The Lost Coins of Early Americans Still A Secret by: Todd Cook
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Don't make the mistake of thinking only millionaires or swashbuckling maverick archaeologists can own a National Treasure. A National Treasure can simply be an artifact that played a significant role in the founding and growth our nation. Our nation's first coins are such treasures. Not all such pieces reside in the Smithsonian or other museums. The staggering fact is this: anyone with $5 to $25 to spare can pick up a coin or token worthy of National Treasure status! Anyone can own genuine pieces of history with documented ties to the 15th century voyages of Christopher Columbus; to the 16th century Spanish forts of Florida; to Roanoke Island's Lost Colony; to our nation's first permanent settlement at Jamestown; to the 1692 Salem Witch Trials; to Independence Hall where the Declaration Of Independence was signed in 1776! This book tells how such coins can be found, and how affordable they are likely to be! And even more amazingly, why they continue to be overlooked today!
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