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Best of Sir Robert F. Marx  Volume One
The Best of Sir Robert F. Marx - Volume Two

Marx, Robert F.

ISBN:  978-1535444316
Comments: 80 + photos, 4 maps
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 266 Color
Description:  Bob Marx has fulfilled his duty to our adventurous ancestors by illuminating their exploits and attempting to do what they did so very long ago, driving on a larger audience to appreciate history itself. How was it possible for the men of the ancient world to trespass upon the great oceans, discovering new civilizations, new wealth, and previously unknown tribes? Why not try this and see for yourself? Bob Marx did just that on several occasions, giving him the authority and insight to explain the courage, vision, and gambling spirit of our forefathers as they sailed across the world."

This book contains more than twenty articles Bob has written over the last fifty years and includes many previously unpublished photos.

Fully indexed.

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MSRP
$36.95

Kindle Edition
$4.95

The Rainbow Chasers Tricentennial YEARBOOK Second Edition
The Rainbow Chasers Tricentennial Yearbook Second Edition

Armstrong, T.L.; Gore, Tommy

ISBN:  978-1505701463
Comments: Includes an index, 200 + photos, 20+ maps
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 254 Grayscale
Description: Grayscale edition. In 1715, the Spanish treasure fleet, bound for home, was passing through the Bahama Channel when a hurricane destroyed all of the ships, save one. More than a thousand lives were lost, and seventeen million pesos in registered specie and bullion went to the bottom. This tragedy occurred along a stretch of shore now celebrated as the Treasure Coast of Florida, so named for the vast bounty of gold and silver, which continues to be found there. Three centuries later, The Rainbow Chasers Tricentennial Yearbook is a review of that disaster with emphasis on the fleet's salvage over the last six decades. The book contains many first-hand recollections of people involved in the ongoing adventure, more than twenty maps, and over two hundred photos. An analysis of the coastal venue, the ships involved, the storm track, and previously unpublished narratives round out the story. At least two of the 1715 Fleet ships seemingly disappeared without a trace and somewhere in the wreckage a parcel of jewelry, especially crafted for Queen Isabella, has yet to be found. Where is it? The hunt continues! Fully indexed with bibliography

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$18.95

The Treasures of Roberto Cofresi
The Treasures of Roberto Cofresi

Kordac, Lubos

ISBN:  978-1523477036
Comments: 35 photos, 4 illustrations, 8 maps
Size: 6” x 9”                         
Pages: 160 Grayscale
Description:  Roberto Cofresi, the son of an Italian immigrant, was born in Puerto Rico in 1791. He was raised in the vicinity of Cabo Rojo and as a child he was drawn to a life at sea. By the time he was fourteen, he'd joined privateers cruising the waters of Hispaniola and Puerto Rico, and in the following decades he became a pirate of wide renown, terrorizing ships of all nations. The American government found him to be a threat of such magnitude that they sent a squadron of naval vessels to the region to hunt him down. After more than twenty years of freebooting, Cofresi was finally captured, but not before he'd hidden a number of treasures on both sides of the Mona Channel. This is the story of "The Treasures of Roberto Cofresi."

Fully indexed.

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MSRP
$15.95

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$6.00

Best of Sir Robert F. Marx  Volume One
The Best of Sir Robert F. Marx - Volume One

Marx, Robert F.

ISBN:  978-1517666835
Comments: 130 + photos, 12 illustrations
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 256 Color
Description:  Bob Marx is the premier scribe of an era, an era wherein divers became legion, and much of the long-lost, submerged wealth around the globe was discovered and exploited. His career is a marker of that era: it began with him, and has ended with him. He was there to tell about all of it, from the early days, when many wrecks had yet to be found, to these latter days when all the easy money is gone, and government regulations have choked off further discoveries. This era of legendary discovery has come and gone. There will never be another like it. There will never be another Bob Marx.

This book contains more than twenty articles Bob has written over the last fifty years and includes many previously unpublished photos.

Fully indexed.

