622), Campen (1627), Lucayan Beach Wreck (circa 1628), Mesuno hoard (circa 1636), Concepcion (1641), Capitana (1654 Ecuador), Maravillas (1656), Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon, 1656), San Miguel el Arcangel (Jupiter wreck – 1659), Consolacion (1681), 1681 Fleet (Porto Bello Wreck), Joanna (1682), Vung Tao cargo (circa 1690), Meeresteijn (1702), Association (1707), De Liefde (1711), Feversham (1711), 1715 Fleet, Whydah (1717), Ca Mau wreck (circa 1723-35), Slot ter Hooge (1724), Akerendam (1725), Chameau (1725), 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart (1735), Rooswijk (1739), Hollandia (1743), Princess Louisa (1743), Reijgersdaal (1747), Luz (1752), Rosario (1753 Uruguay), Dodington (1755), Tilbury (1757), Auguste (1761), Dromadaire (1762),  Cazador (1784), Hartwell (1787), Piedmont (Lyme Bay wreck – 1795), Colossus (1798), Leocadia (1800), Admiral Gardner (1809), 1810 wreck (Ft. Pierce, FL), Cabalva (1818), Santo Andre (1856), Central America (1857), Duoro (1882), Elingamite (1902), Manila Bay treasure (Philippines – 1942), and John Barry (1944).
Comments: Live internet auction on October 25-26, 2012
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 364
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2012), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck and world coins.  The various lots include gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; plate money; a wide variety of artifacts; Tumbaga bars; jewelry; weapons; and one armada chests  The 1886 lots represent 58 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608h
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #13
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Cannons, Ceramics, Jewelry, Klippes, Pillar Dollars, Plate Money, Weapons
Shipwreck(s): Golden Fleece wreck (circa 1550), 1554 Fleet, Santiago (1585), San Martin (1618), Rill Cove Wreck (circa 1618), Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Sao Jose (1622), Lucayan Beach Wreck (circa 1628), Mesuno hoard (circa 1636), Concepcion (1641), Capitana (1654 Ecuador), Maravillas (1656), San Miguel el Arcangel (Jupiter wreck – 1659), Consolacion (1681), Joanna (1682), Taj Mahal Treasure (Arthur Clarke wreck found off Sri Lanka – circa 1702), Meeresteijn (1702), Association (1707), De Liefde (1711), 1715 Fleet, Slot ter Hooge (1724), Akerendam (1725), Chameau (1725), 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart (1735), Rooswijk (1739), Hollandia (1743), Princess Louisa (1743), Reijgersdaal (1747), Luz (1752), Geldermalsen (Nanking Cargo – 1752), Bredenhof (1753), Nicobar (1783), Cazador (1784), Halsewell (1786), Hartwell (1787), Piedmont (Lyme Bay wreck – 1795), Leocadia (1800), Hindostan (1803), Admiral Gardner (1809), SS New York (1846), and Duoro (1882).
Comments: Live internet auction on May 1-2, 2013
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 324
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2013), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck and world coins.  The various lots include gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; plate money; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; weapons; and world coins.  The 1993 lots represent 46 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608i
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #14
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Cannons, Ceramics, Jewelry, Klippes, Pillar Dollars, Plate Money, Tumbaga Bars, Weapons
