Still Many Old Treasures to Salvage ! - Atlantic 1 -


Non-exhaustive list of early
Treasure cargoes
lost in the Americas and Atlantic Ocean (1)

(some salvaged and others not yet...!)

(All sums per/1000)

 

Gold in $

Silver in $

 

Jewellery
Pearls

 

Precious
Stones

Precious
Artefacts

The Bahamas

 

 

 

 

 

 

             

Santiago (1550's)

 

500

250 in (bars)

 

250

 
Espiritu El Valle (1600's)     750 in (bars)      
Santo Domingo (1600's)     750 in (bars)      
La Primavera (1640)   300 4.000   250 gold & silver
Lucayan Silver Wreck (1600's)   100 500      
NS. De La Conception (1641)   16 30.000     Chinese porcelain
NS. De La Maravilla (1656)   500 40.000   emeralds & amethyst Chinese porcelain
San Juan Evangelista (1714)   150 2.000   yes gold chains
NS. De La Justicia (1700's)   150 2.000   yes gold chains
             
Florida            
             
NS. De La Esperanza (1500's)   1.000 2.000 yes 300  
La Madalena (1563)   2.000 in (bars) 6.000 ingots yes    
Almiranta (1589)   100 (coins) 1.800 (bars)   300  
Santa Margarita (1595)   20 (coins) 80 (coins)      
NS. De Atocha (1622)   850 4.000 yes emeralds gold chains
Santa Margarita (1622)   300 550      
Espiritu Sta El Mayor (1623)   500 1.000      
San Ignacio (1600's)   300 800      
Urca De Lima (1715)   400 325     silver
Hampton Court (1715)   1.000 4.000 yes   Chinese porcelain
NS. Del Carmen (1715)   500 4.000     silverware
Patache (1715)   250 50      
El Rubi Segundo(1733)   2.000 8.000     gold & silver
NS. De Balvaneda (1733)   3.000 7.000     gold & silver
El Infante (1733)   500 750      
El Santiago El Grande (1765)   300 1.500     gold & silver
El Expeditivo (1766)   500 4.000     silverware
El Rosario (1766)   1.000 2.000 yes    
NS. De La Felicidad (1766)   1.000       gold & silver
San Antonio (1766)   2.000     250  
San Pedro (1700's)   1.000       silver
Eagle (1800's)     2.000      
HMS Fly (1805)   100 200      
Caroline (1819)   250       porcelain
Gasparilla (1821)   250 150 yes 50  
             
Texas            
             
San Pablo (1821)   150 400     gold & silver
Sta Maria De Yciar  (1554)   500 3.000      
San Esteban (1554)   2.000       gold & silver
Espiritu Santo (1854)   2.000 1.000      
Sta Maria De Guadelupe (1600's)   350 3.000     gold
Capitana (1600's)   1.000 2.000      
San Crucifio De Burgos (1600's)     3.000 yes    
El Nuevo Constante(1766)   250 2.000      
La Candela De La Noche (1766)   400 3.000      
San Pedro (1811)   50 450      
Maria Theresa (1880)   300       porcelain
             
Gulf of Mexico            
             
El Luis(1591)   175 350     gold & silver
San Crucifio De Burgos (1595)   200 400   100 gold & silver
San Jorge (1625)   50 175 yes 50  
Constante (1727)   300       silver
El Cazador(1727)   100 250      
             
Mexico            
             
La Nicolasa (1527)   400   yes   gold
NS. De Las Nieves (1555)   75 425      
La Hermosa (1581)   350 50 yes    
La Fidelidad (1581)   75 300     gold & silver
NS. De La Perseverancia (1590)   300 1.500   150  
San Marcos (1600)   300 3.300      
NS. De La Coruna(1600)   250 2.750      
NS. De La Valencia(1600)     500      
Felicidad (1614)   400 1.500      
NS. De Cadiz (1614)   100 750 yes   gold chain
El Gran(1614)   900     300  
Larga (1628)   100 475      
NS. Del Juncal(1631)   250 1.750      
Almiranta (1631)   300        
             




Comments (2)

1. mike Edwards 06/04/2010

it seems the elusivness of treasure has its destiny! a priest beat me out of a jean lafitte treasure located in the louisiana inter-coastal canal region next to the town of guydan,la. After ( 5 ) years of intense resarch and Investigation.the treasure was stricken to a Small indian burial ground out in the middle of the canal.the priest some-how figured this out himself and believe me i wanted to deck the %$#@ING clergyman for sure.the louisiana bayou is unforgiving enough, without this cynical freak of mary poking his cloth in my treasure zone...and then has the audacity to give the find to the state of louisiana!!what a fruit!! anyhow, the sight was haunted by demonic beings and im surprized they let this Yahoo close to dig it up!!i for sure would have bit the sour pontif thrice on the hands!! so, remeber fellow archivist..dont delay another week in plotting your path to the holy -pot or be beaten by pope benedict arnolds forces of snoops!! be safe and Bountiful....and bring a shotgun full of buckshot and some skeeter spray..and some holy water to ward of priests!!maybe even a good hunting dog named lucifer that likes men wearing dresses!!chow...mike Edwards in crowley,louisiana.70526

2. Andy 26/10/2008

Almiranta sank off Miami in deep water
Urca De Lima sank in 1715 near Fort Pierce, Florida,Found salvaged park named after it.
El Infante Shipwreck Site, four miles offshore Plantation Key Found.
Please update, if you dont mind!
Andy

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