Links: Lost Treasure, Shipwrecks and Archaeology
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Provided are links to sites Treasure Expedition has reviewed and endorses.
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Treasure Expeditions Endorses and Approves of the following Sites
The official site for Captain Carl Fismer. "Fizz" is one of the lengends in the industry for Treasure Hunting and Shipwreck recovery. Often described as a real life underwater Indiana Jones. We are pleased to be working with Carl.
Official site for the famous 1715 treasure fleet. Find about the most recent recoveries and the people salvaging treasure from this famous fleet of Spanish Sunken Treasure Galleons.
This site is owned and is the creation of Dave Crooks who is a friend and business associate of Treasure Expeditions. This site is the premier site and resource for any publication regarding Sunken Treasure.
Daniel Sedwick is a professional numismatists and Treasure and World Coin Auctioneer. He regular holds auctions of treasure and world coins.
Goldhound Treasure divers is a treasure recovery company run by a close friend and business associate, Greg Bounds. Greg is an excellent salvager and a professional
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