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  1. #1

    Mar 2012
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting

    SMN Cormoran and the Tokai Maru

    My dad lived in Guam in the early 70's. While there he dove a lot and found a lot of dishes/china sets, ash trays, and bottles ect plus a large brass porthole off of one of those two ships. I just got two boxes of stuff he saved, some in great shape and some broken china but I have all the pieces to the broken bowls. Worth anything? Most of what he gave me sits in a display case in my classroom in Wasilla Alaska.

    Bill Booth

    Last edited by Alaska1; Mar 29, 2012 at 04:55 PM.

  2. #2
    Oct 2009
    7134 times
    All Types Of Treasure Hunting
    Those types of items are generally only valuable to the diver's who bring them up as souveniers. There might be some WW2 collectors who would buy them but I don't know.

  3. #3
    Jan 2012
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    After the WWII Cruiser Celeste was sunk by a typhoon during a tow near Guam, a friend of mine scored two portholes and a bunch of small brass items off the Celeste. He also dove a late 1800's Ocean going paddlewheeler that sunk off the west coast of Guam and found some sword pommels and powder flask



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