913 gold coins found in a piano in UK, pronounced a fortune

913 gold coins found in a piano in UK, pronounced a fortune

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913 gold coins found in a piano in UK, pronounced a fortune 10 6 99
LONDON: An aggregate of 913 gold coins going back to the eighteenth century, the biggest accumulate of gold sovereigns in Britain, discovered covered up in an old piano, has been proclaimed fortune by a court.

Shrewsbury Coroner's Court chosen the find qualified as fortune, which implies possession now lies with the Crown. It will be offered available to be purchased to exhibition halls, the BBC announced.

The tuner who found the accumulate and Bishops Castle Community College, which claims the piano, will share a reward.

There are 913 gold sovereigns and half sovereigns dating from 1847 to 1915, from the rules of Queen Victoria, Edward VII and George V.

The gold coins have a face estimation of more than 770 pounds - the likeness about 500,000 pounds.

The gold coins were found under the console of the piano, painstakingly sewed into seven material bound bundles and a solitary cowhide drawstring tote, and add up to more than 6kg of gold bullion.  

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