Shipwreck(s): Tumbaga Wreck (circa 1528), Golden Fleece wreck (circa 1550), 1554 Fleet, Espadarte (1585), Santiago (1585), Rill Cove Wreck (circa 1618), Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas wreck (circa 1622), Sao Jose (1622), Campen (1627), Lucayan Beach Wreck (circa 1628), Mesuno hoard (circa 1636), Concepcion (1641), Lastdrager (1653), Capitana (1654 Ecuador), Maravillas (1656), Gilt Dragon (Vergulde Draeck – 1656), San Miguel el Arcangel (Jupiter wreck – 1659), Consolacion (1681), Porto Bello wreck (1681 Fleet), Joanna (1682), Taj Mahal Treasure (Arthur Clarke wreck found off Sri Lanka – circa 1702),Meeresteijn (1702), Association (1707), De Liefde (1711), Feversham (1711), 1715 Fleet, Whydah (1717), Slot ter Hooge (1724), Akerendam (1725), Chameau (1725), 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart (1735), Rooswijk (1739), Hollandia (1743), Princess Louisa (1743), Reijgersdaal (1747), Luz (1752), Geldermalsen (Nanking Cargo – 1752), Dodington (1755), Tilbury (1757), Auguste (1761), Dromadaire (1762), Nicobar (1783), Cazador (1784), Piedmont (Lyme Bay wreck – 1795), Leocadia (1800), Lady Burgess (1806), HMS Athenienne (1806), Admiral Gardner (1809), Coconut Wreck (circa 1810), Tek Sing (1822), Sabina (1842), Santo Andre (1856), SS Central America (1857), and Duoro (1882).
Comments: Live auction on October 30, 2013 & Internet auction on November 1, 2013; illustrated
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 330
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2013), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck and world coins.  The various lots include gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; plate money; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; weapons; and world coins.  The 1700 lots represent 61 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608j
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #15
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Cannons, Ceramics, Jewelry, Klippes, Pillar Dollars, Weapons Shipwreck(s): Golden Fleece wreck (circa 1550), 1554 Fleet,   Santiago (1585), Rill Cove Wreck (circa 1618), Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas wreck (circa 1622), Sao Jose (1622), Lucayan Beach Wreck (circa 1628), Mesuno hoard (circa 1636), Concepcion (1641), Capitana (1654 Ecuador), Maravillas (1656), San Miguel el Arcangel (Jupiter wreck – 1659), Consolacion (1681), Joanna (1682), Taj Mahal Treasure (Arthur Clarke wreck found off Sri Lanka – circa 1702), Association (1707), Feversham (1711), 1715 Fleet, Akerendam (1725), Chameau (1725), 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart (1735), Rooswijk (1739), Hollandia (1743), Princess Louisa (1743), Reijgersdaal (1747), Luz (1752), Auguste (1761), Nicobar (1783), Cazador (1784), Hartwell (1787),  Piedmont (Lyme Bay wreck – 1795), Leocadia (1800), Lady Burgess (1806),  Admiral Gardner
(1809), Tek Sing (1822).
Comments: Live auction on October 30, 2013 & Internet auction on November 1, 2013; illustrated
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 292
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2014), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck and world coins.  The various lots include gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; weapons; and world coins.  The 1613 lots represent 41 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck and a memorial to the late Louis Hudson.

