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McKee's Museum Diver

McKee's Museum Diver Plantation Key Florida
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Stock #: 141941
Type: Postcard
Era: Real Photo
City: Plantation Key
State: Florida (FL)
County: Monroe
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)

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McKee's Museum of Sunken Treasure treasure Harbor, Plantation Key, Fla. Deep sea diver Arthur McKee holding a 75-lb. bar of coral incrusted silver bullion, one of three he recovered from the rotted hull of an ancient Spanish galleon wrecked on a reef “East of Key Largo”. One bar was purchased by the Smithsonian institute at Washington, D. C., for $1,000. The Remaining bars are on exhibit at McKee's Museum of sunken Treasure, 5 miles south of Tavernier, Fla., at Treasure Harbor, U. S. 1, on Plantation key. Glass-=in-bottom boat trips enable you to actually view deep sea divers at work at the wreck site of an ancient Spanish galleon! Also the beautiful undersea marine gardens.