The 1715 Treasure Fleet was a Spanish treasure fleet returning from the New World to Spain. A Brief History of the 1715 Spanish Plate Fleet.
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The fleets return voyage when the ships were laden with silver, gold. Chiseled from volcanic stone, metates and their associated manos, or hand grinding stones, are best known to pre-Columbian and Spanish colonial era. ( Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research). Off the coast of Florida, carrying 5 million Spanish dollars worth in gold, silver and other precious materials. Promotional Results For You. Spanish Gold Ships Spanish Galleon shipwreck - Treasure salvaged by the Fisher team. Shipwrecks, 1715 Spanish Fleet. The galleons were fully loaded with precious cargoes of gold, silver, jewelry, tobacco, spices, indigo. Such as sharks, shipwrecks, treasure hunting and underwater archaeology.
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