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    Sea coffin

    I am related to sir francis drake and have been compiling information for years from relatives and so forth. If interested in information or this trip then I'll be here.

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    My father claimed to be the illegitimate son of Rudolph Valentino. How cool is that!
    Last edited by Escape; May 11, 2017 at 10:43 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Escape View Post
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    My father claimed to be the illegitimate son of Rudolph Valentino. How cool is that!
    I'd not be to sure about that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Escape View Post
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    My father claimed to be the illegitimate son of Rudolph Valentino. How cool is that!
    Do some research

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    Drake1596, how's the hunt for the supposed Drake treasure going ? Any info passed down through the generations of your family, is no doubt iron-clad (not subject to telephone game or wishful thinking gone-awry). Thus you no doubt have the treasure location pinned down to *just* a certain island, or meadow, or gully, etc..... How deep is it ? 9 meters ? So you'll no doubt need investors, eh ? (heavy equipment, govt. clearances, lawyers, etc....). Post pictures !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Escape View Post
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    My father claimed to be the illegitimate son of Rudolph Valentino. How cool is that!
    Did he also have those funky sideburns?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_in_CA View Post
    Drake1596, how's the hunt for the supposed Drake treasure going ? Any info passed down through the generations of your family, is no doubt iron-clad (not subject to telephone game or wishful thinking gone-awry). Thus you no doubt have the treasure location pinned down to *just* a certain island, or meadow, or gully, etc..... How deep is it ? 9 meters ? So you'll no doubt need investors, eh ? (heavy equipment, govt. clearances, lawyers, etc....). Post pictures !
    No I don't have all the info and love your sarcasm people like you fuel those like me. Thank you

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    Best of luck to Drake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honest Samuel View Post
    Best of luck to Drake.
    Thank you samuel

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    I would be interested in pics as the dig/hunt progresses. This is interesting
    Tell me and I'll forget. Show me, and I may not remember. Involve me, and I'll understand. - Tribe Unknown. Those that lie down with dogs, get up with fleas. - Blackfoot

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskid1611 View Post
    I would be interested in pics as the dig/hunt progresses. This is interesting
    Absolutely will do

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    wow very interesting

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    Knowledge in machine struck coinage and colonial through 1800's Relics.

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    Good luck! I hope that I see a post here a few months from now on finding the treasure!
    2014-2017 Finds
    1700s Sundial
    165? french liard
    1696 1774 1730s 17?? copper
    1723 irish ˝ penny
    1730 KG coin toy
    2x AU 1803 LC
    1722 1/2 Penny
    1779, 1781˝ Real, ? 1 Real
    NJ Copper 1786
    1805,1838 LC
    26 Coppers 17 colonial
    175 1720-1850 buttons
    40 Musket Balls
    1906 1912 1934 dog Lics
    16 1700s Buckles 1 silver
    2 1700s spigot
    3 Thimbles 1 silver
    Cleaning Finds:
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/ge...ns-relics.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by coinman123 View Post
    Good luck! I hope that I see a post here a few months from now on finding the treasure!
    It's just the coffin and for museum purpose

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  15. #15
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    Knowledge in machine struck coinage and colonial through 1800's Relics.

    Feb 2013
    New England, Somewhere Metal Detecting in the Woods
    Teknetics T2 SE (DST) Spare Teknetics T2 SE (backup) 15" T2 coil Pro-Pointer Bounty Hunter Pioneer 202 Fisher F2 Fisher F-Point
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    I am related to John Aldan twice, on my mother's side, apparently unknowingly in the 18th or 19th century a relative of his married another relative of his . I have a book tracing back my family many generations. It is always fun to look at your family tree and see who you are related to.
    2014-2017 Finds
    1700s Sundial
    165? french liard
    1696 1774 1730s 17?? copper
    1723 irish ˝ penny
    1730 KG coin toy
    2x AU 1803 LC
    1722 1/2 Penny
    1779, 1781˝ Real, ? 1 Real
    NJ Copper 1786
    1805,1838 LC
    26 Coppers 17 colonial
    175 1720-1850 buttons
    40 Musket Balls
    1906 1912 1934 dog Lics
    16 1700s Buckles 1 silver
    2 1700s spigot
    3 Thimbles 1 silver
    Cleaning Finds:
    http://www.treasurenet.com/forums/ge...ns-relics.html

 

 
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