There are many Coin Beaches located
along the Delmarva Coastline. You can
find coins about every ¼ mile. Many
people associate shipwrecks with Florida
and the Caribbean. Many people forget
that one of the largest ports of call in the
early America's was Philadelphia. The
only way of reaching this port at a time
when our waterways were our highways,
was through shipping along the Delaware
and Chesapeake Bays. This brought to
the Delmarva Coast one of the highest
concentrations of shipping for hundreds of
years. The most well known is actually
called Coin Beach. This one mile long
stretch of coastline north of Indian River
Inlet has produced thousands of coins
over the years from the wreck of the
Faithful Steward.

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