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« on: August 17, 2009, 08:10:55 pm »
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Argee here back to treasure hunting (Underwater Archeological Exploration and Excavation). I've discussed in my post the recent underwater excavation of a probable VOC Ship (Dutch or English East India Company (EIC)  Ship) because of the presence of copper plates bearing the Insignia of EIC.

A Ship's bell was lifted and have the following Inscription " VAN TOMAS ANTONIS  Z  IAAR 1722 DEN 24 April..." I will try to attached even 1 image of the bell. Can anybody share inputs about the Bell. Up to now we have not identified the name of the shipwreck but it is probably the "ANSTHRUTHER".



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