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MSRP
$36.95

Kindle Edition
$4.95

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Two Paths... One Love

Walker, Duke

ISBN:  978-1517160920
Comments: Poetry
Size: 6” x 9”                         
Pages: 73 Grayscale
Description:  The story is the true story of my meeting a young woman in Salalah, Oman in January of 1977. Thrown together in a place that many people might refer to as “the middle of nowhere”, we became close friends. After nine months of being together, circumstances forced us to go our separate ways. We did not see or speak to each other for the next thirty-four years. We were lost to each other except for the wonderful memories we each kept in our hearts for each other.

With the advent of the internet, we each would look for the other on occasion as we traveled our separate paths. We were not successful in our searches until she found me on Facebook in August of 2011. Two Paths... One Love is our story, from Oman to now... to this very minute. It is a story of a love and a friendship that refused to die. I hope you enjoy it.

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MSRP
$9.95

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$4.00

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The Quest for the Queen's Jewels

Marx, Robert F.

ISBN:  978-1511618618
Comments: 60 + photos, 20+ illustrations
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 156 Color
Description:  At sunrise on July 24th, 1715, a convoy consisting of twelve ships set sail from Havana Harbor for the long voyage back to Spain. The convoy was composed of the five ships of the New Spain Flota, six ships of the Squadron of Tierra Firme, and a French ship named Grifon. After the convoy left Havana it made its way up the Bahama Channel. During the night of July 30 it was struck by a fierce hurricane that wrecked all the ships upon the coast of Florida, with the exception of the Grifon, which miraculously escaped. Over a thousand persons lost their lives. The Spaniards commenced salvage operations immediately along the beach of what is commonly known today as Florida's Treasure Coast, so named for the fabulous trove left behind on the wrecks, which continues to lure treasure hunters today. The Spanish salvage effort was quite effective, however, much remains to be found, including the dowry of the consort queen, Isabella Farnese, wife of King Philip V.

Robert Marx relates this story to us with an incisive historic background, completed with contemporary details known to him through almost forty years of his own efforts to salvage the wrecks of the 1715 Plate Fleet.

Includes a complete reprint of the shipwreck listings found in his original "Shipwrecks in Florida Waters", published in the first edition of 1968 when he took over operations for Real 8. 

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MSRP
$25.00

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The Rainbow Chasers Tricentennial Yearbook

Armstrong, T.L.; Gore, Tommy

ISBN:  978-1505701463
Comments: Includes an index, 200 + photos, 20+ maps
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 254 Color
Description: Full Color Limited Edition. In 1715, the Spanish treasure fleet, bound for home, was passing through the Bahama Channel when a hurricane destroyed all of the ships, save one. More than a thousand lives were lost, and seventeen million pesos in registered specie and bullion went to the bottom. This tragedy occurred along a stretch of shore now celebrated as the Treasure Coast of Florida, so named for the vast bounty of gold and silver, which continues to be found there. Three centuries later, The Rainbow Chasers Tricentennial Yearbook is a review of that disaster with emphasis on the fleet's salvage over the last six decades. The book contains many first-hand recollections of people involved in the ongoing adventure, more than twenty maps, and over two hundred photos. An analysis of the coastal venue, the ships involved, the storm track, and previously unpublished narratives round out the story. At least two of the 1715 Fleet ships seemingly disappeared without a trace and somewhere in the wreckage a parcel of jewelry, especially crafted for Queen Isabella, has yet to be found. Where is it? The hunt continues! Fully indexed with bibliography

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Kindle Edition
$5.95

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Before and Beyond the Niihau Zero

Jones, Syd

ISBN:  978-1500590178
Comments: Includes an index, 80 + photos, 2 maps
Size: 6” x 9”                         
Pages: 210 Grayscale
Description:  On the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor, a battle damaged Japanese Zero landed on a remote, privately owned Hawaiian island. The Zero pilot survived for almost a week on what locals call the "Forbidden Island", assisted by a local worker while terrorizing the island's population before being killed by a native Hawaiian. Though the air raid on December 7, 1941 caught many by surprise, the island's owner had actually begun preparations against the attack years earlier, inspired by a remarkably accurate prophecy. The wreckage of the Japanese plane was abandoned on the island, but it's legacy was not forgotten. Sixty five years later the Zero and the story surrounding it became part of a new aviation museum in Hawaii. The Zero display brought to the forefront what happened the day of the attack, the conflict that ensued on the island in the days that followed, while unexpectedly generating a modern controversy in the process.

