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Goldmünze 1oz, Vergulde Draeck, 2020. Limitierte Auflage: weltweit nur 250 Stück. Die Goldmünze ist bereits die zweite Münze aus der Australian Shipwreck, Serie, nach der Batavia aus dem Jahr 2019. Die Münzserie wird von der australischen Münzprägeanstalt Royal Australian Mint herausgegeben und ist weltweit die erste Münze in Dreiecksform. Bei der Vergulde Draeck handelt es sich. The Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) sailed from Texel bound for Batavia (Jakarta), under Pieter Albertsz carrying trade goods and eight chests of silver to the value of 78,6000 guilders. On 28 April 1656 the Vergulde Draeck was wrecked just south of Ledge Point. 75 of the 193 made it to shore Bei der Vergulde Draeck handelt es sich um ein dreimastiges, holländisches Segelschiff das am 28. April 1656 von Texel zu einer Reise nach Batavia auslief. Aufgrund einer falschen Kursberechnung lief die Vergulde Draeck auf ein Riff vor der Küste Westaustraliens und zerbrach

Neuartige Triangular-Silbermünze (Dreieck) mit Prägemotiv Vergulde Draeck 2020. Weltweite Auflage dieser ganz besonderen Münzserie nur 20.000 Stück. Die 1 Unzen Silber-Münze zeigt einen Australisches Schifftswrack - auf der Rückseite sind kämpfende Seeleute abgebildet bis zum Untergang In the hours before dawn on 28 April 1656, a Dutch East India (VOC) ship called the Vergulde Draeck struck an uncharted reef on her way to Batavia (now Jakarta) and sank off the coast of what is now called Western Australia, but was then an enigmatic landmass scarcely known to Europeans - the fabled Great South Land Startseite - 1 $ Vergulde Draeck 1 oz Ag 2020. Seite Drucken1 $ Vergulde Draeck 1 oz Ag 2020 05011372020 20. Herkunftsland: Australien.

Australien Schiffswrack - Serie 2020 Vergulde Draeck 1 oz Silber. Verfügbarkeit: Nicht verfügbar. Benachrichtigen. 49,01 €*. Differenzbesteuerung nach §25a USTG zzgl. Versand April 1656 traf ein VOC-Schiff namens Vergulde Draeck, das mit einer Ladung von Handelsgütern, Münzen, Fracht, Passagieren und Besatzung in Richtung Batavia (dem heutigen Jakarta) fuhr, am Morgen des 28. April 1656 auf ein unkartiertes Riff vor der Küste Westaustraliens

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  1. Dreht man die Schrift richtig herum, sinkt das Schiff. Auf der Wertseite sieht man jeweils eine Szene, während des Untergangs, die die kämpfenden Überlebenden des Unglücks zeigt. Ausgegeben wird die Serie von der Royal Australian Mint. Bislang erschienene Ausgaben: BATIVIA 2019, VERGULDE DRAECK 2020, ZUYTDORP 2020
  2. In 1656, the Vergulde Draeck set sail from the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, for the VOC's trading headquarters at Batavia (Jakarta), Indonesia. On the night of the 28 April 1656, the Vergulde Draeck struck a submerged coral reef midway between what are now the coastal towns of Seabird and Ledge Point, Western Australia
  3. The wreck of the Vergulde Draeck was found was on 14 April 1963 at Ledge Point, not far from the mouth of the Moore River, about 100 kilometres north of Perth. Its discovery was widely reported upon and generated genuine excitement
  4. The Vergulde Draeck (Far-hool-de-drak). Or the Gilt Dragon. Australia's third oldest known shipwreck and one of the four VOC, Dutch East India Company's merchant ships known to have wrecked on the West Australian coastline in the 17th and 18th century. Discovered by Graeme Henderson in 1963 while spearfishing off Ledge Point

On 4 October 1655 the VOC (Dutch East Indies Company) ship Vergulde Draeck of the Amsterdam Chamber sailed from Texel in the Netherlands on her second voyage bound for the East Indies (now Indonesia). She was carrying, apart from passengers and crew, cargo, trade goods and silver coins worth 185,000 guilders

