Decades later he decided to part with this portion of his collection in order to fuel other related areas and artifacts. The dealer was supposed to report back on the sales and deliver checks periodically.
This is when The Great Heist of the Lost Loot occurs. This of course was very unusual, as the dealer previously was driving to the Collectors (sellers) home many times by this point and lived nearby. Since many times in the past employees at the post office have missing boxes.
The video footage confirmed that the MB employee had not tampered with the package in any way, which checked out, but the box was tampered with when handed in. All to no end, no financial recovery ever panned out.
At this point, the collector had hired a Private Investigator, who worked the case for over Half a Year. He was able to recover these pieces that now make up the Lost Loot Collection. One of the Original Atocha 1622 Shipwreck Marine archeologists, James Sinclair, has re-certified these special 68 recovered Shipwreck Treasure pieces.
James Sinclair served as the Marine Archaeologist and Chief Conservator for the 1622 Atocha & Margarita, 1715 Fleet, Titanic, S. Central America, RMS Lusitania, as well as many other Shipwrecks! These very unique and special pieces of the Lost Loot Collection are now safely offered in the open marketplace with Pirate Gold Coins for all to have a piece of not only Shipwreck History, but of The Great Heist of Lost Loot! The item "LOST LOOT ATOCHA 1622 SHIPWRECK BOLIVIA 8 REALES GRADE 2 PIRATE GOLD COINS COB" is in sale since Monday, August 16, 2021.
This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\South America\Bolivia". The seller is "pirategoldcoins" and is located in La Jolla, California.
This item can be shipped worldwide.