The Tucker Cross Mystery

March 23, 2012 § 1 Comment

We are enthralled in the story behind the disappearance of one of the most beautiful discoveries. Teddy Tucker found the Emerald and Gold Tucker Cross just north of Bermuda in 1955. It is believed that its history dates back to 1594 from a Spanish shipwreck. But in 1975 when Queen Elizabeth II visited the Maritime Museum to view this treasure, it was discovered that a replica had replaced the authentic Tucker Cross. The whereabouts of this treasure remains a mystery today.

Here are our Spanish shipwreck pieces including shipwrecked coins, emeralds, and gold.

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