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MSRP
$19.95

Kindle Edition $4.95
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Tumbaga Silver

Armstrong, Douglas R.

ISBN:  978-1502335203
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 6” x 9”                         
Pages: 208 Full Color
Description:  The "Tumbaga" wreck, named for a large cache of tumbaga silver bars recovered from it, was one of the two wreck sites uncovered by the Marex team in 1992 north of Grand Bahama during the salvage of the Maravillas. More than 200 silver bars, about 20 small gold ingots, and a dozen early gold money pieces were all salvaged from a small area. All of the material is datable to the reign of King Charles I of Spain and his seal was found on the gold and silver bars. This book details the conservation of the tumbaga bars and contains the actual investigative field notes of Douglas Armstrong, along with chapters outlining the production and assay methods used by the Spanish in the New World in the early 16th century. This newly revised edition features enhanced close-ups of the various stamps on the bars as well as a color photo gallery of more than seventy selected specimens.

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MSRP
$29.95

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A Hundred Giants

Algoet, Gaëtan; Armstrong, T. L.; Baer, Robert H.

ISBN:  978-1497481510
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 208 Full Color
Description:  The first settlement of Europeans in Florida occurred in 1564 in the vicinity of Jacksonville. French Huguenots attempted a foothold there and lasted a year before being wiped out by the Spanish. As the struggle between the French and Spanish developed, French forces were shipwrecked along the Florida coast and executed by the Spaniards in the vicinity of Matanzas Inlet.

In 2008 the authors began translating a Dutch manuscript published by Pieter Vander Aa, circa 1705, which was a collection of several French memoirs dealing with their settlement at Fort Caroline and subsequent conflicts with Spanish forces. The Vander Aa manuscript, previously unseen as an English publication, is used to drive on the investigation of new evidence found along the shore of Florida indicating where the Huguenots were killed and where at least one of their ships was wrecked. The book contains an exact reproduction of the Vander Aa manuscript, photos of artifacts supporting the new evidence, and more than twenty maps illustrating the subject locations. The French saga in Florida, albeit one thoroughly studied for more than a century, is presented here with fresh overview and comparative citations from previous scholars on the subject.

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MSRP
$35.95


Kindle Edition
$2.99

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West Of The Bull

Armstrong, T. L.

ISBN:  978-1490509648
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 254 Grayscale
Description: Prior to the acquisition of properties on Cape Canaveral and Merritt Island by the federal government for the Air Force Eastern Test Range and the Kennedy Space Center, residents in the vicinity were aware of the many shipwrecks along the coast from Edgewater southward to present-day Port Canaveral, an area now known in Florida as the Space Coast. As the Kennedy Space Center was being developed, a number of treasure hunters combed the area, making remarkable finds dating from ancient times throughout the first contact period between Florida natives and Europeans. Before the creation of the Canaveral National Seashore and the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, some of these treasure hunters managed salvage leases all along the Cape Canaveral area, awarded to them by the State of Florida. This is the story of one such venture, the New Channel Historical Survey Group’s Exploratory Lease E5A. T. L. Armstrong and Randy Andrews worked for the New Channel Historical Survey Group, headed up by Bill and Florence Andrews. E5A was situated along the southern extent of Klondike Beach, perhaps so named for the booty found there in the past.

West Of The Bull contains many previously unpublished treasure recovery maps of the area produced by Bill Andrews, Lou Ullian, and Robert F. Marx, as well as a number of aerial charts especially prepared by the author. Personal notes of Robert F. Marx dealing with shipwrecks around the Cape are included, along with a summary of archaeological sites recorded by George A. Long for NASA in 1965.

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MSRP
$19.95

Kindle Edition
$2.99


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The Winter Beach Salvage Camp

Armstrong, Douglas R.

