The Saddle Ridge Gold Coin Hoard

In California’s gold country, the legend of buried treasure has become one family’s reality.
While taking their dog on his daily walk across their property, a couple noticed a partially buried can jutting out of the ground.
Using a stick, they were able to dislodge the can and decided to carry it back to their house.
The can was unusually heavy, but nothing could have prepared them for what they would find when they pried the lid open: mixed in with dirt and stones, they could see the edges of numerous U.S. $20 gold pieces—a literal pot of gold!
They returned to the site and immediately located the remains of another can, buried a bit deeper and about a foot to the left of the first can.
Rust had consumed about half of the can’s sides, exposing another cache of gold coins.
Repeated trips to the site (and the help of a metal detector) eventually uncovered a total of eight cans filled with over 1,400 rare U.S. gold coins.
This turned out to be just the beginning of their good luck – somehow, despite being buried for over a hundred years, many of the coins were preserved in pristine condition; some being finer than anything seen to date.

The family who discovered the Saddle Ridge Hoard chose to remain anonymous, but were willing to give a brief interview about their historic discovery- Click Here