According to media reports, it is believed that this ship is full of treasures. However, this cannot be achieved without a permit.
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The ship that sank in Lake Michigan on December 17, 1854 remained missing for more than 150 years. 17 people had died with this ship. But in the year 2010, this ship was found 180 feet below the water. In fact, 150 years ago, those who found the wreckage of ships in the sea shipwreck Gold worth Rs 1.5 billion is expected from the Gold Treasure Shipwreck. According to media reports, this ship is filled with rare whiskey and gold coins of the 19th century.
According to media reports, it is believed that this ship is full of treasures. However, this cannot be achieved without a permit. At the same time, Ross Richardson, who found the wreckage of the ship, told that there is talk of taking out the treasure from this wreckage, for which the process of auction will be organized.
desperate to dive aboard
Ross said that he is eager to go diving on the ship. He said that there is a historically rich gold and silver treasure on Westmorland. He said that we are in early talks to remove whiskey casks from the ship and possibly other artifacts from under the water. According to the report, Ross said that Westmoreland is no less than a museum. It is full of perfectly preserved remains from the 1850s.
Well preserved even after 150 years
He said that it is necessary to bring it in front of the world. Even under water it is well preserved even after 150 years. He said that the distillery is taking more interest in the liquor present in the ship. She wants to take it out and sell it. It is believed that in the year 1854 the corn must have been of a different variety. Therefore the taste of the wine in the ship can be very different.
250 barrels of whiskey exist
According to media reports, when the ship sank, there were 250 barrels of whiskey in it, which was being sent to the soldiers in the cold. At the same time, the value of the gold present in the ship is being told about 1.5 billion rupees in today’s time. Ross details the search for the wreck in his book The Search for the Westmorland.