Produktinformationen 1 AUS-Dollar Vergulde Draeck 1 Unze Silber Münzhandel seit 1972 - Profitieren Sie von unserer Erfahrung. Sie bestellen einfach online - täglich rund um die Uhr von Zuhause, aus dem Büro oder mit Ihrem Telefon von unterwegs. Ihre Wünsche werden innerhalb kurzer Zeit von uns bearbeitet und durch einen zuverlässigen Lieferdienst - natürlich ist die Sendung. The jacht Vergulde Draeck carried a cargo of trade goods worth 106,400 florins, together with eight chests of silver coin worth 78,600 florins, and the crew consisted of 193 men. Following Brouwer's route, the vessel made use of trade winds before making a northward turn to the East Indies

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  1. This video is about the 2020 Australia Shipwreck Series Vergulde Draeck 1 oz Silver $1 Coin BU. The 2020 $1 Australia Triangular Shipwreck Series Vergulde Dr..
  2. www.facebook.com/divingwawrecksDiving the wreck site of the 1656 shipwreck of the Vergulde Draeck, also known as the Gilt Dragon. Wrecked off Ledge Point nor..
  3. Discovered in 1956 by a local farmer, there is a little known rock carving originally thought to be carved by the marooned Dutch sailors from the 1656 VOC shipwreck of the Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon)
  4. t: On the morning of 28 April 1656, a VOC ship called the Vergulde Draeck, travelling towards Batavia (now Jakarta) with a load of trade goods, coins, cargo, passengers and crew, struck an uncharted reef off the coast of Western Australia
  5. Media in category Vergulde Draeck. The following 5 files are in this category, out of 5 total. 07 Letter.jpg 607 × 960; 124 KB. Beardman Jug.jpg 640 × 960; 125 KB. Coin from the Vergulde Draeck.jpeg 2,048 × 1,292; 293 KB. Gilt Dragon 2.jpg 1,148 × 1,664; 849 KB
  6. Australien Schiffswrack - Serie 2020 Vergulde Draeck 1 oz Silber | Antik Finish. Lieferzeit: ca. 1 - 3 Werktage*. 60,34 €*. Differenzbesteuerung nach §25a USTG zzgl. Versand. X. Australien Schiffswrack - Serie 2020 Vergulde Draeck 1 oz Silber | Antik Finish. Ausgabe: Australische Schiffswracks - 2

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Vergulde Draeck Collection. Object Description A collection of objects excavated from the repackage of the Dutch vessel Vergulde Draeck that ran aground of the western Australian Coast in 1656. The collection includes beardman jugs, ceramic masks and medallions, clay tobacco pipes, bronze and brass utensils, tools and accessories, glass bottles, a tool-box, various armaments and much organic. This jug, ballast brick, cannon ball and silver coinage were excavated from the wreck of the Dutch trading ship, Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon), which struck a reef off the coast of western Australia in 1656. On its second spice-trading voyage to Batavia (Jakarta) in 1656 the Draeck sailed too far east and struck a reef off the coast of western Australia One of the most enduring myths associated with the wreck of the Vergulde Draeck (also known as the Gilt Dragon) on the Western Australian coast is that Abraham Leeman van Sanwitz made the journey from the wreck site (near Ledge Point) to Batavia (now Jakarta) twice; in 1656 and 1658.Many sources (see below) believe Leeman was aboard the Vergulde Draeck when she sank and was sent to Batavia to. A new piece in the puzzle of the Vergulde Draeck (1656) survivors' fate was recently uncovered when Heritage Detection Australia archaeologists Bob Sheppard and Zack Sheppard interviewed ex Underwater Explorers Club diver Clive Daw about his connection to the ship wreck story. Part of the Edwards collection found in 1931. Courtesy of WA Museum (Pa

