Topic - Guillermo Corral

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    A Spanish treasure goes home

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  • "You can put up several traveling exhibitions of good quality, one of which will very likely come to the United States," he said.

    A Spanish treasure goes home →

  • The coins, mostly minted between the mid-18th century and the early 19th, will be restored, and then most of them will be distributed to museums with maritime and numismatic interests, Mr. Corral said.

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