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In most cases, these tales, especially those that revolve around buried treasure, are generally accepted in the Western folklore as mere stories and stuff of legends. And because of this, not many people ever take even a second to think that these stories could ever happen in real life. Well, it did happen in real life and this is how it went down.\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cspan data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eOne fateful day (or shall we say a lucky day) in February 2013, a couple in the Gold County deep in California discovered a tin full of gold coins buried on the ground in what could become known as the Saddle Ridge Hoard. 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For example, one of the coins in the couple's possession was the 1866-S Coronet 'No Motto' Double Eagle 20-dollar gold coin. The coin was graded by PCGS and was at Mint State 62. It's estimated that this coin is worth around $1 million. There are also other unique coins such as the Georgian delegate Eagle.\u003c\/span\u003e\u003c\/p\u003e"}

1884-S $20 Liberty PCGS AU58 Saddle Ridge Hoard

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Perhaps through art, movies, and literature, the story of the Gold Rush in the Wild West has captured the imagination of millions of people from around the world. In most cases, these tales, especially those that revolve around buried treasure, are generally accepted in the Western folklore as mere stories and stuff of legends. And because of this, not many people ever take even a second to think that these stories could ever happen in real life. Well, it did happen in real life and this is how it went down.

One fateful day (or shall we say a lucky day) in February 2013, a couple in the Gold County deep in California discovered a tin full of gold coins buried on the ground in what could become known as the Saddle Ridge Hoard. This couple, as they had done almost daily, was walking their dog across their property when they decided to take a closer look at a can sticking out of the ground. 

At first, the couple didn't, even in the wildest dreams, think about this tin having gold coins worth millions of dollars. Using a stick, they dislodged the tin from the ground and carried it back to their house. Although it was weirdly heavy, they never thought that they had a once-in-a-lifetime jackpot until when they popped it open.

Like most of us would do, they immediately returned to the site to look for more and eventually discovered a total of eight cans filled with 1,427 gold coins with some of them very rare. For example, one of the coins in the couple's possession was the 1866-S Coronet 'No Motto' Double Eagle 20-dollar gold coin. The coin was graded by PCGS and was at Mint State 62. It's estimated that this coin is worth around $1 million. There are also other unique coins such as the Georgian delegate Eagle.

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