4 edition of Treasures from the Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) found in the catalog.
Treasures from the Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon)
Jeremy N. Green
Bibliography: p. 29.
|Statement||[by] Jeremy N. Green.|
|Series||Information series - Western Australian Museum ; no. 5|
|LC Classifications||G530.V47 G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 p. :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||76379495|
The Dutch East India Company (VOC) Vergulde Draeck (The Gilt Dragon) is one of Australia's most famous shipwrecks and a crucial event in Australia's early history. Among its treasure were eight chests of the world's most important trade coins, Spanish Silver (Pieces of Eight, Pieces of Four, Pieces of Two), Ivory Elephant Tusks, Bronze Cannon. Coin from the Vergulde 2, × 1,; KB Gilt Dragon 1, × 1,; KB Vondsten op de zeebodem - nog - - 1, × ; KBInstance of: ship (28 April ), shipwreck (28 April ).
There is something interesting at the foot of the dunes just north of Ocean Reef marina. Discovered in by a local farmer, there is a little known rock carving originally thought to be carved by the marooned Dutch sailors from the VOC shipwreck of the "Vergulde Draeck" (Gilt Dragon). The Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) sailed from Texel bound for Batavia (Jakarta), under Pieter Albertsz carrying trade goods and eight chests of silver to .
Exclusive! Triangular bullion coin series 'Australian Shipwrecks' is back with Vergulde Draeck, The Gilt Dragon Returning for is a surprising debut series from the Royal Australian Mint and dealer LPM HK called Australian Shipwrecks. The RAM are not what you. In writing the Vergulde Draeck () [aka Gilt Dragon] story I was keen to demonstrate my ability to critically examine history and make sense of the myths and legends regarding the l to the emerging story was the knowledge the Vergulde Draeck was a treasure ship and the treasure was lost.. Coins from the Vergulde Draeck WA Museum photo.
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The Treasure in the Vergulde Draeck: A Sample of V.O.C. Bullion Exports in the 17th Century The Dutch Treasures from the Vergulde Draeck book Indiaman Vergulde Draeck was wrecked off the coast of Western Aus-tralia on 28th Aprilsix months after she had cleared the Texel.
She was bound for Batavia and had on board eight chests of silver coins, to the value of Hfl. (Dutch. Treasures from the Vergulde Draeck Paperback The Loss of the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie Jacht 'Vergulde Draeck', Western Australia An historical background and excavation report with.
On 26 Februarya shore party from the Waeckende Boey returning from the coast recorded the discovery of wreckage believed to be of the Vergulde Draeck. Most notable was a plank circle, a collection of some 12 to 13 planks placed in a circular fashion, dug into the beach sand. The Vergulde Draeck sailed in October from Holland to the East Indies, bound for Batavia, what is now Jakarta, with a cargo valued at around fl.From the Cape of Good Hope, she had to travel around miles east before turning north to head for the East Indies.
This route, with the sharp left turn near Australia, was known as the Brouwers route. The Vergulde Draeck (Gilt Dragon) sailed from Texel bound for Batavia (Jakarta), under Pieter Albertsz carrying trade goods and eight chests of silver to the value of 78, guilders. On 28 April the Vergulde Draeck was wrecked just south of Ledge Point.
75 of the made it to shore. A small boat was sent with the Understeersman and six others to Batavia (now Jakarta) arriving 40 days later. (Vergulde Draeck) VOC TREASURE SHIP Thousands of Spanish silver coins (Pieces of eight, four & two), Bronze cannon, Ivory Elephant tusks, Earthenware jugs and hundreds of Ballast bricks, were found amongst the conglomerated wreckage of the Gilt Dragon.
Collection Western Australian Maritime Museum, Fremantle, Australia. Object Name Vergulde Draeck Collection. Object Description A collection of objects excavated from the repackage of the Dutch vessel Vergulde Draeck that ran aground of the western Australian Coast in The collection includes beardman jugs, ceramic masks and medallions, clay tobacco pipes, bronze and brass utensils.