#A-608k
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #16
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Cannons, Ceramics, Jewelry, Klippes, Pillar Dollars, Weapons
Shipwreck(s): Golden Fleece wreck (circa 1550), 1554 Fleet,   Santiago (1585), Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas wreck (circa 1622), Sao Jose (1622), Campen (1627), Lucayan Beach Wreck (circa 1628), Concepcion (1641), Capitana (1654 Ecuador), Maravillas (1656), Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon – 1656), San Miguel el Arcangel (Jupiter wreck – 1659), Consolacion (1681), Portobello wreck (1681), Joanna (1682), Merestein (1702), Association (1707), Feversham (1711), 1715 Fleet, Slot ter Hooge (1724), 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart (1735), Rooswijk (1739), Hollandia (1743), Princess Louisa (1743), Reijgersdaal (1747), Luz (1752), Dromadaire (1762), Cazador (1784), Piedmont (Lyme Bay wreck – 1795), Lady Burgess (1806), Athenienne (1806),  Admiral Gardner (1809), Fame (1822), SS Republic (1865), Douro (1882).
Comments: Live auction on November 6, 2014; illustrated
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 234
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2014), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck and world coins.  The various lots include gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; weapons; and world coins.  The 1124 lots represent 41 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck.

#A-608l
Sedwick, Daniel Frank
Treasure Auction #17
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Cannons, Ceramics, Jewelry, Klippes, Tumbaga Bars, Pillar Dollars, Weapons
Shipwreck(s):  Tumbaga wreck (circa 1528), Golden Fleece wreck (circa 1550), 1554 Fleet,   Santiago (1585), Rill Cove Wreck (circa 1618), Atocha & Santa Margarita (1622 Fleet), Dry Tortugas wreck (circa 1622), Sao Jose (1622), Lucayan Beach Wreck (circa 1628), Concepcion (1641), Capitana (1654 Ecuador), Maravillas (1656), San Miguel el Arcangel (Jupiter wreck – 1659), Consolacion (1681), Portobello wreck (1681), Joanna (1682), Merestein (1702), Association (1707), Feversham (1711), 1715 Fleet, Whydah (1717), Ca Mau wreck (1723-35), Slot ter Hooge (1724), Chameau (1725), 1733 Fleet, tVliegent Hart (1735), Rooswijk (1739), Hollandia (1743), Princess Louisa (1743), Reijgersdaal (1747), Luz (1752), Geldermalsen (Nanking Cargo 1752), Brendenhof (1753), Tilbury (1757), Auguste (1761), Nicobar (1783), Cazador (1784), Halsewell (1786), Hartwell (1787), Piedmont (Lyme Bay wreck – 1795), Lady Burgess (1806), Athenienne (1806),  Admiral Gardner (1809), 1810 wreck (Ft. Pierce, FL), SS New York (1846), SS Central America (1857), SS Republic (1865), Douro (1882).
Comments: Auction on April 29-30; illustrated
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 308
Publisher: Published by Daniel Frank Sedwick, Winter Park, Florida (2015), in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes a broad variety of shipwreck and world coins.  The various lots include gold and silver cobs and coins; gold ingots; silver bars; a wide variety of artifacts; jewelry; weapons; and world coins.  The 1560 lots represent 53 shipwrecks and treasures.  At the front of the catalog there is a section which gives an excellent description of each wreck and also a few pages on “Remembering Real Eight: An Interview with Lou Ullian (2007).”

#A-609
Smythe & Co.
The El Cazador Sale & Other Important Properties
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Cannons, Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): El Cazador
Comments: Auction held on October 30, 2007, in New York City
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 78
Publisher: Published by R.M. Smythe & Co., New York City (2007) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 43 lots of “El Cazador” (The Hunter) material.  “El Cazador” was a Spanish brig of war which sank in the Gulf of Mexico, 80 miles south of New Orleans, in 1784.  The items include 55 ½-Reales, 158 2-Reales, 11 4-Reales, and 198 8-Reales silver Mexican coins, as well as one ½-Escudo Spanish gold coin and 2 8-Escudo Columbian gold coins.  Most of the coins are dated between 1779 and 1783.  In addition, there are 11 coin clumps, 4 lots of artifacts, and 2 bronze breech-loaded cannons offered.

#A-610
Sotheby’s
Artefacts Recovered from the Wreck of the S.S. Medina
Contents: Artifacts, Jewelry, Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Medina
Comments: Auction held on May 26, 1988 in London
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 56
Publisher: Published by Sotheby’s, London (1988) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 164 items, most of which were recovered from the “SS Medina”.  These items were the personal belongings of Lord Carmichael, Governor of Bengal, India, and include jewelry, pottery, porcelain, works of art, and artifacts. The “SS Medina” was torpedoed off the English coast in 1917 and salvaged in 1987. The catalog includes both the history of the wreck and biographical information on Lord Carmichael.

#A-620
Sotheby’s
A Captain-General’s Chain and Badge of Office from the 1715 Spanish Treasure Fleet
Contents: Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on March 24, 1993 in New York City
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 6
Publisher: Published by Sotheby’s, New York City (1993) in paperback.
Description: This short auction catalog features a single item…a spectacular 2000-link gold chain and dragon whistle from the 1715 Fleet.  There are two excellent full-page color pictures.

#A-630
Sotheby & Co.
Catalogue of Ancient, English and Foreign Coins in Gold, Silver & Bronze
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Lucayan Beach Wreck
Comments: Auction held on July 26 & 27, 1972 in London
Size: 6.25” x 9.75”
Pages: 78
Publisher: Published by Sotheby & Co., London (1972) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 114 lots of silver cobs from a Spanish galleon wrecked off of Lucayan Beach, Grand Bahamas Island, in 1628 and recovered in 1964 by Jack Slack.  None of the coins are pictured.  Jack Haskins, noted salvor and shipwreck scholar, believes this wreck is the “Nuestra Senora de los Remedios”, which sank in 1625 enroute from Mexico to Puerto Rico.