Diese Münze ist die zweite der australischen Schiffswrackserie nach der Veröffentlichung von Batavia im Jahr 2019. Am Morgen des 28. April 1656 reiste ein VOC-Schiff namens Vergulde Draeck mit einer Ladung Handelswaren und Münzen nach Batavia (heute Jakarta) In collaboration with The Royal Australian Mint, LPM is pleased to present the second release in the Australian Shipwreck series featuring the Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon). For the first time in bullion, the series will feature coins that are triangular-shaped in size. The Gilt Dragon follows on from the popular first release in the series featuring the Batavia Vergulde Draeck was a 42-metre, 260-tonne ship constructed in 1653 by the Amsterdam Chamber of the Dutch East India Company. On her way to Batavia (Jakarta) she hit a reef off the western coast of Australia in 1656. Out of 193 passengers 75 survived, including the captain. After the survivors arrived at Batavia, they initiated several rescue attempts, however, unsuccessfully. The wreck was.

The jacht Vergulde Draeck carried a cargo of trade goods worth 106,400 florins, together with eight chests of silver coin worth 78,600 florins, and the crew consisted of 193 men. Following Brouwer's route, the vessel made use of trade winds before making a northward turn to the East Indies. The vessel was lost on 28 April 1656 on a reef off the coast off Western Australia, north of Yanchep. The 2020 Vergulde Draeck triangular one-ounce silver coin is the second release in the Australian Shipwreck series, following the Batavia release in 2019. The coins were issued in Brilliant Uncirculated grade. The exquisite design of the reverse conveys two scenes to communicate the journey of the Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon)

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The Vergulde Draeck was constructed for the Dutch East India Company in 1653 and had three years of voyages under its belt before its date with doom on that April night in 1656 off the coast of Western Australia. Surrounding the Vergulde Draeck on this face of the coin is a very ornate maritime border design theme. You will notice the inscriptions on this face of the coin appear upside down. The Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) was wrecked off the coast of WA in 1656. Survivors reached the coast and a small number travelled to the then-named Batavia, now Jakarta, to seek help but. We the undersigned believe that the Vergulde Draeck 1656 rock inscription, located within the proposed Ocean Reef Marina development, requires immediate protection. This engraving could potentially be Australias first and oldest European rock inscription, and as a precaution, it should be protected until its authenticity can be 100% verified by an international rock art expert. Your. Copper alloy candlestick - partly eroded, made up of four parts: foot (complete), lower part (complete), drip pan (nearly complete), candleholder (complete). - GT795 Candlestick, Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) - Download Free 3D model by Western Australian Museum (@wamuseum) [f4e3f6a Following last years Voc Batavia design, the Vergulde Draeck doesn't stray very far from the ethos the 2019 coin put in place. The reverse face depicts the ship in profile, surrounded by many faux heraldic elements, including a pair of facing Merlions. The designer of the first coin, Adam Ball, has found his stride straight away and this looks really good. The signature upside-down title.

Ausgabe Vergulde Draeck Ausgabeland: Australien Hersteller: Royal Australian Mint Nominalwert: 1 Dollar Jahr: 2020 Gewicht (brutto): 31,10 Gramm Gewicht (fein): 31,10 Gramm Feingehalt: 999/1000 Material: Silber Auflage: 20.000 Stück Erhaltung: Handelsübliche Neuware Verpackung: Münzkapsel. Los-Details Jahr / Periode und Variation 1. Ausgabe 2019 Batavia /2. Ausgabe 2020 Vergulde Draeck. The Vergulde Draeck (pronounced [vɛrˈɣɵldə ˈdraːk]), also spelled Vergulde Draak and Vergulde Draek, was a 41.8-metre (137 ft), 260-tonne (290-ton) ship constructed in 1653 by the Dutch East India Company (Dutch: Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie, commonly abbreviated to VOC) The VOC ship VERGULDE DRAECK was under the command of Pieter Albertszoon on the 28th of April 1656, when it hit a reef off the coast of Western Australia, between the present day towns of Seabird and Ledge Point. It was carrying 193 crew and passengers, of whom only 75 survived. The ship was also transporting a cargo of trade goods and silver coins for Batavia (Jakarta) worth 185,000 guilders. Early mention of Vergulde Draeck also appears in The Illustrated Sydney News in an article written by George Collingridge as a precursor to the publication of his Discovery of Australia.33 This 1895 publication, together with Heere's The Part Borne in the Discovery of Australia 1606-1765 in 1899, and the earlier 1859 work by Major, Early Voyages to Terra Australis, Now Called Australia, all. The Vergulde Draeck Gilded Dragon follows on from the popular first release in the series featuring the Batavia. The exquisite and clever design of the reverse conveys two scenes to communicate the journey of the Vergulde Draeck. With the image of the ship viewed upright, the Vergulde Draeck is shown setting sai

