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The SS Central America had lots of coins and lots of treasure to say the least.  We has a presentation (with coins and gold nuggets) at a PCSC meeting in Downey, California last year.  The author said this book was coming.

I don't see much of a preview online but it may be a reference book that will show up in your local library!


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