#A-640
Sotheby & Co.
Catalogue of Coins and Other Artifacts Recovered from the Wreck of the Dutch East-Indiaman “Hollandia” (Sunk 1743)
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Cannons
Shipwreck(s): Hollandia
Comments: Auction held on April 18, 1972 in London; green cover
Size: 6.25” x 9.75”
Pages: 46
Publisher: Published by Sotheby & Co., London (1972) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 484 lots of ducatons, silver cobs and pillar dollars, 2 cannons, and 17 lots of artifacts from the “Hollandia”, which sank in 1743 near the Isles of Scilly. Inside the front cover of the catalog is a color photo of 6 members of the salvage team, and a color reprint of an ancient Scilly Isles map. This catalog should not be confused with the other Sotheby auction of similar name, “Coins and Other Artifacts Recovered from the Wreck of the Dutch East-Indiaman ‘Hollandia’ – Sunk 1743” (#A-660).

#A-647
Sotheby’s
Catalogue of Oriental Ceramics and Works of Art
Contents: Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Witte Leeuw
Comments: Auction held on March 15, 1977 in London
Size: 7” x 9.5”
Pages: 21
Publisher: Published by Sotheby, Parke Bernet & Co., London (1977) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 49 lots of ceramics from the wreck of the Dutch East-Indiaman, Witte Leeuw,” which sank off the island of St. Helena in 1613.

#A-650
Sotheby & Co.
Catalogue of Treasure Recovered Off the Shetland Isles
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Cannons
Shipwreck(s): Wendela, Lastdrager, Curacao, Evstafii, Assurance
Comments: Auction held on November 8, 1973 in London
Size: 5” x 10”
Pages: 44
Publisher: Published by Sotheby & Co., London (1973) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 135 lots of gold and silver coins, 53 lots of artifacts, and 2 cannons recovered from 5 ships off the Shetland Isles in England: the “Wendela” which sank in 1737, the “Lastdrager” which sank in 1653, the “Curacao” which sank in 1729, the “HMS Assurance” which sank in 1753, and the “Evstafii,” a Russian ship that sank in 1780.  There are some very nice plates of the artifacts and cannons in the back of the catalog.

#A-660
Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc.
Coins and Other Artifacts Recovered from the Wreck of the Dutch East-Indiaman “Hollandia” (Sunk 1743)
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Cannons
Shipwreck(s): Hollandia
Comments: Auction held on June 20, 1972 in New York City; white cover
Size: 7” x 10”
Pages: 28
Publisher: Published by Sotheby Parke Bernet Inc., New York City (1972) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 300 lots of ducatons, pillar dollars, and silver cobs, 6 lots of artifacts and 1 cannon from the “Hollandia”, which sank in 1743 near the Isles of Scilly. Inside the front cover of the catalog is a black and white photo of 6 members of the salvage team, and a black and white reprint of an ancient Scilly Isles map. This catalog should not be confused with the other Sotheby auction of similar name, “Catalogue of Coins and Other Artifacts Recovered from the Wreck of the Dutch East-Indiaman “Hollandia” – Sunk 1743” (#A-640).

#A-665
Sotheby’s
Coins, Medals and Banknotes
Contents: Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Central America
Comments: Auction held on December 14, 2000, in New York City
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 72
Publisher: Published by Sotheby’s, New York City (2000) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 6 gold bars, 2 large gold nuggets, and 2 lots of smaller gold nuggets from the “S.S. Central America,” a gold rush steamer  that sank in 1857.

