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SHIPWRECK SERIES 2006

BERMUDA SHIPWRECKS CONSTELLATION GOLD PROOF

Denomination: $3.00 Weight: 31.489 gms Diameter: 35 mm Alloy: .999 Fine Gold Issue Limit: 750 Prices: $1,700

The Constellation was a four masted, wooden hulled schooner, which was owned by Intercontinental Steamship Lines Inc. of New York and served as a cargo vessel in World War II. On 19 July 1943 she s...Read More

BERMUDA SHIPWRECKS HUNTER GALLEY GOLD PROOF

Denomination: $3.00 Weight: 31.489 gms Diameter: 35 mm Alloy: .999 Fine Gold Issue Limit: 750 Prices: $1,700

The wreck of the Hunter Galley is located east of the Hogfish Cut at the western end of Bermuda. Few details of the origins of the vessel have been recorded, but it is known that she was commanded...Read More

BERMUDA SHIPWRECKS MARY CELESTIA GOLD PROOF

Denomination: $3.00 Weight: 31.489 gms Diameter: 35 mm Alloy: .999 Fine Gold Issue Limit: 750 Prices: $1,700

The Mary Celestia was a 207-ton iron steamer owned by Crenshaw and Company - an Anglo-Confederate business in Bermuda. The ship, which had twin oscillating cylinder steam engines and feathering pad...Read More

BERMUDA SHIPWRECKS NORTH CAROLINA GOLD PROOF

Denomination: $3.00 Weight: 31.489 gms Diameter: 35 mm Alloy: .999 Fine Gold Issue Limit: 750 Prices: $1,700

The North Carolina was 205-foot long iron-hulled English barque. She was launched for the Macmillan & Son Shipyard in Dumbarton, Scotland in October 1876 and was owned and operated by Patton, V...Read More

BERMUDA SHIPWRECKS POLLOCK SHIELDS GOLD PROOF

Denomination: $3.00 Weight: 31.489 gms Diameter: 35 mm Alloy: .999 Fine Gold Issue Limit: 750 Prices: $1,700

On 22 August 1915 the Pollockshields departed Cardiff, Wales. Reports differ regarding the ship’s true destination, purpose, cargo and crew. She was caring live ammunition but it was unclear...Read More

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