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Painting: Acrylic on Canvas.
This Painting depicts some of the most Iconic Shipwreck Treasure Gold from the famed 1715 Plate Fleet Shipwreck and Atocha 1622 Shiwpreck. The depth in colors and dimension on this piece is only achievable after 8 or more layers from painting, over the course of a month and a half and over 60 hours, the final product visually represents a true dimensional treasure coin with breathtaking array of colors. The colors are as rich as the treasure itself, encapsulating the heart stopping thrill we get when holding one of these crushingly rare shipwreck treasure coins. Unfortunately, we all have to put our treasures back in the safe or the bank, only taking them out every once in a while, but a painting of this magnitude brings the heart stopping thrill you feel, every day in your home.
All artifacts Depicted in this painting are available in our store! (Painting photoshopped into living rooms, not actual size)
Atocha Gold Bar
This stunning Shipwreck Gold Treasure bar from the Nuestra Señora De Atocha from 1622 was recovered July 20th 1985 by Treasure Salvors, Inc. “Mel Fisher Family.” The weight is 31.3oz (Troy ounces for gold are 31g's as opposed to the traditional 28g) The measurements are 21.3cm x 3.2mm x 1.3cm, this is a very large bar (8 1/2 inches x 1.3in x 1/2 in). Poured & Struck in COLOMBIA from the Pena-Randa Foundry in 1621-22. I have researched many of the “En Rada” bars and this certainly ranks near the top in condition and clarity. It has 6 (SIX) Tax Stamps ~ indicating the “Royal Fifth” as been paid, 2 (TWO) Foundry stamps (En Rada) and 4(FOUR) “Purity Locations” karat markings of 20.75 karats (XX… = 20.75 karats). There’s also an assayer “scoop or bite” located at center left (called the “Bocado”). This sample “bite” was taken by the assayer to test the metal and he retained as his fee. These bars came from off the Keys “Deep Water Wreck” off the Gulf. In all my research and through colleagues’ long term research there’s approximately 12 of these bars known. (Scroll below to read more on the Atocha 1622 Shipwreck)
Peru 1705 8 Escudos NGC 30 "1715 Plate Fleet Shiwpreck"
PERU 1705 NGC 30 VERY RARE! HAS ONLY 5 CERTIFIED PIECES KNOWN ACROSS THE SEAS, VERY RARE! MOST LIKELY FROM THE 1715 PLATE FLEET SHIPWRECK, AS IT DISPLAYS THE TONING / ENCRUSTATIONS! KING FELIPE (PHILIP) Vth. WHAT MAKES THIS PARTICULAR COB/ DOUBLOON SO SPECIAL IS IT'S PERFECTLY ROUND FLAN/ PLANCHET AND ITS INCREDIBLY "NEAR PERFECT" CENTERING! THEN ADD TO THAT THE BEAUTIFUL PATINA AND TONING AND YOU HAVE 308 YEAR OLD WORLD CLASS PIECE OF GOLD TREASURE! MOST CERTAINLY "UNDER~GRADED!!!" WILL BE RE-SUBMITTING IN NEAR FUTURE FOR REVIEW.
Mexico 1701-1713 8 ESCUDOS NGC MS 61 "1715 Plate Fleet Shipwreck"
MEXICO 1701-1713 8 ESCUDOS GRADED NGC MS 61 SALVAGED FROM THE "1715 PLATE FLEET SHIPWRECK" TO FIND A MEXICO COB WITHOUT FILING AROUND THE RIMS IS EXTREMELY RARE MOST HAVE LARGE PORTIONS OF THE DESIGN MISSING DUE TO FILING. ALSO THE CENTERING OF THIS COIN ALLOWS US TO ENJOY THE FULL DESIGN OF THE CROSS AND CROWN! ALSO THIS PIECE HAS WAY ABOVE AVERAGE GOLD LUSTER, REFLECTING ITS HIGH PURITY GOLD CONTENT! STRUCK WITH THE MORE ORNATE ~ Crusader’s cross ! SALVAGED FROM THE "1715 PLATE FLEET SHIPWRECK" TO FIND A MEXICO COB WITHOUT FILING AROUND THE RIMS IS EXTREMELY RARE MOST HAVE LARGE PORTIONS OF THE DESIGN MISSING DUE TO FILING. ALSO THE CENTERING OF THIS COIN ALLOWS US TO ENJOY THE FULL DESIGN OF THE CROSS AND CROWN! ALSO THIS PIECE HAS WAY ABOVE AVERAGE GOLD LUSTER, REFLECTING ITS HIGH PURITY GOLD CONTENT! STRUCK WITH THE MORE ORNATE ~ Crusader’s cross !