#A-668
Sotheby’s
Fine Australian Paintings, Antiques and Oriental Works of Art
Contents: Ceramics, Artifacts, Cannons, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Geldermalsen
Comments: Auction held on November 21, 1995, in Sydney, Australia
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 68
Publisher: Published by Sotheby’s, Sydney, Australia (1996) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 78 lots from the personal collection of Michael Hatcher, including 14 lots of ceramics and one gold ingot from the “Geldermalsen” (Nanking Cargo), 31 lots of ceramics from a seventeenth century Ming cargo wreck, 22 lots of ceramics from a fourteenth or fifteenth century wreck in the Gulf of Thailand, and 9 lots of artifacts (including 2 cannons and an astrolabe).

#A-670
Sotheby & Co.
Further Treasure Recovered from the Site of H.M.S. Association
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): Association
Comments: Auction held on January 28, 1970 in London
Size: 7.25” x 9.75”
Pages: 38
Publisher: Published by Sotheby & Co., London (1970) in paperback
Description: This auction catalog includes 89 lots of gold coins (guineas, half guineas, and reis), 80 lots of silver coins (cobs, crowns and half crowns), 10 lots of artifacts, and one lot of gold chain pieces…all salvaged from “HMS Association,” which sank in 1707 off the Isles of Scilly, England.

#A-680
Sotheby’s
Important Clocks, Watches, Scientific Instruments and the Arqueonautas Collection of Marine Archaeology
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Cannons, Ceramics, Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): Lady Burgess, Hartwell, Count Ernest Schimmelmann, Dromadaire, Princess Louisa, Cidade Velha, San Francisco Wreck
Comments: Auction held on December 19, 2000 in London
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 224
Publisher: Published by Sotheby’s, London (2000) in paperback
Description: This auction catalog includes a wide variety of gold and silver coins, plate money, bottles, pottery, cannons, artifacts, jewelry, and an astrolabe from 7 shipwrecks: the “Lady Burgess” (sank 1806), the “Hartwell” (sank 1787), the “Count Ernest Schimmelmann” (sank 1781), the “Dromadaire” (sank 1762), the “Princess Louisa” (sank 1743), the “Cidade Velha” (sank 1586), and the San Francisco Wreck (sank circa 1650 in the Cape Verde Islands).

#A-685
Sotheby’s
Made in Imperial China
Contents: Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Ca Mau
Comments: Auction held on January 29-31, 2007, in Amsterdam
Size: 8.25” x 10.75”
Pages: 275
Publisher: Published by Sotheby’s, Amsterdam (2007) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 1208 lots, comprising 76,000 pieces, of Chinese export porcelain from the Ca Mau shipwreck off Viet Nam (circa 1725).

#A-690
Sotheby’s
The Treasure of Saudi Arabian Silver Riyals Recovered from the SS John Barry
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): John Barry
Comments: Auction held on November 16, 1995 in Geneva, Switzerland
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 16
Publisher: Published by Sotheby’s S.A., Geneva, Switzerland (1995) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog is for a single lot of 1.3 million Saudi Arabian silver Riyals salvaged from the “USS John Barry”, a WWII liberty ship that was sunk in 1944 near Oman while delivering the coins (minted in the US) to Saudi Arabia.  The catalog tells the history of the coins, the sinking, the salvage and shows samples of the silver Riyals to be auctioned (all the coins were the same so only samples are shown).

#A-700
Sotheby Parke Bernet
Treasure of the Spanish Main – Sale #85
Contents: Coins, Jewelry, Artifacts, Cannons, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet
Comments: Auction held on June 17-19, 1973 in Los Angeles
Size: 7” x 10”
Pages: 135
Publisher: Published by Sotheby Parke Bernet, Los Angeles (1973) in paperback.  In almost all cases the binding on these catalogs has cracked due to poor gluing by the printer, resulting in the pages coming loose.
Description: This auction catalog contains 609 lots of gold and silver cobs, 1 cannon and 57 lots of ingots, jewelry, and artifacts from the 1715 Fleet wrecks. A large number of black and white plates illustrate about half of the items. The catalog includes a summary of the wrecks, a map, and a discussion of the coins (and their shields).