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On 4 October 1655, Vergulde Draak of the Amsterdam Chamber of the Dutch Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie or United East India Company (VOC) set sail from Texel, on what was to be its second and final voyage to Batavia (modern Jakarta) in the East Indies. The jacht Vergulde Draak carried a cargo of trade goods worth 106 400 florins, together with eight chests of silver coin worth 78 600 florins. Vergulde Draeck (also known as Gilt Dragon) was purchased by the Amsterdam Chamber of the Dutch East India Company in 1653, and its first trading voyage was between Holland and the East Indies. On 4th October 1655, under the command of Pieter Albertsz, she set sail for Batavia. Aboard was a crew of 193 men, eight chests of silver coin worth 78 600 guilders and a cargo of trade goods worth.

Mexico City, Mexico, cob 8 reales, 1650s. Thick flan and toned, 26.94 grams, but with double-struck shield and cross. The Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) was a Dutch VOC ship that set sail in 1656 bound for Batavia (Jakarta) on only its second voyage. On board were 193 crew, trade goods, and eight boxes of silver coins when it sailed off course and struck a submerged coral reef off Western. In writing the Vergulde Draeck (1656) [aka Gilt Dragon] story I was keen to demonstrate my ability to critically examine history and make sense of the myths and legends regarding the wreck.Central to the emerging story was the knowledge the Vergulde Draeck was a treasure ship and the treasure was lost.. Coins from the Vergulde Draeck 1656. WA Museum photo The wreck of the Vergulde Draeck was discovered in 1963 and was excavated in 1972. Some 19,000 coins were recovered, mainly Spanish reals and some Japanese silver coins. The mystery of what became of the survivors of the Vergulde Draeck has never been answered. This was one of the most enigmatic episodes of Australia's maritime history. Related Products. Previous Next. Choose Options. Quick. The wreck of the Vergulde Draeck was discovered in 1963 and was excavated in 1972. Some 19,000 coins were recovered, mainly Spanish reals and some Japanese silver coins. The mystery of what became of the survivors of the Vergulde Draeck has never been answered. This was one of the most enigmatic episodes of Australia's maritime history

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The Vergulde Draeck is seen in its proper glory as it sets sail. The story of the Vergulde Draeck is similar to that of many other wooden sailing vessels traveling the worlds oceans in the 15 th, 16 th, 17 th, and 18 th centuries. As empires and civilizations expanded around the globe on ever-larger vessels, the opportunity for disaster to strike increased. After three years sailing the worlds. Vergulde Draeck (Ship) Henderson, James A. 1925- Author; Waeckende Boey (Ship) Emeloort (Ship) Brusse, Ken Narrator; Australasian Hydrographic Society Australia on the Map Division ; Termos, Door Joop Author; VOC Historical Society (Perth, W.A.) L'Honoré Naber, S. P. (Samuel Pierre) 1865-1936 ; Brady, Glend

