Here we provide free items and materials for your Treasure Expeditions
Here we provide free items and materials which are furnished to help any individual or group interested in Treasure Hunting, Archaeology and Shipwreck recovery.
Some of the free items provided are diagrams and information to build your own reverse electrolysis tank, Schematics of a Treasure Galleon, Expedition Log Sheets, Rare and Ancient Maps and Charts, etc. These items are provided free to help you be successful.
To ensure the continuation of our successful expeditions, both domestic and international, based on factual historical and archival research, utilizing the best professionals in the industry. Also to provide a return on investment while maintaining the highest archaeological standards.
Insisto Vestri Somnium
Insistion Vestri Somnium is Latin for "Follow Your Dream". We invite you join us and follow your dream to find Lost & Sunken Treasure!
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We invite you to join us either by following us on our site or actually joining us in our quests of excitement and adventure as we search for, locate and recover rare artifacts and treasures.
To obtain the Free Item, simply click on the title of the Item which you would like to obtain
This will probably be one of the more useful tools you will ever use. How many times have you gone coin shooting, prospecting, diving for treasure or on a treasure expedition only to find out later on, as you try to remember, that you have forgotten many of the important details.
This article by Bradley "Brad" Williamson provides complete instructions and diagrams so you can build your own reverse electrolysis tank. Reverse electrolysis is the primary method used in conservation and preservation of treasures and artifacts.
Detailed and Valuable information on how to build or outfit a treasure salvage boat to recover sunken treasure. This information will save you a lot of valuable time and money and help you to be successful
This schematic/diagram is what a treasure galleon in the 1700's would have looked like. This is an extremely useful tool to understand the layout of the vessel you are searching for and recovering treasure from.
Rare archival maps and charts for free downloads. These maps and charts are from the 1500's, 1600's 1700's and 1800's and are extremely valuable in researching shipwrecks, lost cities, etc.
Note: we are continually adding new items to our "Free Stuff" so be sure to frequently check this page
Treasure Expeditions: treasure hunting, archaeology and shipwreck recovery