Experts have authenticated more than 200 Spanish coins that were part of a sunken treasure found off the coast of Vero Beach last summer. The coins are valued at more than $1 million and were recovered by a contractor working for 1715 Fleet-Queens Jewels LLC. Diver William Barlett discovered the coins in 6 feet of water. The salvage company said the coins were part of the 1715 fleet that sunk in a hurricane off the Vero Beach coast on July 31, 1715.


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