India 1808 10 Cash Wreck of the Admiral Gardner Set Medium Grade

India 1808 10 Cash Wreck of the Admiral Gardner Set Medium Grade

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In January of 1809, the British ship Admiral Gardner, sank in a storm in the English Channel. In addition to loss of life, there was a significant loss of copper coinage that had been struck for use by the East India Company.
Set Highlights:
  • 10 Cash export coin of East India Company meant for the Madras Presidency Colony.
  • Certified Genuine by NGC and authenticated as being related to the wreck.
  • Comes in an attractive plastic display box.
  • Includes a certificate of authenticity which details the wreck and guarantees the authenticity of the coin.
  • This coin with its shipwreck effect is a medium grade example of what is respectable for sea salvage.
These historic Shipwreck coins are collectible and educational. Add this certified Shipwreck coin from the East India Company to your cart today!

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