#A-710
Sotheby & Co.
Treasure Recovered from the Site of H.M.S. Association
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): Association
Comments: Auction held on July 14, 1969 in London
Size: 7.25” x 9.75”
Pages: 23
Publisher: Published by Sotheby & Co., London (1969) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 88 lots of gold coins (guineas, half guineas and reis), 80 silver coins (crowns, half crowns and cobs), 1 gold chain, and 10 lots of artifacts salvaged from the “HMS Association,” which sank in 1707 off the Isles of Scilly, England.

#A-720
Sotheby’s
Treasures from the SS Central America
Contents: Coins, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): Central America
Comments: Auction was scheduled on December 8 & 9, 1999 in New York City…but was actually held on June 20  & 21, 2000 due to a law suit which delayed the sale
Size: 8.25” x 10.75”
Pages: 205
Publisher: Published by Sotheby’s, New York City (1999) in paperback (and a special limited edition of 500 copies in hardback with a dust jacket).
Description: This auction catalog contains 250 lots of spectacular Gold Rush era gold coins (mostly double eagles), gold bars (many from rare private California mints), and nuggets salvaged from the steamer, “SS Central America,” which sank off the coast of North Carolina in 1857.  The history of many of the private mints is also provided, along with vivid  color photographs.

#A-730
Sotheby’s
The Uruguayan Treasure of the River Plate
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bullion, Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): Luz
Comments: Auction held on March 24 & 25, 1993 in New York City
Size: 8.25” x 10.75”
Pages: 141
Publisher: Published by Sotheby’s, New York City (1993) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 725 gold cob and portrait coins, 37 gold ingots, 10 lots of silver cobs, 3 lots of artifacts, and a gold jewelry box from the “Nuestra Senora de la Luz,” which sank in 1752 in the River Plate, Uruguay. A history of the shipwreck and salvage is included.

#A-740
Spink New York
Ancient, Foreign and United States Coins and Medals
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Isla de Muerto Wreck
Comments: Auction held December 10 & 11, 2001 in New York City
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 141
Publisher: Published by Spink, New York City (2001) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 391 lots of silver cobs (representing many thousands of coins) salvaged from the Isla de Muerto Wreck in Ecuador. The wreck may well be the “Salvador y San Jose,” which sank in 1680. The wreck is in a high energy area so most of the coins are well worn…and as a result, many lots did not sell in the auction.

#A-750
Spink London
The Clive of India Treasure
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Dodington
Comments: Auction held September 28, 2000 in London
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 60
Publisher: Published by Spink, London (2000) in paperback.
Description: The gold treasure of Captain Robert Clive (of India fame) was known to have been lost in the wreck of the English East India Company ship, “Dodington”, which sank in 1755 off the coast of South Africa…but what happened to the gold after that is a mystery. This auction catalog contains 431 lots of gold pecas and one lot with an 800 reis coin.  These were salvaged from an unidentified wreck in the Indian Ocean, but are believed by some to be Clive’s gold by virtue of the fact that the weight and composition of the find match almost exactly what was listed on the manifest of the “Dodington” (653 oz. and 6 dwt.).  Some have speculated that pirates found where the survivors of the “Dodington” buried the coins, and sailed away with them…only to have their ship sink in the Indian Ocean (where the coins were actually recovered).

#A-760
Spink & Son
The Douro Cargo
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Ceramics
Shipwreck(s): Douro
Comments: Auction held on November 20 & 21, 1996 in London
Size: 8.25” x 10.5”
Pages: 131
Publisher: Published by Spink & Son, Ltd., London (1996) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 1711 lots of gold coins (sovereigns, pecas and reis), one ceramic dish, and one copper toilet from the “RMS Douro”, which sank in 1882 after a collision with a Spanish ship in the Bay of Biscay. The catalog includes the story of the ship’s demise, and the salvage in 1995.

#A-767
Stack’s
The Collection of Samuel J. Berngard & Treasure Coins of the S.S. New York
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): New York
Comments: Auction held on July 27 and 28, 2008, in Baltimore, Maryland
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 500
Publisher: Published by Stack’s, New York City (2008) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 178 lots of coins from the ”S.S. New York”  (sank 1846 off the coast of Louisiana), including 85 US gold coins, 1 copper US coin, 34 silver US coins, 43 foreign gold coins, and 15 foreign silver coins. There is 2 page description of the wreck and salvage included in the catalog.