ISBN:  978-1483906430
Comments: Includes bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 166 Grayscale
Description: Following the destruction of the 1715 Plate Fleet along the east coast of Florida the Spaniards constructed several camps along the fifty miles of coast where the ships sank, the primary one being at the McLarty Museum site on the northern extent of the wreckage trail. However, Douglas R. Armstrong located another salvage camp, miles to the south near Wabasso where he performed an archaeological rescue survey in the late 1980s just as the site was being destroyed by homebuilders. “The Winter Beach Salvage Camp” is the report Douglas R. Armstrong prepared for Florida’s Bureau of Archaeological Research in regards to his findings at that location. The book contains a complete recount of his discoveries, by item, along with photos and maps.

As a bonus, this edition also contains the first-ever publication of Douglas Armstrong’s 1990 annual report to the state for the Cannon Wreck site, as it was being excavated by Steve Shouppe’s group, Galleon Research. This addendum is a photocopy of the daily log sheets, along with the site files and drawings of recovered artifacts. The addendum also contains the site map as prepared by Armstrong along with a rectified section set in geographic grid coordinates suitable for use with GPS receivers.

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MSRP
$11.95

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Practical Conservation of Archaeological Objects

Armstrong, Douglas R.

ISBN:  978-1480100558
Comments: Includes bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 251 Grayscale
Description: Master conservator Douglas R. Armstrong imparts his many years of first-hand, practical experience in the field of marine artifact conservation within the pages of "Practical Conservation of Archaeological Objects". This newly updated version for 2012 includes his methods of cleaning coins recovered from a number of shipwrecks, in particular the inventory of the Chanduy Reef Capitana, and the Consolacion in Ecuador. This is a manual of proven methods that all collectors, be they archaeologists or treasure hunters, at land or at sea, will find indispensable when restoring and conserving a wide range of objects, ranging from buttons, cannon, sword handles, or glassware, to pieces of eight. The author was the first craftsman to handle many objects hereto untouched by conservators of the day, not the least of which are delicate pistols, one of the first wrought iron guns, the original Tumbaga bars of the Bahamas, and a bronze saker made for King Henry VIII. The book is richly illustrated with before and after photos of these projects and is fully indexed. The technology and tools used are described in great detail. Truly, this is a manual that every conservator needs at hand.

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MSRP
$21.95

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The Lost Monasteries Of William Randolph Hearst

Baer, Robert H.

ISBN:  978-1470091255
Comments: Includes bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 244 Grayscale
Description: Between the years 1925 and 1931 the publishing tycoon, William Randolph Hearst acquired six Medieval Period structures in the United Kingdom and Spain. Hearst dismantled all, or portions, of these buildings, with the intention of rebuilding some, and using others as ‘fabric’ for other construction projects in the United States, most notably, Hearst Castle at San Simeon, California and another residence, St. Donats’s Castle in Wales. The Lost Monasteries of William Randolph Hearst is the story of Dr. Robert Baer’s quest to document this little known, and little researched period in the life of WRH, within the wider context of Hearst’s life as a builder and collector.

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$21.95

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French Castaways at Old Cape Canaveral

Armstrong, Douglas R.

ISBN:  978-1467977159
Comments: Includes bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 168 Grayscale
Description: Wrecked on a foreign shore, hunted like animals by the Spanish and hostile Indians alike, a small group of French Huguenots managed to exist for an undetermined period in the wilds of present-day Cape Canaveral. 'French Castaways at Old Cape Canaveral' is a candid and very plausible account of those long lost adventurers, who would otherwise remain unknown in Florida's documented history. This book is a brief recollection of the events leading up to the heinous Matanzas massacre, followed by the investigative report of what may have happened to the few Frenchmen who escaped the Spanish death trap. More than four hundred years later, the author, in cooperation with the N.P.S. and S.E.A.C., revisits the 'Armstrong' site. A controlled excavation reveals evidence of a Surruque Indian settlement where these castaways lived with the native people. Fully indexed with bibliography, the book contains detailed photos of coins and artifacts recovered during the investigation along with scanned reproductions of the manifests for a number of the French vessels involved in the wreck disaster along the Florida coast in 1565.

