It Happened By Accident.

In November 1992, a farmer living near the village of Hoxne in Suffolk, England, lost a hammer in one of his fields.

He asked a friend to use his metal detector to help him search for it.

While looking for the hammer, they stumbled across something else that was kinda interesting:

24 bronze coins, 565 gold coins, and 14,191 silver coins…

Plus hundreds of gold and silver spoons, jewelry, statues, and other rare stuff dating back to the Roman Empire.

The so-called “Hoxne Hoard” became the property of Britain.

However, the government was required to pay fair market value for the treasure…


The Farmer And His Friend Split A Cool £1.75 Million Dollars!

The Farmer And His Friend Split A Cool £1.75 Million Dollars!

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