2020 1oz Silver Bullion Coin- Australian Shipwreck Series - Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) Second release in the series Limited mintage of 20,000 Obverse features the effigy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and depicts scenes from the dramatic story of the Vergulde Draeck Reverse depicts the ship surrounded by decorative maritime ornaments 1oz of .999 silver Australian legal tender. The Vergulde Draeck is one of a handful of famous shipwrecks that have occurred off the coast of the Australian continent. The silver bullion coins in this series are available with 1 oz silver content from the Royal Australian Mint and include new designs with each release. Right now, you can buy 2020 Australian Shipwreck Vergulde Draeck 1 oz Silver Coins online at Provident Metals. Vergulde Draeck, a ship belonging to the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie (VOC). In the early hours of 28 April 1656 it struck a reef five kilometres off Ledge Point (almost 95 kilometres north of modern day Perth), on the central west coast of Western Australia.2 The ship had a complement of 193. According to contemporary accounts 75 individuals survived and reached the coast, including. The Vergulde Draeck translated means gilt dragon. Description of the vessel. The vergulde draeck is described as a jacht and was made of wood. The boat was 260 tonnes was 4.1 metres in depth and was 41.8 metres in length and 9.8 metres in breadth. The ship was a cargo ship and carried only its cargo and crew. The ship was used as a trading ship Vergulde Draeck Jacht; Built at Amsterdam in 1653 and in service for the VOC from 1653 till 1656; 260 tons; Voyages: (1) In service for Kamer van Amsterdam - 23/08/1653 departure Texel, Capt. Aris Jansz. Dul - Cape Good Hope from 15/02/1654 till 12/03/1654 - 24/05/1654 arrival Batavia - In service for Kamer van Amsterdam - 07/11/1654 departure Batavia, Capt. Pieter Albertsz. - Cape Good Hope.

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Vergulde Draeck Label from public data source Wikidata; Vergulde Draeck (Ship) Sources. found: Henderson, J. A. Marooned, 1982: t.p. (Vergulde Draeck) jkt. (Dutch ship, foundered 1656 on Western Australian coast) found: LC data base, 10/21/87 (hdg.: Vergulde Draeck (Ship)) Change Notes. 1987-10-28: new. 1987-12-03: revised. Alternate Formats. RDF/XML (MADS and SKOS) N-Triples (MADS and SKOS. 2020 Australia Shipwreck Series Vergulde Draeck 1 oz Silver $1 Coin Datenschutzeinstellungen Etsy verwendet Cookies und ähnliche Technologien, um dir ein besseres Nutzungserlebnis zu bieten und u. a. Folgendes zu ermöglichen The wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman the Vergulde Draeck, 1656 Jeremy N. Green Curator of Marine Archaeology, Western Australian Museum, Francis Street, Perth, W. A. 600 The main excavation of the Vergulde Draeck wreck site was undertaken in 1971- 72 and has been described extensively elsewhere (Green, 1973 and particularly Green, 1977). In 1981 a brief investigation was made of the unexcavated areas left at the end of the first season. In a period of 93 days between 31 March and 2 July 1981, it was only possible to work on the site for a total of 12 days Perhaps this is the correct interpretation of the new improved Vergulde Draeck omen, not that it prefigures the downfall of King Dollar (it does not) but rather, like its inspiration (the Hindenberg Omen) it preceeds a downfall of world markets more catastrophic than any we have seen in our life time

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In 1656 the Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) foundered on one of the reefs that make that western coast so picturesque - and so dangerous. All the VOC ships carried two boats and both small vessels were used to get the survivors ashore. The VOC (the Dutch East India Company) had learned some lessons from the 1629 sinking of th The loss of the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie Jacht Vergulde Draeck, Western Australia, l656 : an historical background and excavation report with an appendix on similar loss of the fluit Lastdrager by Jeremy N Green ( Book ); Marooned : the wreck of the Vergulde Draeck and the abandonment and escape from the Southland of Abraham Leeman in 1658 by James A Henderson ( Book The Vergulde Draeck. C.R. Boxer describes how one of the Dutch Indiamen carrying pieces of eight to the East Indies was fatally wrecked off the western coast of Australia in 1656. C.R. Boxer | Published in History Today Volume 18 Issue 3 March 1968. The connexion between the discovery and exploitation of the silver mines in Mexico and Peru by the Spaniards in the sixteenth century and the so.

