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By Daniel Frank Sedwick

With World Gold and Silver Coins, Shipwreck Silver and Gold Ingots, Shipwreck Artifacts and even Miscellaneous Coins and Antiques from Colonial Days or Later.

Winter Park, FL — Daniel Frank Sedwick, LLC announces the release of their new mail-bid Treasure Auction #4 by catalog and internet. The auction closes November 6.

Highlights of this sale include:

A California Gold Rush-era gold ingot from the S.S. Central America (1857) estimated at $125,000+ and also a gold bar marked with the "En Rada" stamp (Peña-Randa) from the Atocha (1622) estimated at $40,000+;

The "Golden Fleece wreck" (ca. 1550) Special Research Collection of Mexican Charles-Joanna rarities (including the famous 3 reales of 1536 estimated at $10,000+ and many of the finest specimens of the first issues struck in the New World), as well as gold "finger" bars and silver "splash" ingots from the same wreck;

A 1626 specimen of a Spanish 50 reales "cincuentín" (at 170 grams, the largest Spanish coin ever minted, most examples of which are only seen in museums) estimated at $15,000+;

Coins and artifacts from the newly discovered "Wild Horse River Wreck" (ca. 1620) in the River Plate off Uruguay; and

Part I of the Treasure Library of Tom Sebring (author of Treasure Tales—Shipwrecks and Salvage).

"This is by far our largest and most important auction to date," says Dan Sedwick, a coin expert with over 20 years’ experience and a pioneer in the field of authentic "treasure" collectibles. "We anticipate that the results will exceed the total low estimate of about $1 million."

Sedwick’s assistant Agustín "Augi" García adds "the current economy is poised for investors to put their money into collectibles and hard assets, and buying treasure coins and bullion and artifacts is a fun way to do just that. We feel the timing of our auction could not be better."

For the first time, Sedwick’s auction is accessible through Sixbid, the worldwide online bidding platform. Now bidders can register and submit bids quickly and easily online through Sixbid’s website, sixbid.com

"We still encourage direct contact, however," states Sedwick, who stresses personal service as one of his company’s unique aspects.

As a mail-bid sale (i.e., not live), Sedwick’s Treasure Auction #4 offers bidders more flexibility in terms of "either/or" and "total budget" bids. In Sedwick’s words, "we feel everyone should come away a winner.

Printed catalogs are available by mail for $35 within the US or $50 overseas.

Full free access to the online catalog here: http://www.sedwickcoins.com/treasureauction4_catalog.htm
 



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