#A-770
Stack’s
Public Auction Sale – Americana – Colonial and Federal Coins, Medals and Currency
Contents: Coins, Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): Feversham, Chameau
Comments: Auction held on January 12 & 13, 1999 in New York City
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 246
Publisher: Published by Stack’s, New York City (1999) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 18 lots of gold cobs and 26 lots of silver cobs from the “HMS Feversham” (sank 1711)…and a spectacular gold and emerald ring.  Additionally, there are 3 lots of gold d’or coins and 111 lots of silver ecu’s from “Le Chameau” (sank 1725). There is a brief description of both wrecks included in the catalog.

#A-773
Stack’s
Public Auction Sale – John J. Ford Jr. Collection – Part XIII – Coins, Medals and Currency
Contents: Coins, Medals
Shipwreck(s): Phips, Concepcion, Vigo Bay Galleons, Chameau
Comments: Auction held on January 16, 2006, in New York City
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 212
Publisher: Published by Stack’s, New York City (2005) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 73 lots of gold coins from “Le Chameau” (sank 1725), and a multitude of naval medals, including: 3 “Recovery of Treasure, Santa Domingo” medals (this was to commemorate the salvage of the “Concepcion” by William Phips), 6 “Spanish Treasure Captured and Cartegena Taken by Force” medals, and 26 “The American Treasure Captured at Vigo, 1702” medals.

#A-775
Stack’s
Treasures from the S.S. New York
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Bottles
Shipwreck(s): SS New York
Comments: Auction held on July 30, 2009, in Los Angeles
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 372
Publisher: Published by Stack’s, New York City (2009) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains 125 lots from the ”S.S. New York”  (sank 1846 off the coast of Louisiana), including 32 US gold coins, 2 copper US coins, 4 silver US coins, 36 European gold coins, 36 artifact groups, 6 pieces of silver tableware, and 7 bottles. There is 2 page description of the wreck and salvage  included in the catalog.

#A-777
Stack’s, Bowers and Ponterio
The November 2011 Baltimore Auction – Sale #163
Contents: Coins, Klippes, Pillar Dollars
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet, Gilt Dragon, Rooswijk, Reijgersdaal
Comments: Auction held on November 16-19, 2011, in Baltimore
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 260
Publisher: Published by Stack’s, Bowers and Ponterio, Irvine, California (2011) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog contains three lots of 8 reales cobs from the “Gilt Dragon”, one 8 reales cob and two 8 reales Klippes from the “Rooswijk”, fourteen 8 reales Pillar Dollars from the “Reijgersdaal”, and thirteen lots from the 1715 Fleet (three 8 reales cobs, four 1 escudo cobs, four 2 escudo cobs, one 4 escudo cob, and one 8 escudo cob).  In addition, there are 6 lots of mostly shipwreck cobs, each containing multiple coins from multiple shipwrecks.

#A-780
Stevens, J.C.
A Catalogue of Spanish Armada Relics
Contents: Coins, Artifacts, Cannons, Ceramics, Jewelry
Shipwreck(s): Florencia, Spanish Armada
Comments: Auction held on July 20, 1904 in London
Size: 5.25” x 8”
Pages: 14
Publisher: Published by J.C. Stevens, London (1904) in paperback.
Description: This early auction catalog includes 2 lots of coins (comprising 42 silver cobs and 1 copper coin), 18 lots of artifacts, 2 cannons, 1 ceramic vase, and 1 gold double-headed serpent ring from the wreck of the Spanish Armada shipwreck, “Florencia”.  There are 5 pages of plates, illustrating all of the lots. I believe this is the earliest auction catalog devoted entirely to shipwreck items (as opposed to just containing one or two shipwreck items).