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The 'Vergulde Draeck' or 'Gilt Dragon', one of the Dutch East India Trading Company's trading vessels, embarked from the Netherlands on 4 October 1655... Gehe zu: Bereiche dieser Seit Treasures from the Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) by Jeremy N. Green, 1974, Western Australian Museum edition, in Englis

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The item Marooned : the wreck of the Vergulde Draeck and the abandonment and escape from the Southland of Abraham Leeman in 1658 represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in City of Stirling Library Services Green, Jeremy N. 1974, Treasures from the Vergulde Draeck' (Gilt Dragon) / [by] Jeremy N. Green Western Australian Museum [Perth] Wikipedia Citation. Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. {{Citation | title=Treasures from the Vergulde Draeck' (Gilt Dragon) / [by] Jeremy N. Green | author1=Green, Jeremy N., 1942- | year=1974.

The Vergulde Draeck translated means gilt dragon. Description of the vessel The vergulde draeck is described as a jacht and was list of wood. The boat was 260 tonnes was 4.1 metres in depth and was 41.8 metres in length and 9.8 metres in breadth. The dis blank space was a commitment ship and carried only its cargo and crew. The ship was used as a trading ship. How and where was it ship ruin. This unique, triangular-shaped coin depicts the Vergulde Draeck, one of Australia's shipwrecks in 1 ounce of .999 fine Silver. There is a limited mintage of 20,000 coins available in this release. This second release of an Australian Shipwreck series from Royal Australian Mint follows the Batavia, and depicts a part of Australia's maritime history. The design shows the story of the shipwreck.

The Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) - Seabird www.divingwawrecks.com/midwest-mid Australia's third oldest known shipwreck and one of the four VOC, Dutch.. The wreck of the Vergulde Draeck was discovered in 1963 and was excavated in 1972. Some 19,000 coins were recovered, mainly Spanish reals and some Japanese silver coins. The mystery of what became of the survivors of the Vergulde Draeck has never been answered. This was one of the most enigmatic episodes of Australia's maritime history. Seller assumes all responsibility for this listing. 'Vergulde Draeck' (Gilt Dragon) Shipwreck In the early hours of 28 April 1656, the Dutch trading ship Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) struck a reef five kilometres south of Ledge Point, 100 km north of Perth. Little is known of what actually happened, even less is known about the fate of the survivors. Built in 1653 by the Amsterdam Chamber of the Dutch East India Company (VOC), the Vergulde.

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Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) In 1656 a ship named Vergulde Draeck was traveling towards Batavia (current-day Jakarta), and struck an uncharted reef off the coast of Western Australia. The ship was carrying trade goods, coins, cargo, passengers and crew. Abraham Leeman, the under steersman, took the boat and six crew on a journey to Batavia to report the wreck The mystery of what became of the survivors of the Vergulde Draeck has never been answered. This was one of the most enigmatic episodes of Australia's maritime history. Specifications. Monetary Denomination: $1: Country: Australia: Fineness (% purity): 99.90%: Metal: Silver: Minimum Gross Weight (g): 22.23: Maximum Diameter (mm): 33.9: Maximum Mintage: 20,000: Share Share on Facebook Tweet. Traductions en contexte de Draeck en français-anglais avec Reverso Context : En 1658, trois navires, également partis à la recherche du Vergulde Draeck ont visité la région The Vergulde Draeck translated means gilt dragon. Description of the vessel The vergulde draeck is described as a jacht and was list of wood. The boat was 260 tonnes was 4.1 metres in depth and was 41.8 metres in length and 9.8 metres in breadth. The get off was a commitment ship and carried only its cargo and crew. The ship was used as a trading ship. How and where was it ship destroy? On the. Traductions en contexte de Draeck en anglais-français avec Reverso Context : They then travelled north and subsequently found the wreck of Vergulde Draeck (but still no survivors) Worth - Australia 1 dollar 2020, Shipwreck Vergulde Draeck in the coin catalog at uCoin.net - International Catalog of World Coins

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