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MSRP
$14.95

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The Last Voyage Of The San Miguel de Archangel

Baer, Robert H.

ISBN:  9781466205239
Comments: Includes bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 8.5” x 11”                         
Pages: 210 Grayscale
Description: This book is the story of an accidental discovery of a Spanish vessel on a secret mission
carrying a unique cargo bound from Peru to the King of Spain, circa 1659. The "San Miguel de Archangel" carried a sample of the 'Star of Lima' coinage, minted illegally by the Count Alba de Liste.  The book describes the ship, the sinking, the discovery, the salvage, and the troubles amongst the investors.  The author is a professional archaeologist.

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Available at Florida Classics Library.

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$21.95

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Atocha Treasure Adventures: Sweat of the Sun, Tears of the Moon "Havana Connection Edition"

Jones, Syd

ISBN: 978-1530488926
Comments: Includes bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 6” x 9”                             
Pages: 366 Grayscale
Description: This book is written by one of the very few people who worked for the Treasure Salvors   organization (Mel Fisher’s company) and was in the ‘trenches’, day after day.  Syd Jones started out  as a diver, worked his way up to captain of several Fisher salvage vessels, and ultimately became the operations manager of the company in his later years.  This book describes the  relentless race to salvage the ‘mother lode’ of the “Nuestra Senora de Atocha”, the richest treasure wreck in the western hemisphere ever found. This latest edition contains new information and photographs from Havana, Cuba, regarding the Atocha and Margarita, personally collected by the author in 2015, 25 years after the discovery of the Atocha's 'mother lode' by the Treasure Salvors crew. Contains dozens of previously unpublished photos and eight maps.

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$24.95

Kindle Edition $7.95

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Historic Shipwrecks Of The Dominican Republic And Haiti, Second Edition

Kordac, Lubos

ISBN: 978-1467905183
Comments: Includes bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 6” x 9”                             
Pages: 228 Grayscale
Description: This Second Edition of this very popular book is a compendium of historic shipwrecks surrounding Hispaniola, with a summary of locations and current/previous notable salvage operations including maps, photos and drawings. This edition contains substantial new material regarding numerous wrecks throughout Hispaniola. Several hundred wrecks are listed and the index contains approximatly 1100 page citations. Bibliography included. 200 pages of content in 22 chapters. Compiled by Dr. Lubos Kordac, an able diver who resides in the Dominican Republic and consults as a marine archaeologist. Local history for each focus area provides valuable information regarding the circumstances for the listed wrecks. 28 maps and more than 50 photos.

The Second Edition adds approximately 100 new vessel/fleet disasters to the areas of Samana, Santo Domingo, Azua, Tortuga and Cap-Haitien.

New information includes the mystery of the "Opale" and the disappearing island, an expanded overview of the Bobadilla fleet, and more information regarding the "Imperial" and "Diomede".

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$14.95

Kindle Edition $6.95

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Anomaly 27

Baer, Robert H.

ISBN: 9781450713146
Comments: A monograph; illustrated
Size: 11” x 8.5”                        
Pages: 90 Grayscale
Description: Here's the story of Anomaly 27, a section of mystery wreckage which lays more than 2000 feet from the hulk of the S.S. Copenhagen, a vessel which grounded near Pompano Beach, Florida at the turn of the last century. A professional archaeologist, Dr. Robert Baer describes the anomaly, how it was located, and, finally, how the anomaly is proven to be the missing bow section of the S.S. Copenhagen. The author explains the details of the discovery and the methods used to confirm the identity of the wreckage. This is a story of modern-day exploration at its finest. A great read for wreck divers and academics alike! Fully illustrated with magnetometric charts, wreck site maps, bathymetric charts, contemporary underwater photos as well as classic photos of the Copenhagen as she sits stranded just after the wreck event. 90 pages, B&W, with an index containing more than 500 citations. Reference listings along with figure citations in classic monograph style.

