A Good Day's Fishing

April 2007
Treasure Hunting;Apr2007, p28
The article presents an excerpt from an article about the discovery of a white marble bust by three fishermen published in "The Press and Journal," by Colin Macleod. The bust believed to be the creation of Italian sculptor Rinaldo Rinaldi was found by Hector Stewart, James Turner and Sean D'Arcy in the Firth of Clyde in Scotland. The bust was reported to the Receiver of Wrecks. The rightful owners of the statue would have the right to claim ownership.


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