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California couple finds $10 million in buried treasure while walking dog

A can containing 19th century gold coins is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout via Reuters

A can containing 19th century gold coins is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout via Reuters

A can containing 19th century gold coins is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout via Reuters
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Cans containing 19th century gold coins is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout via Reuters

Cans containing 19th century gold coins is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout via Reuters

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A can containing 19th century gold coins is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout

A can containing 19th century gold coins is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout

A can containing 19th century gold coins is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout
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A 19th century gold coin is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. A trove of rare Gold Rush-era coins unearthed in California last year by a couple as they walked their dog may be the greatest buried treasure ever found in the United States, worth more than $10 million, a currency firm representing the pair said on February 25, 2014. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout via Reuters

A 19th century gold coin is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. A trove of rare Gold Rush-era coins unearthed in California last year by a couple as they walked their dog may be the greatest buried treasure ever found in the...more

A 19th century gold coin is shown in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. A trove of rare Gold Rush-era coins unearthed in California last year by a couple as they walked their dog may be the greatest buried treasure ever found in the United States, worth more than $10 million, a currency firm representing the pair said on February 25, 2014. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout via Reuters
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A can containing 19th century gold coins is shown in the ground in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout via Reuters

A can containing 19th century gold coins is shown in the ground in this undated handout photo courtesy of Kagin's, Inc. REUTERS/Kagin's, Inc/Handout via Reuters

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