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Florida man finds mysterious gold treasure during Everglades snake hunt

 
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Florida man finds mysterious gold treasure during Everglades snake hunt
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Rubinstein removed an amulet that featured eight rose-cut diamonds along with gold latticework resembling a Celtic pattern. There also was a sapphire-encrusted cross in the center with engraved symbols.

“The symbols on the cross just vexed me,” he said. “I researched it but could find them anywhere.”


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Re: Florida man finds mysterious gold treasure during Everglades snake hunt
Wow, interesting.
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Re: Florida man finds mysterious gold treasure during Everglades snake hunt
Wow, interesting.
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I think they need to go back to that particular area for a better look around.
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Re: Florida man finds mysterious gold treasure during Everglades snake hunt
now the Spain's gonna say it belongs to them
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Re: Florida man finds mysterious gold treasure during Everglades snake hunt
now the Spain's gonna say it belongs to them
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conquistadors gold maybe. But Celtic??? Maybe Spain got it from British pirates!
And bones on mars....
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now the Spain's gonna say it belongs to them
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Re: Florida man finds mysterious gold treasure during Everglades snake hunt
I was born 200 years too late, the cannons don't thunder and there is nothing to plunder.

The SW section of FL is very interesting, Shark Valley River Basin and 10,000 islands west of the keys. Black Ceasar and other pirates used those islands. Tampa Bay Buccaneers got their name from somewhere. But a good find nonetheless!
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Re: Florida man finds mysterious gold treasure during Everglades snake hunt
now the Spain's gonna say it belongs to them
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lol
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Re: Florida man finds mysterious gold treasure during Everglades snake hunt
I was born 200 years too late, the cannons don't thunder and there is nothing to plunder.

The SW section of FL is very interesting, Shark Valley River Basin and 10,000 islands west of the keys. Black Ceasar and other pirates used those islands. Tampa Bay Buccaneers got their name from somewhere. But a good find nonetheless!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 40509877


Many researchers and historians claim that Florida contains more buried and sunken treasures than any other state. They have also put a price tag on these treasures, which amounts to a cool $165 million (1964). Florida, like all other states, has a fascinating and romantic history. Seven different flags have flown over her, not to mention the black flag of the pirates. Florida became the haven of many notorious pirates, including Blackbeard, Lafitte, Gasparilla, Kidd, Rackham, Bowlegs, Bonnett, and possibly even Morgan himself. They roamed the waters of the Caribbean Sea, and captured every ship in sight. Often, they brought their loot back to Florida, and buried it on some lonely shore. When they finally died, the location of their hidden wealth died with them. The majority of all buried treasure in Florida is the work of pirates.

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