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Lost Treasure Magazine Ceases Publication After 52 Years

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Have they, Lost Treasure magazine, actually made any comment as to why? Surely they owe that at the very least to their loyal "past" customers.

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I was one of the contributors...and being here in England didn't receive my cheque for a couple of articles till much later...then when I paid it in, it was returned to me! (As well as bounced fees)  Of course I haven't lost as much as you folk who have subscribed to the magazine, and I certainly am sympathetic as well as sharing that feeling of a kick in the nuts!

I hope fate balances it all out by giving you a 20 Dollar bit on your next hunt out, and a nice gold Guinea for me!

All the best,

Darren Clarke

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Welcome to the forum Donna. They are out of business... nothing to renew.

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On 3/9/2019 at 9:52 AM, Poul1959 said:


Very sad. There was my post about searching in Russia.

Post it here. It would be a good read.

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20 hours ago, BeachHunter said:

Отправьте это здесь. Это было бы хорошее чтение.


I will scan my publication.

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