When a 19 year-old construction worker plucked the first golden coin from the rubble at an Albany construction site, he could not have predicted the excitement it would cause.
But as workers dug coin after coin from the ground, finally counting more than 300, they probably realised they were onto something big.
The coins, found just inches under slabs of tarmac at the site of the old Freemasons Hotel, were solid gold sovereigns, dated between . . .
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