Lost Treasure Magazine

Lost Treasure Magazine A History of Lost Treasure Lee Harris, Publisher
John Housley, Vice President & Advertising Director
Carla Banning, Managing Editor
Lawrence Harris - Ancillary Publishing

Lost Treasure Magazine is a monthly national hobbyist magazine for treasure hunters of all kinds.
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Our Editorial and Advertising offices are located at 25100 N. Hwy. 59 in Grove, Oklahoma. This magazine began as True Treasure, first published as a quarterly magazine in the fall of 1966 by a man named John H. Latham, who preferred to be called "Long John." Latham, a long-time writer of adventure stories, had been published in many of the popular men's magazines of the 1950’s, which included titl

Our Editorial and Advertising offices are located at 25100 N. Hwy. 59 in Grove, Oklahoma. This magazine began as True Treasure, first published as a quarterly magazine in the fall of 1966 by a man named John H. Latham, who preferred to be called "Long John." Latham, a long-time writer of adventure stories, had been published in many of the popular men's magazines of the 1950’s, which included titl

American Numismatic Association
08/27/2018
American Numismatic Association

American Numismatic Association

The 8 Reales auctioned is the finest of three known speciments, which made world history when salvaged in the 1990s from the northern Caribbean shipwreck of the "Golden Fleece." Via CoinWeek

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08/15/2018
Worker Makes Discovers 100-Million-Year-Old World-Changing Relic In Coal Mine

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You never know what’s going to happen at work and a seemingly average day can become extraordinary in the blink of an eye. Indeed, for those whose job it is to delve deep into the earth, looking ...

American Numismatic Association
08/15/2018
American Numismatic Association

American Numismatic Association

The jar, which dates back to the first half of the 15th century, contains well over 100,000 bronze coins and measures nearly 24 inches in diameter. Via My Modern Met

Relic Record
08/15/2018
Relic Record

Relic Record

Here’s a hot tip for you on this #TipTuesday: If you’ve inherited a collection, read this! #Inheritance #StrangeInheritance #RelicRecord

American Numismatic Association
08/15/2018
American Numismatic Association

American Numismatic Association

According to a recent report from a government-sponsored think tank, France should eliminate the 1- and 2-cent coins. Via Coin World

American Numismatic Association
08/11/2018
American Numismatic Association

American Numismatic Association

Mint to Display Three 1933 Double Eagles at ANA World's Fair of Money
Display will Include Previously Unknown Piece

American Numismatic Association
08/11/2018
American Numismatic Association

American Numismatic Association

After handing over his collection in March last year, Lord Stewartby said: “I am pleased the Coin Cabinet of The Hunterian has felt able to accept my Scottish coin collection, built up over 75 years. The new Coin Cabinet is a fitting home for it, where scholars and numismatists from all over the world may study the collection." Via The Scotsman

HistoryNet
08/06/2018
HistoryNet

HistoryNet

A search team led by Microsoft billionaire Paul Allen has discovered the storied wreck of the 610-foot heavy cruiser USS Indianapolis.

08/02/2018

I am proud to say that today is my 12th year as Managing Editor of this amazing magazine! May all you find be treasure!

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25100 Highway 59 N
Grove, OK
74344

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Monday 07:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 07:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 07:00 - 18:00
Thursday 07:00 - 18:00

Telephone

(918) 786-2182

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Lost Treasure Magazine is a monthly national hobbyist magazine for treasure hunters of all kinds. Our Editorial and Advertising offices are located at 25100 N. Hwy. 59 in Grove, Oklahoma.

Our annual Treasure Cache/Treasure Facts 100-page, coffee-table-style magazine includes:
Treasure Cache is published for treasure hunters who enjoy reading stories about treasure caches. Many of the stories contain little known clues or clues that have never been revealed before, until our team of researchers, treasure hunters, and writers discovered them. The only thing missing is you and your ability to solve the mystery of the caches and find your way to treasure and fortune! Even if you are unable to look for the caches yourself, you will enjoy the interesting stories for their historical value alone.
Treasure Facts will guide you to more finds after reading tips, tricks and hints from professional treasure hunters. Learn not only how to get started with a metal detector, but how to tweak it and sharpen your skills. Read tips on how you, too, can have the "Midas Touch!" Learn how to search hunted out sites. Take the advice of an expert on how to make detecting more profitable and enjoyable.

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