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    A Shipwreck Guide to the Bahamasm Turks and Caicos 1500-1990

    Someone here might be interested.

    Opening bid is a penny...

    A Shipwreck Guide to The Bahamas Turks Caicos Tony Jaggers Treasure Divers | eBay

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    This is what SADS needs to get. He lives down there band this book has a lot of leads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Galleon Hunter View Post
    Someone here might be interested.

    Opening bid is a penny...

    A Shipwreck Guide to The Bahamas Turks Caicos Tony Jaggers Treasure Divers | eBay
    Hi GH.

    Aquanut kindly sent me his to borrow but I will gladly give you the penny for it, lets see how high we can get this to go. Maybe the next bid should be 2 penny's then 4 then. 8 etc?

    All the very best
    Kevin

    Is it the volume 1?

    Salvor, I am off on 3 day exped on Monday following up on some of the leads, I'll let you know if I find anything.
    Last edited by SADS 669; Aug 03, 2013 at 10:28 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SADS 669 View Post
    Hi GH.

    Aquanut kindly sent me his to borrow but I will gladly give you the penny for it, lets see how high we can get this to go. Maybe the next bid should be 2 penny's then 4 then. 8 etc?

    All the very best
    Kevin

    Is it the volume 1?

    Salvor, I am off on 3 day exped on Monday following up on some of the leads, I'll let you know if I find anything.
    Good luck Kevin and as always, be safe!


    Frank

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    The book's title is A Shipwreck Guide to the Bahamas, Turks and Caicos 1500-1990 Volume I (for wreck divers and treasure hunters)

    The book is packed full of great information.

    This is the only version of the book I have ever seen. Does anyone know if Tony ever wrote a Volume II or beyond?

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    It is my understanding that Volume ll was never finished.

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    some great info in Vol One, would have been great to update / add to that!!
    It's OK to be disappointed AFTER you dug it - as long as you never forget; that BEFORE you dug it, it had the POTENTIAL to be life changing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BVI Hunter View Post
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    some great info in Vol One, would have been great to update / add to that!!
    Sounds like a good project for someone to become a Co-Author for Volume Two!


    Frank

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    I don't know how Jaggers could have come up with enough additional material to warrant a Volume II. His date range 1500-1990 pretty much eliminates moving in either direction. I guess you could do a 1991-present, but that wouldn't really be feasible. Modern fishing boats, sail boats, etc. The geographical coverage is outstanding. Jagger even covered the Silver Banks area which is claimed by the Dominican Republic. Sure he missed a few wrecks, but overall I think he adequately covered the entire area and time period. Maybe he realized he did such a great job with volume I, there was no need to pursue a volume II?

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    Rob,for some reason I remember buying 2 books from Tony.Joe Sheppard bought my books when I retired from out there.Still have Joe's phone number,back in S.A.

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    The continuing adventures of Ropesfish -

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    $136.43 with shipping was the final price.
    I am feeling much better about what I paid for mine from Alan Workman.
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    Ahoy!

    I just put a copy up for bid.

    Help yourselves!

    Splash,

    ~ Fred

    Shipwreck Guide to The Bahamas Turks Caicos 1500 1990 Vol 1 Tony Jaggers | eBay

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    Here is another one...

    A Shipwreck Guide TO THE Bahamas Turks Caicos Tony Jaggers Sunken Treasure | eBay

    Lots of good info in this book. Wish there was a similar book for the DR

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    The continuing adventures of Ropesfish -

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    This book is a great template for compiling your own book on any particular area. The 3-ring binder approach allows you to re-order your material with ease as well as add notes, maps, photos, etc. After a few years, print up a few dozen/hundred then advertise and sell them.
    I really like the format.
    Last edited by ropesfish; Aug 23, 2013 at 06:28 PM.
    Bill Black
    Search and Salvage/Caribbean Treasure Salvors
    Sebastian, FL
    ropesfish@gmail.com

    Subcontractor on the 1715 Plate Fleet "C-31"
    “You can either be a victim of the world or an adventurer in search of treasure. It all depends on how you view your life.”
    Paulo Coelho, Eleven Minutes

    https://www.facebook.com/searchandsalvage.net/


    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1467407956647367/

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    LuckyKevin:

    Have you seen this one?

    Galleons And Sunken Treasure By Claudio Bonifacio
    Price: $33.78

    "This is the first English translation of the original work "Galleons Con Tesoros" by Claudio Bonifacio. This landmark publication is the result of many years of research in Spanish Archives throughout the world dealing with the vessels of the Spanish Empire, where they wrecked and what they carried at the time of their destruction. It is an incredible collection of first-person narratives pulled directly from the records of the time. This is an astounding book that you won't be able to put down! Contains more than eleven hundred archive citations of wrecks, more than 70 illustrations including the fabled drawings of "Treasure Island”, and actual translated extracts from original documents dealing with the Maravillas, the San Jose, and the Mercedes of recent fame, to name just a few. A great reference work for academics and laymen alike!"

    ~ From the Lulu catalog.

    Good luck to all,

    ~The Old Bookaroo

    PS: I'm glad I didn't wait to offer my copy of eBay before he posted his 2nd...

 

 
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