#A-790
Sugarman, Jay
The Vanderbilt Collection
Contents: Coins, Bullion, Artifacts, Ceramics
Comments: No date or location
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 23
Publisher: Published by Jay Sugarman Auctioneers, Inc. (no date) in paperback
Description: This unusual auction catalog has no date or location for the auction, but it was actually held in Miami on June 5-6, 1999.  The consignor was one of Mel Fisher’s largest investors.  The auction includes 210 lots of shipwreck artifacts and collectibles, gold and silver ingots, an astrolabe, bottles, ceramics, jewelry, 3 cannons, and a few coins from a variety of unidentified wrecks.

#A-800
Superior Galleries
Ancient Coins, Antiquities and Coins of the World including Coins of the Reijgersdaal Shipwreck
Contents: Coins
Shipwreck(s): Reijgersdaal
Comments: Auction held on June 2, 1992 in Beverly Hills, California
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 98
Publisher: Published by Superior Galleries, Beverly Hills, California (1992) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog includes 349 lots of pillar dollars, including two 1732 pillar dollars, from the Dutch wreck, “Reijgersdaal”. The ship sank in 1747 off the coast of South Africa.

#A-810
Superior Galleries
Pre-Long Beach – Elite Coin Auction featuring The Dry Tortugas Shipwreck Collection
Contents: Coins, Bullion, Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): 1622 Fleet, Dry Tortugas Wreck
Comments: Auction held on January 25 thru 27, 2004 in Beverly Hills, California
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 416
Publisher: Published by Superior Galleries, Beverly Hills, California (2004) in paperback.  I have seen copies with a perfect binding and copies that are spiral bound.
Description: This auction catalog contains 16 gold bars, one gold disc, 4 astrolabes, one gold and emerald ring, 25 artifacts, 72 earthenware items, 46 Roman, Greek, Byzantine, and Islamic coins, 12 ancient jewelry items, 69 lots of silver cobs, 25 gold cobs, and a few other miscellaneous items…all reputedly from the “Dry Tortugas Shipwreck” (one of the 1622 Fleet that sank off Key West, Florida). However, it is widely believed many of these items came from other sources.

#A-820
Trabucco
Treasure Auction ’93
Contents: Coins, Bullion, Jewelry, Artifacts, Cannons, Ceramics, Tumbaga Bars
Shipwreck(s): 1622 Fleet, 1715 Fleet, 1733 Fleet, Maravillas, Alligator, Admiral Gardner, Baltic, Flor do Mar, Atocha
Comments: Auction held on January 24, 1993 in Atlantic City, New Jersey
Size: 9.25” x 11”
Pages: 22
Publisher: Published by Joseph P. Trabucco Auctioneers Inc., Bayville, New Jersey (1993) in paperback.
Description: This auction catalog brought together artifacts, cannons, gold cobs, emeralds, jewelry (including Jack Haskins’ spectacular 1733 Fleet Capitana medallion), Tumbaga bars, and gold and silver ingots from a multitude of shipwrecks.  There are no lot numbers and the catalog is not organized by shipwreck.  The ceramics offered from the “Flor do Mar” are extremely doubtful as most people believe this wreck has never been found, much less salvaged.  The catalog has many color photos and includes a glossary.

#A-830
U.S. Department of the Treasury
Seized Shipwreck Artifacts and U. S. and Spanish Colonial Gold Coins
Contents: Coins, Bullion
Shipwreck(s): 1715 Fleet, 1622 Fleet, Atocha
Comments: Auction held on June 25, 2003 in Tampa, Florida
Size: 8.5” x 11”
Pages: 40
Publisher: Published by U.S. Department of the Treasury (2003) in paperback
Description: This auction catalog contains 196 lots of gold cobs, 4 gold ingots, 2 gold jewelry items, and a few miscellaneous items from the 1715 Fleet.  There is also one silver bar from the “Atocha”.

#A-840
Wilkinson’s Auctioneers
Period Oak, Country Furniture, Punta Cana Wreck Pewter, Pottery & Effects
Contents: Artifacts
Shipwreck(s): Punta Cana
Comments: Auction held on November 24, 2013, in Doncaster, England
Size: 6.25” x 9.5”
Pages: 142
Publisher: Published by Wilkinson’s Auctioneers, Doncaster, England
Description: This auction catalog contains 83 lots of pewter tableware from the Punta Cana shipwreck (circa 1550).

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