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Antique Treasure Chart " being the whereabouts of Treasure of Colonial America"

"Being the Whereabouts of Treasure of Colonial America"

"A valuable chart of sunken lost or cached Treasures in Texas and along the Gulf Coast"

"The fascinating Saga of lost and long Hidden Treasures in early California and the old Southwest"

"An Authentic, Interesting Chart of Treasurer in the Great Northwest"

My last research efforts lead to finding that they are in the Library of Congress. I could not get access to the number that they are cataloged under there.

Maps, Charts, and Nautical
Distinguishing marks: 
Compliments of your Sinclair Dealer
For Sale?: 


Thomas Gordyn's picture

Definately not an antique ...       Was a gas / oil company in the US 1916-1976. Over the years they had many promotional items. This would be considered Sinclair Oil Dealer Epherma / Promo material. This one is a little different as many of the promotions dealt with dinasaurs. Most likely used for children or regular customers or as a store display. I would recommend you frame this to avoid further damage.

Origins United States     Est Circa 1960-1970's 

Est $20 - $40 US depending on market or demand ... nice piece for the man cave ... dino not included : )

Thanks for sharing  ... 

Respectfully ... Thomas J. Gordyn Certified Professional Antique Appraiser - AIOA        Proud Gold Member of The American Numismatic Association. 

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