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$14.95

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The Rainbow Chasers In The Great Florida Treasure Hunt

Gore, Tommy with T.L. Armstrong

ISBN: 1424318238
Comments: Includes a bibliography; illustrated
Size: 5.5” x 8.5”                        
Pages: 277 Color
Description: This book recounts the author’s 30 year career as a Marine Field Agent for the State of Florida overseeing many treasure salvage operations, including the “glory days” of the 1960’s and 70’s.  The book includes the author’s experiences with Florida’s 3 biggest treasure recoveries: the “Atocha”, the Cabin Wreck (1715 Fleet), and the “San Jose” (1733 Fleet).  The author also tells of many lesser-known salvage operations.

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MSRP
$24.95



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Galleons And Sunken Treasure

Bonifacio, Claudio

ISBN: 978-1499286397
Comments: Historic archives extractions, illustrated with document images along with extensive wreck location/citation appendix & full index
Size: 9” x 6”                        
Pages: 404 Grayscale
Description: This is the first English translation of Claudio Bonifacio's original Spanish work, "Galleons Con Tesoros".  Contains chapters dealing with specific shipwrecks of the Spanish Empire during the period of the Carrera de Indias.  There are original extracts from Spanish archives the world over dealing with such famous wrecks as the Maravillas, the San Roque, the Mercedes of recent Odyssey Marine fame, and many others.  This is an authoritative work by one of the most famous research personalities in the field.  Also includes an extensive chapter dealing with the Treasure Island of Simon Zacarias, along with original hand-drawn charts.  Contains more than 70 illustrations and maps along with more than 1100 wreck listings by locality and archive citation.

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$21.95

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Movers And Shakers

Baer, Robert H.

ASIN: B005WZB016
Size: 9” x 6”                        
Pages: 383 Grayscale
Description: South Florida in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s is in turmoil. South Beach, now a ‘Mecca’ for the “Rich and Famous’ is a ‘ghetto’ of retirement hotels and cheap restaurants; the Cuban Revolution, and waves of immigration, have changed the culture of Miami forever. Dade County police detective, Captain Eduardo Gonzalez is challenged by a series of gruesome ‘armed home invasion’ murders, and the political pressure is on - there are few leads. Fifty miles north of Miami in ‘trendy’ Palm Beach, art dealer Peter Cooper has been talked into making the presentation of a ‘pricy’ painting, by Georgia O’Keefe, at a birthday party, hosted by a nouveau riche couple, Bruce and Rebecca Hirsch. But all is not well, the armed home invasion team of a rogue government contract killer, Monkeyto, and his buddies, Paco and Chee Chee, have targeted Bruce and Rebecca, as they have chosen most of their victims, by reading the South Florida ‘Glitter Mags’ and the ‘Social Sections’ of Miami and Palm Beach newspapers.

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Listeners

Armstrong, Deborah

ASIN: B006ATIG3I
Comments: illustrated by Dan Wukits
Size: 6” x 9”                             
Pages: 227 Grayscale
Description: Follow the adventures of Tola and his animal friends as they discover who the mysterious Listeners are. Travel with them through desert and caverns as they face exploding mountains and escape fire-breathing dragons. Discover how the children and their friends lead the inhabitants of the Land of Pata to safety as their island is transformed by early Earth's birth pains. Laugh as the cherub-like Spring Children bring help in sudden and unexpected ways.

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MSRP
$14.95

 Kindle Edition $3.00

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Perfume For The Soul

Armstrong, Deborah

Comments: illustrated by Dan Wukits
Size: 6” x 9”                             
Pages: 46 saddle stitched

A selection of poetry to lift the spirit and support those facing physical difficulty and hardship.

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$2.99

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Hidden And Lost Treasures In The Dominican Republic

Kordac, Lubos

ISBN: 9789945860221
Comments: Includes bibliography; illustrated; indexed
Size: 6” x 9”                             
Pages: 128 Grayscale
Description: In the Hidden and Lost Treasures in the Dominican Republic, the author relates 11 treasure stories to the history of the Dominican Republic and the island of Hispaniola.  These include the treasure of the Knights Templar; Columbus' captain of the "Pinta," Martin Alonzo Pinzon, and his "river of gold"; stories of sunken treasure ships and Francisco Bobadilla's lost fleet; several pirate stories; and two stories of lost World War II loot. 

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$16.92

     
     

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