On 4 October the VOC (Dutch East Indies Company) ship Vergulde Draeckof the Amsterdam Chamber sailed from Texel in the Netherlands on her second voyage bound for the East Indies (now Indonesia). She was carrying, apart from passengers and crew, cargo, trade goods and silver coins worthguilders.
Boxer, C.R. The Vergulde Draeck, History Today 18(5) Henderson, J. Marooned: The Wreck of the Vergulde Draeck and the Abandonment and Escape from the Southland of Abraham Leeman. Perth: St George Books. Sigmond, J.P. and L.H. Zuiderbaan Dutch Discoveries of Australia: Shipwrecks, treasures and early voyages off the West.
The book written by Alan Robinson, “In Australia, Treasure is not for the Finder”, is an interesting book looking closely at those involved during the discoveries and the trouble they went through to hide the truth.
Three years after Robinson self published his book inhe was arrested for an unrelated offence and incarcerated. Marooned: The Wreck of the Vergulde Draeck and the Abandonment and Escape from the Southland of Abraham Leeman in [Henderson, James A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Marooned: The Wreck of the Vergulde Draeck and the Abandonment and Escape from the Southland of Abraham Leeman in Author: James A. Henderson. The treasure hunt book, The Secret, has clues to 12 hidden gems.
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Delivery is guaranteed - or your money back. Built in by the Amsterdam Chamber of the Dutch East India Company (VOC), the Vergulde Draeck ('Gilt Dragon') was a tonne, metre 'jacht'.
On its second voyage to the VOC's spice-trading. The word ‘treasure’ or allusions to treasure, have historically been used as titles for books associated with Dutch wrecks on the Western Australian coast.
Treasure Lies Buried Here, Treasures from the Vergulde Draeck, Carpet of Silver, Dead Men’s Silver and In Australia treasure is not for the finder, are a few examples.’.
In contrast to the Spanish treasure wrecks, however, the Vergulde Draeck carried only a modest amount of just silver cobs (eight chests total coins), mostly Mexican but also some cobs from Potosí and Spain as well as some Colombian rarities.
Vergulde Draeck. Collection Highlights | Updated 4 years ago. Artefacts recovered from the Vergulde Draak Image copyright of WA Museum On 4 OctoberVergulde Draeck of the Amsterdam Chamber of the Dutch United East India Company (VOC) set sail from Texel, on what was to be its second and final voyage to Batavia (modern Jakarta) in the East Indies.
The jacht Vergulde Draeck. The mysterious disappearance of 68 survivors from the Dutch treasure ship, Vergulde Draeck, wrecked on the Western Australian coast near Ledge Point has intrigued author Bob Sheppard for over a decade.
The Vergulde Draeck struck a reef in and survivors sailed to. Inthe Vergulde Draeck set sail from the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, for the VOC's trading headquarters at Batavia (Jakarta), Indonesia. On the night of the 28 Aprilthe Vergulde Draeck struck a submerged coral reef midway between what are now the coastal towns of Seabird and.
Onboard were crew, eight boxes of silver coins. Stories are the real treasure. Other mysterious stories have come out relating to the Dutch ship and the hidden treasure, including the ring of stones. That story was referred to in a 'magazine for men', The Wide World, in "This ring of stones was this pointer or marker to mark the way to the treasure.
Photos included from the Western Australian Maritime Museum, Shipwreck Galleries Vergulde Draeck display. Dived in February Music by LJ Kruzer, Tam used under cc license. Netherlands gifts treasures to WA. Carmelo Amalfi Vergulde Draeck (), Zuytdorp () and Zeewijk ().
a set of book clasps from Batavia will be reunited to the same book .where the Vergulde Draeck‘s treasure had been buried.
And so he wrote to the Commissioner of Police on 3 November to inform him of the possible location of this ‗Treasure Trove‘. Attached to the letter was a mudmap indicating where Burt had encountered the Ring of Stones (Burt ).Author: Rupert Gerritsen.