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Books recommended 5 years 2 months ago #14460

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Just finished my copy of "West of the the Bull" by Tyrrell L. Armstrong.Great read make 's ya wish that area was open to the people..........maps,info and good reading! Mike
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Books recommended 5 years 2 months ago #14470

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B) I second that! I have my copy in the right hand desk drawer for quick access. I also have several other treasure recovery and locating books along with tales of treasure locations and suspected locations.

Here is what's on my desk at present;

Treasure on the Chesapeake Bay by Bob Trevillian and Frank Carter, Spyglass Enterprises - Glen Bernie, MD 21061

Metal Detecting for Spanish Treasure, a Beach hunter's Guide by Gary T Drayton - www.garydrayton.com

Successful Treasure Hunting, The Art of Metal Detecting by Lance W. Comfort published by White's Eletronics.

and, West of the Bull.

Most of my library is scattered in storage boxes at my shop but a few are here at the house. I just have to do some looking whenever I want to look something up or research an area.
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Books recommended 5 years 2 months ago #14496

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A couple of other books in my collection that I would recommend.

"The Search for Sunken Treasure" by Robert F. Marx with Jenifer Marx

"Ships and Shipwrecks of the Americas" Edited by George F. Bass

"Great Lakes Shipwrecks & Survival" by William Ratigan

"The Search For The Atocha" by Eugene Lyon

"Fatal Treasure" by Jedwin Smith

"The Atlas of Shipwrecks&Treasure" by Nigel Pickford

I also just finished my copy of ''Galleons And Sunken Treasure" by Claudio Bonifacio
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Books recommended 5 years 2 months ago #14499

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Heck, I've got so many I couldn't begin to list them. However, I loan them out to trustworthy pirates on occasion and have yet to have a failure to return one. If you would like to request one I have and you are a pirate living to the code of "Honor amongst thieves" and promise to return it, just ask...
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