Saturday Mar 8
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What's the Tax Bill For Finding $10 Million in Buried Treasure?
Finding buried treasure might sound like a childhood dream. But for one California couple, that dream came true last year when they made a surprising find in their backyard.
Gold coins from 1800s worth $10 million found buried in Gold Country
This story seems a bit too perfect to be what it is, but here ya go. A self-employed couple with property somewhere in California's Gold Country of the Sierra foothills say they fortuitously dug up cans of buried gold coins.
Scott R. Gunther was longtime Shorewood coin dealer
For the past 40 years, Gunther either worked at or operated the Shorewood Coin Shop, a fixture on N. Oakland Ave. since its founding in 1974.
Flipping for coins in Virginia Beach
John Kolos of the Tidewater Coin Club, a nonprofit, organizes coin shows twice a year at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.
The Daily Republic
It's not just about the jingle when it comes to coin collecting
Possess some Yap stone money and you can buy, say, a woman. Or you could have if you lived on Yap Island, in the western Pacific Ocean, a long time ago.