SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Deep Blue Marine Inc. (Pink Sheets: DPBE) is preparing to sell off their first round of artifacts recovered from a ship that fought in the War of Independence for America.
The company is preparing to offer close to 200 artifacts for sale to those people interested in obtaining a piece of history. Artifacts will include mounted brass nails, musket balls, uniform buttons, cookware, blank coins and several dress uniform buckles, all from the French ship of the line “Le Scipion.”
Each artifact comes with a certificate of authenticity and is mounted to be displayed on a desk or wall.
Wilf Blum, President and CEO, said, “We are very pleased with how beautifully presented these artifacts are. They are well preserved and will go nicely on any history buff's desk or wall. This is our first offering of artifacts, and we are a little nervous to see how well they will be accepted. We have priced them so that almost all Americans who wish to own one of these artifacts can afford them. We are waiting for several items to be returned from the restoration jeweler tomorrow and then final mounting will be completed.”
The company hopes to have photos and prices ready to post on their website within 10 days.
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