What Treasure In The United States Has The Greatest Value?

By Michael Paul Henson
From page 62 of the February, 1994 issue of Lost Treasure
Copyright © 1994 Lost Treasure, Inc. all rights reserved


With our existing ruptured economy, Dillard Banski of Albany, New York, writes and asks a question that should (considering the amount at today's gold prices) be of interest to all treasure hunters. He asks, "In your opinion, what treasure in the United States, buried, lost or sunken, has the greatest value?"


Dillard, the largest hidden trea­sure (if the story is true) in the U. S. today is $20,000,000 in gold bars believed to have been smuggled into this country from Mexico some time before the Gold Confiscation Act of 1934. This tops them all and there is no less an authority for its existence than the United States government.


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